Several EU-NormCon and Observatori researchers participated in the 2nd NORTIA (Network on Research and Teaching in EU Foreign Affairs) Network Conference organized between the 5thand 7thof June in Poznan (Poland).
The conference was organized by the Adam Mickiewicz University and hosted by its NORTIA Network representative, Adam Jaskulski. As in previous editions, the Conference counted with a Teaching Workshop on ‘Bridging the practice-learning nexus in EU foreign affairs’ organized by Karolina Pomorska (Leiden University) as well as a Research Workshop on ‘EU foreign policy in a contested international environment’ organized by Helena Sjursen (ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Olso).
Robert Kissack (IBEI) and Anna Herranz-Surrallés (Maastricht University) presenter their ‘Accommodation or entrenchment? Exploring EU policy responses in contested international regimes’ in co-authorship with Oriol Costa (UAB-IBEI) and Ben Kienzle (King’s College London); Diego Badell (UAB-IBEI) exposed his las piece of research ‘Contesting the uncontested: the European Union losing sight on sexual and reproductive health and rights’, and Robert Kissack (IBEI) presenter ‘Contesting Control of the Use of the Death Penalty: An Organising Principle of which Fundamental Norm?’. As the NORTIA Network also aims to provide opportunities for young researchers to present their work, Carlos D. Bravo (UPF-IBEI) was invited to expose his work on the ‘Trans-European Crisis Management under the Volcano: The Case of the Icelandic Ash Cloud’.
NORTIA aims to develop, deepen and strengthen a global community of senior and junior scholars in EU foreign policy. The project is led by Maastricht University, and encompasses the European institutions in the network.
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