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Workshop: New Opportunities for the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership
November 8, 2019 at 10:30 AM to 7:00 PM
|Location:||Technical University, Darmstadt, Germany|
The Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations is excited to be hosting to a one-day policy workshop*, New Opportunities for the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership, at the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany, our Jean Monnet Network partner. Bringing together Canadian and European researchers, this research workshop will focus on EU-Canada cooperation on multiple foreign policy fronts under the framework of the EU-Canada Strategic Partnership, including defence, the Arctic, and other common challenges.
Please note that this workshop is invitation only; a draft agenda can be found below.
*Please note the event location is TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany.
Draft Agenda (as of October 11, 2019)
10:40-11:20 EU-Canada Strategic Partnership: Ups and Downs
11:20-12:00 Alliance for Multilateralism: EU-Canada Strategic Partnership in Multilateral Settings
12:00-12:20 Coffee Break
12:20-12:40 Perceptions, Expectations, Motivations: Evolution of Canadian views on the EU
Professor Natalia Chaban
12:40-13:20 Sharp Power EU-Canada: Mutual Learning in Fighting for Common Norms and Values
14:00-14:40 EU-Canada Strategic Partnership: Insights from the EU-Canada Delegation
14:40-15:20 New Opportunities in Common Security and Defence Policy: Joining PESCO
15:20-16:00 Canada and Europe: Burden-sharing in the NATO alliance
16:00-16:20 Coffee Break
16:20- 17:00 (speaker/topic to be confirmed)
17:00-17:40 EU-Canada Strategic Partnership: Gateway to the Arctic Region?
Professor Robert Huebert, University of Calgary (presentation via Skype)
18:00-18:40 The EU-Canada Policy Dialogues – A Practitioners’ Insight
Antoine Rayroux, CESO Development Consultants, European Commission (presentation by recording)
This event was organised by Professor Michèle Knodt of Technical University Darmstadt, and by Professor Natalia Chaban of the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.