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Cartoon Cube in Maastricht

February 10 - 13

Conference on the Future of Europe, citizen's panels

February 11 - 14

Creathon

May 11 - 13

Tête-à-Tête

May 21 - 22

Launch Oral History Project

September 26
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A virtual road trip | Crossing Borders in Times of Covid-19

Join us on a virtual road trip through Europe and share your lockdown-story This trip will take us through the false dawn of summer 2020, placing people’s stories in context with the challenges we face today. This event is an opportunity to explore the diverse human stories of lockdown, and share our own experiences, as

“The Green Deal: what are its implications for animals and nature?”

What are the implications of The European Green Deal for animals and nature?   Together with our partners in the RELAY Project we invite you to take part in the first thematic workshop on how The Green Deal is tackling this issue and giving a ‘voice’ to the voiceless. Register now to discuss this topic with

Panel Discussion: “European Heritage and Identity: Stories from Border Regions”

When six European nations embarked on the integration process in the wake of World War II, there was no blueprint. Of course, the founders had a vision and shared ideals, but European integration has left some citizens afraid of losing their identity and cultural heritage and an influx of immigrants has fuelled these fears. Building

Workplace Europe: Digital Innovation in the Euregion

On Monday, 19 April from 9.00 to 12.00, together with the European Youth Parliament, Studio Europa Maastricht is organising an online workshop about digital innovation issues in the Euregion. During this special event, regional businesses can meet with 200 ambitious young people between the ages of 18 and 24 from all over Europe. Together they

A Transatlantic Roundtable on Human Mobility

Agora Europe and Studio Europa Maastricht will organize on Wednesday May 19th at 11h00 AM EST / 05h00 PM CEST, a transatlantic roundtable on human mobility. The live webinar will tackle different topics, in relation to migration; the concept of  borders, sea rescue and saving lives, discrimination, xenophobia and counternarratives, with a particular focus on

Workplace Europe: Mind the Gap!

How can regions and their institutions claim a seat at the table of the Conference on the Future of Europe? Thursday 1 July (9:00 – 13:30) On 9 May 2021, Europe Day, EU leaders launched the long-awaited Conference on the Future of Europe. While some fear that the conference might turn into another unproductive EU talking shop, others believe that

European Cartoon Cube

European Cartoon Cube Cartoons are a fundamental part of the public debate. In the universal language of their image they transcend borders and put their finger on the sore spot. In spectacular fashion, Studio Europa Maastricht, in collaboration with the European Press Prize, will be showcasing the nominees for the 2021 European Cartoon Award to the

European Cartoon Cube

European Cartoon Cube Cartoons zijn een onmisbaar onderdeel van het publieke debat. In de universele taal van het beeld overstijgen ze grenzen en leggen de vinger op de zere plek. Op spectaculaire wijze toont Studio Europa Maastricht, in samenwerking met de European Press Prize, de genomineerden voor de European Cartoon Award 2021 voor de eerste

The history of feminism in comics

The history of feminism in comics Vasiliki Belia, PhD researcher at Maastricht University What is feminism? A genre of comics books remembers what feminism was in the past in order to propose a feminism to aspire to in the present and future. These books bring the history of feminism to a large readership, but what

Working on Europe YUFE Academy, Session 1

Session 1: The Great Lockdown and the Sustainability of the European Socioeconomic Project Lecturer: Dr Ivan Rubinić | Postdoctoral researcher at Studio Europa Maastricht Time and date: Monday 20 September (16.00-18.00) Registration: https://www.aanmelder.nl/126032/subscribe Session details This lecture's principal purpose is charting the route towards a sustainable European integration through the lessons drawn from the nexus

Working on Europe: YUFE Academy, Session 2

Session 2: Citizen Participation in Co-constructing Narratives on European Heritage Lecturer: Dr. Nicole Basaraba | Postdoctoral researcher at Studio Europa Maastricht Time and date: Tuesday 21 September (16.00-18.00) Registration: https://www.aanmelder.nl/126033/subscribe Session details This lecture will introduce the advantages and challenges of citizen participation in the co-construction of European heritage. The concept of “public history” will

Working on Europe: YUFE Academy, Session 3

Session 3: Executive Federalism and Politicisation in the European Union Before and During Covid-19 Lecturer: Dr. Alvaro Oleart | Postdoctoral researcher at Studio Europa Maastricht and Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Maastricht University Time and date: Wednesday 22 September (16.00-18.00) Registration: https://www.aanmelder.nl/126034/subscribe Session details This lecture departs from the

Working on Europe: YUFE Academy, Session 4

Session 4: Introduction to Immigration, Intra-EU Mobility, and the Welfare State Lecturer: Clare Fenwick | Postdoctoral researcher at Studio Europa Maastricht Time and date: Thursday 23 September (16.00-18.00) Registration: https://www.aanmelder.nl/126035/subscribe Session details Freedom of movement, the right to live and work in any member state of the European Union (EU) for citizens, is a fundamental

MEET-UP: local and migrant women on the challenges of integrating in Limburg

MEET-UP: local and migrant women on the challenges of integrating in Limburg 24 September 2021, 15:00 – 17:00 Location: The InnBetween, Capucijnenstraat 122 (6211 RT, Maastricht) Migration comes in many different forms and is the personal story of millions of humans looking for a better home. However, numbers and statistics continue to have a strong

Working on Europe: YUFE Academy, Session 5

Session 5: Wicked problems, origins, and governance approaches needed to move towards a sustainable society Lecturer: Dr. Robin van Kessel | Assistant Professor at the Department of International Health at Maastricht University Time and date: Friday 24 September (16.00-18.00) Registration: https://www.aanmelder.nl/126036/subscribe Session details This lecture’s core topic revolves around the co-existence of many ‘wicked’ problems

Research with Impact: Effectively Influencing Policy-making Processes

Research with Impact: Effectively Influencing Policy-making Processes 6 October 14:00 – 15:30 Online - Zoom Registration link: https://maastrichtuniversity.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h3bEZ0-fRiOSq_tghWaTSA Understand policy making audience(s) Learn how to make your research relevant to policy makers Hear examples of how academics have influenced policy-making Why attend this event? Researchers often provide a variety of solid evidence-based outcomes that can support

How to engage with Europe digitally: Lessons learnt and opportunities to seize

Online

After more than a year of pandemic-related restrictions and experimenting with online and hybrid event formats, many organisations have developed new skills in bringing people together successfully in innovative ways. In this workshop, Studio Europa Maastricht invites regional, municipal and civil society representatives to share what they have learnt from their experiences during the past

Kick-off G30

The Student Hotel Maastricht Sphinxcour 9A, Maastricht, Limburg

The G30 is a group of 30 Maastricht University students who will be closely involved in the activities of Studio Europa during the activities of the 30 years anniversary season of the Maastricht Treaty . They will meet with politicians, policymakers, and thought leaders who will provide them with an abundance of knowledge and insights

Kick-off anniversary season 30 years Maastricht Treaty with opening exhibition

Gouvernement aan de Maas Limburglaan 10, Maastricht, Limburg

The kick-off of the 30 years anniversary season of the Maastricht Treaty at the Gouvernement at the Maas. This kick-off includes the opening of the exposition on the Maastricht Treaty, developed by Studio Europa and its partners as well as the programme in support of the European Heritage label. In addition, the broader programme of

Addressing the climate crisis: making a just transition happen on the local level

This summer, the consequences of the Climate Crisis became a painful reality for our region as we battled intense flooding in Limburg, Germany and Belgium. The flooding was later found to be the result of climate change. One positive consequence emerging from this otherwise terrible circumstance, however, was that it mobilised a dialogue around confronting