Together with Partnerforum, Helene Sjursen organised an event about the EU as a security actor in light of the war in Ukraine.
Empirical scholarship on law and courts is generating datasets and research methods at an unprecedented pace. The purpose of this one-week workshop hosted at the EUI by the IUROPA network - in collaboration with the EUI, ARENA and PluriCourts - is to assist early-career researchers with the uptake of new research tools.
ARENA's Anke Stefanie Schwarzkopf has successfully defended her PhD thesis Values versus interests? The EU’s approach to multilateral negotiations at the United Nations.
ARENA offers MA student grants to students writing their master thesis in spring 2023 on a topic related to ARENA's research areas.
ARENA's Claire Godet has successfully defended her PhD thesis Understanding the Legitimation of Controversial Institutions: Stakeholder Critique and Legitimation of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).
A position for a 4-year research fellowship as PhD candidate is available at ARENA. The research fellow will contribute to ongoing research on judicial politics and the rule of law in Europe.
ARENA offers two full-time, paid PhD positions as part of the ENROL project on enforcing the rule of law.
Differentiation is key to understanding the European Union. This June, ARENA offers PhD students access to state-of-the-art research on all EU relevant aspects of differentiation.
In a new project, researchers will examine what the EU can do to prevent democratic backsliding among its own member states. – We are happy that we can finally launch the project, says ARENA Director Daniel Naurin.