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For a complete list of project events, go to the PLATO website
PLATO will organise an Award Ceremony for the 15 Early Stage Researchers who have successfully completed its 3-year intensive research and training programme.
Join us online for a discussion among academics and practitioners on findings from the PLATO project and their implications.
This workshop prepares young researchers to become competitive candidates for prestigious individual national and European research grants.
At this two-day training participants will learn the structure, elements and purpose of a policy paper and how to get their message through in the media.
This webinar will introduce participants to the purpose, planning and design of infographics.
This webinar will help participants take control of their digital identity and select digital platforms and social networking sites to become engaging researchers and advance their career.
Prof. Michael Zürn will hold a keynote speech on the legitimacy crisis of global governance as part of the PLATO PhD school at the University of Twente.
PLATO's fourth and final PhD school is organised at the University of Twente in the week 14-18 October 2019. The main focus will be on preliminary findings from the 15 PhD projects.
PLATO coordinator Chris Lord is chairing a panel with papers by five PLATO PhD researchers as part of the ECPR General Conference in Wroclaw.
The purpose of the additional Antwerp workshop is to start the work on an edited book proposal toward a theory of (de)legitimation in the European Union with contributions by PLATO's PhD researchers.
László Andor, former Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion under Barroso II will discuss his paper 'The unifying role of the single currency' at a lunch seminar as part of the PLATO PhD school in Cambridge.
PLATO's third PhD school in Cambridge will focus on research methods, but will also include a lunch seminar with László Andor, a supervision workshop, professional development planning for PhDs, and an Effective Researcher workshop.
PLATO's second PhD school will be staged in Vienna on 12-16 March 2018. Three days will be dedicated to research design, and two days to academic writing.
The first PhD school within the ARENA-coordinated PhD network PLATO is organised in Berlin. The event includes a three-day PhD course in legitimacy theory while two days are dedicated to Vitae's Effective Researcher programme.
The ARENA-coordinated H2020-funded PLATO project's kick-off conference will take place in Oslo on 16-20 October 2017. It will bring together all partners for academic discussions and social networking.