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April 2019 - Scene@CMM

The April 2019 issue of the quarterly newsletter, Scene@CMM is out. This issue feature the upcoming 2-week Summer Programme organised by the EU Centre and its partner in the Jean Monnet Network on Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism. The 2019 Summer Programme will be taking place Singapore and Maastricht in June under the theme “How ASEAN and the EU confront challenges to security and prosperity”.

Download the full version of the Scene@CMM – April 2019 issue here

 
 
 
 
Summer Programme 2019

The upcoming 2-week Summer Programme organised by the EU Centre and its partner in the Jean Monnet Network on Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism (JMN-CMM – bit.ly/eucentresg-jmncmm) will be taking place Singapore and Maastricht in June 2019 under the theme “How ASEAN and the EU confront challenges to security and prosperity”. The programme will explore how these two regional organisations relate to each other and how ASEAN and the EU confront the challenges to security and prosperity.

We selected a total of 30 participants comprising of 12 Europeans and 18 Southeast Asians. The Summer Programme, commencing in less than two months time, will hopefully be an enriching and rewarding experience for all the participants.

 
 




Upcoming Events


The EU Centre will be organising a series of events in June.


Click here for more upcoming events




Articles

Infospective on the 2019 European Parliament Elections
By Lim Su-Yi
Intern
EU Centre in Singapore
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 Global Compact on Migration: where will       rejecting it bring us?

 By Jasmine Khin
 Researcher
 EU Centre in Singapore
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Past Events

Panel Discussion on “Immigration Anxieties in Europe, Singapore and Australia: Facts and Frictions”
&
Lunch Dialogue on “Nationhood, Migration and Global Politics”

on 19 March 2019

On 19 March 2019, the EU Centre in Singapore and ANU Centre for European Studies co-organised a panel discussion on “Immigration Anxieties in Europe, Singapore and Australia: Facts and Frictions”. This was followed by a lunch dialogue on “Nationhood, Migration and Global Politics”.



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