This project has been conducted by the Euroarab Fountation under the sponsorship of Granada City Council
XXVIII Conference of the Spanish Association of Professors of International Law and International Relations
The Euro-Arab Foundation will participate in the Conference of the Spanish Association of Professors of International Law and International Relations which will take place from 18 to 20 September in the city of Granada. These conference, whih celebrates its 28th edition this 2019, will address the topic "New world, new Europe. The redefinition of the European Union in the Brexit era".
In September, the city of Vienna will host the launch of 'PERCEPTIONS', a new research project funded by the European Horizon 2020 programme. This project, which the Euro-Arab Foundation is working on, aims to identify and understand the false narratives about the EU circulating in the Western Mediterranean, assess possible problems related to border and external security and outline reactions and measures against these narratives.
PERCEPTIONS / Impact of Novel Technologies and Social Media on Perceptions of Europe in Countries abroad
The Euro-Arab Foundation is part of the European research Project PERCEPTIONS' consortium (Understand the Impact of Novel Technologies and Social Media on Perceptions of Europe in Countries abroad)
The Euro-Arab Foundation and the Agrupación de los Cuerpos de la Administración de Instituciones Penitenciarias (ACAIP) are organising a new training programme on violent radicalisation this coming 27 March. This training, which takes places within the framework of the European research project TRAINING AID, is open to professionals from different disciplines who work with groups vulnerable to radicalisation as well as to the university community.
The Euro-Arab Foundation is a member of the SAT-LAW consortium, the European project dealing with the application of Directive 2104/41/EU in relation to the European Criminal Investigation Order.
The Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies is part of the consortium the European project ARMOUR (A Radical Model of Resilience for Young Minds).
The aim of this European Commission project is to investigate how experiences with historical peace treaties in Europe and around the world foster tolerance and understanding of religious diversity, especially among adolescents.
The symposium has been developed in the Sheffield Institute of Education on november 13th. Its aim is to explore a diverse set of themes connected to the overall objetives of the MIICT project. This is reflected by our speakers who cover issues related to migrant integration from a number of disciplinary perspectives.
The Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies is part of the consortium of the European Project TRACE (Traditional Children's Stories for a Common Future).