• APPLY NOW!! 2023 Summer Institute on Migration and Identity in Europe and Canada (26th June - 7th July) at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 and Dalhousie University: an intensive, international, for-credit course bringing together students and researchers from both sides of the Atlantic to explore key issues and experiences relating to migration and identity in Europe and Canada.  Using a comparative, multidisciplinary and experiential approach and making the most of the museum's unique setting and  collection, the institute will combine seminar-style lectures, discussions, case studies, activities and field trips in and beyond Halifax. Check the flyer and website for more details or contact
  • The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: One Year On.  Public forum featuring Raluca Bejan, School of Social Work, Dalhousie University, Anders Hayden, Dept Political Science, Dalhousie University, Lyubov Zhyznomirska, Dept of Political Science, Saint Mary’s University and Brian Bow (Moderator), CSSD & Dept of Political Science, Dalhousie University.  15th Feb. 11.30-1.00, McMechan Auditorium, Killam Library.
  • EU Study Tour (May) & optional Internship Programme (June-July) organised through UVic with partial funding available from JMEUCE.   Contact to find out more information.  
  • Interested in student funding for research in Europe on an EU-relevant topic? Mitacs GRA scholarships of up to $6,000 available for Dal students.  For information, e-mail
  • Special APPSA Panel - THE UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR OF 2022: UKRAINIAN AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSES TO THE RUSSIAN INVASION.  Part of the 2022 Atlantic Provinces Political Science Association Conference, hosted by Department of Political Science, Saint Mary's University.  Special Panel open to public, in conjunction with JMEUCE.  1st Oct. 3.45-5.15, Room 282 Loyola Building, Saint Mary's University.  
  • IRELAND IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: A TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCEpublic lecture with guest speaker Declan J. Walsh, Vice Dean for Internationalisation, School of Law, University College Cork, Ireland.  Tues. 20th Sept., 10.05-11.30, Room 217, Henry Hicks A&A Building.  
  • Free public film screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary TRACE, 5th May, Atrium Building, Saint Mary's University.   
  • International Workshop on Asylum Regimes, Bordering Practices and Asylum Seekers' Experiences: Gendering Violence and Precarity in Forced Migration.  In-person collaboration between WASEM Project and JMEUCE from 5th-6th May.  Includes free PUBLIC film screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary TRACE -- see above.