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Call for Papers: 6th Annual Conference "B/ORDERING CULTURES" 08. - 10. Oktober 2020

We are happy to forward you the Call for Papers of our panel “In/visible margins? Everyday culture as aesthetic, political and socio-cultural markers of historical bordering” which takes place in the framework of the 6th Annual Conference of the Kulturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V. entitled “B/ORDERING CULTURES: Everyday Life, Politics, Aesthetics” (8-10 October 2020) at the European [...]

Cross-Border Cooperation Project Poctefa – CATCAR: An Innovative Tool At The Service Of The Intangible Heritage

 
The Institute of Catalonian Studies is happy to announce the acceptation of the cross border project CATCAR: An Innovative Tool At The Service Of The Intangible Heritage.
CATCAR is financed by the Interreg V-A – Spain-France-Andorra programm, also called POCTEFA
Fot the first time, the Institute of Catalonian Studies is project leader for a European cross [...]

ITEM Annual Conference 2019

“Building cross-border cooperation”

Thursday 21 and Friday 22 November 2019 | Enschede
Anniversary edition – 5 years ITEM
The two-day ITEM annual conference 2019 is organised in cooperation with the province of Overijssel and has the theme ‘Building on cross-border cooperation’ with a special focus on ‘cross-border care and safety’ on Thursday 21 November.
This anniversary edition takes place at [...]

Old and new minorities – the relevance of identities for border regions in today’s European Union

 
1 conference in 2 countries with over 200 participants and, at the heart of the discussions, the rights and integration of new and old minorities in border regions in today’s EU.
The second TEIN4citizens conference organised on the 3rd of October 2019 by the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (Austria) and the Faculty of Public Administration, [...]

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TEIN Workshop at EWRC 2019
Cross-Border Territories: Crucial places for engaging citizens for the future of Europe
 

 
In order to reduce the growing gap between EU citizens and institutions, trust has to be rebuilt, dialogue has to be strengthened and citizens have to be engaged. Especially in cross-border (CB) territories, which are directly affected by EU integration, [...]

TEIN Annual Conference 2019: Assessing Impact Across Borders

The first TEIN annual conference took place 10.10.2019 in Brussels at the Maastricht University Campus during the European Week of Region and Cities on “Assessing impact across borders”.
 
>> Please click here to discover the content of the conference <<
 
 

A new Charter for TEIN !

The Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network was created in 2010. During the first Leonardo da Vinci project, the Network worked on a Charter, which gave a good working basis to the members. Nevertheless almost ten years later, the TEIN is more experimented, gathers now fourteen members and two associated partners from nine border regions in Europe and [...]

The first survey of the TEIN4Citizens project is open until October 31!

The first survey of the TEIN4Citizens project is open until October 31!
Don’t miss the last chance to voice your opinion regarding Human Rights & the EU!

Citizens in border regions often experience very concretely in their everyday lives what Europe and the increasing integration of the European Union mean. The resulting opportunities but also challenges [...]

TEIN4Citizens Forum

The preliminary program of the TEIN4Citizens Forum “Old and New Minorities –The Relevance of Identities for Border Regions InToday’s EuropeanUnion” is now available!
The forum will be held in English and German.
Programme

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TEIN Workshop at the EWRC in Brussels (08.10.2019): discover the programme!

On 8 October, the TEIN network workshop “Cross-Border Territories: Crucial places for engaging citizens for the future of Europe” will take place as part of the European Week of Region and Cities.
16.30—19.00
Square Brussel Convention Center
Description of the TEIN workshop
Online registration

TEIN annual conference in Brussels: programme available!

The programme of the TEIN annual conference, on the theme “Assessing impact across borders” is now available!
The conference will take place on 10 October 2019 from 9:30 to 11:30 in Brussels (Maastricht University Campus Brussel – Avenue de Tervueren 153 1150 Brussels, Belgium).
The conference will be held in English.
Programme

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The future of Europe - Have your say!

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Citizens in border regions often experience very concretely in their everyday lives what Europe and the increasing integration of the European Union mean. The resulting opportunities but also challenges are particularly perceived here. The aim of the TEIN4citizens project is therefore to collect the ideas and opinions of citizens from border regions for the future [...]

24h Cross border Challenge!

24hCrossBorderChallenge

Key Competencies for Working Across Cultures
The key goal of the project was to showcase how to develop and strengthen intercultural cross-border competencies necessary for living and working in the territory of the tri-border region: Southern Austria, Northern Italy, Southern Slovenia. The project was designed in the format of one day (24 hr) field study tour [...]

Europe, States, Territory: A constructive dialogue!

Europe, Etat, Territoires

On 14 May 2019, the Euro-Institute organised an event at the European Parliament to enable cross-border actors to meet their interlocutors at national and European level in order to improve the dialogue in both directions: to find out how to obtain information and to report questions or problems.
After a presentation by Josha Frey, President of [...]

What does it mean to be an EU citizen? Results and audio records of the event available!

2019-03-11-CCBS

Human Rights, Civic Rights, Entitlements and Obligations
Monday 11th March 2019
9.30am – 4.30pm – Belfast
Since the publication of the EU Commission’s ‘White paper’ in March 2017, reflections on the future of Europe have taken a growing place on the European and national political agendas. Euroscepticism and rising populism reveal the urgent need to engage civil society [...]


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