• HYBRID WORKSHOP: open to public! European Union Trade and Economic Relations: Transatlantic and Global Challenges (Fri. 15th September, 9.00-4.30).  Join us via Zoom or in person at Dalhousie for this multidisciplinary exploration into key issues concerning EU trade and economic relations in a time of uncertainty and change.  Check out the programme, speaker profiles and poster.  To register or for more information, contact / 902 494 2980.                               
  • France-US Security and Defence Cooperation: Strategic Culture and Cognitive 'Antinomies' (8th Sept.) -- in-person public lecture from David Haglund, Professor, Department of Political Studies, Queen's University.  10.30-12.00, Lord Dalhousie Room, Henry Hicks A&A Building, in partnership with the Jean Monnet Chair in Border Control.  All welcome.  Coffee and muffins available.                                                                                                         
  • Untangling the Climate Change/Migration/Security Nexus (24th-25th Aug.): The JMEUCE ws pleased to partner wtih the Centre for Security and Sustainable Development and the Jean Monnet Chair in Border Control on an international workshop at Dalhousie University exploring the connections between climate change, security, and migration.  Check the CSSD website for the programme as well as abstracts and speaker biographies.  For more information, please contact the JMEUCE Director, Ruben Zaiotti ( who co-organisied the event.                                           
  • Thank you to the students who submited a paper for this year's JMEUCE Essay Award and congratulations to Noah Hollis for his prize-winning essay on No Integration Without Sovereignty: The Potential for a ‘True’ European Health Union
  • EU Study Tour (May) & optional Internship Programme (June-July) organised through UVic with partial funding available from JMEUCE.   Contact to find out more information on this annual event.  
  • 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.
  • 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