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The Institute for European Studies of the University of Malta in collaboration with the Institute of International Affairs and Centre for Small Studies at the University of Iceland collaborated in the project Small States in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities funded by the Erasmus+ programme via the National Agency in Iceland under the project no.: 2014-1-IS01-KA203-000177.  The other collaborating entities were the University of Copenhagen, Vilnius University, Talinn University of Technology and the University of St Andrew's. The rationale of the project was to establish a dynamic higher education consortium with the objective of developing the field of small state studies in Europe.

The Centre for Small State Studies – Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence offers online course, events and intensive study programmes to help promote and enhance knowledge on small state studies to a wider context . More information of the services offered by the Centre can be accessed by clicking here.

The experience gained in this collaborative project and the links made with scholars specializing on small state issues continued to enrich the research and teaching on small states at the Institute and provide several potential avenues for future collaboration. Indeed, this participation can have a multiplier effect once the experience is used in a proactive manner in the years to come. For the students it was also a huge experience. Nine University of Malta students participated in the seminars held overseas and many more participated in the conference held in Malta.




Synopsis - Public Lecture by Prof. Michelle Pace

Can the European Union Feel? When Political Psychology Encounters Foreign Policy – public lecture by Professor Michelle Pace at the European Documentation Centre (hosted by the Institute for European Studies, University of Malta)

Joint Policy Study on migration
EuroMeSCo Joint Policy Study 4: Migrants and Refugees. Impact and Policies.  Case Studies of Jorda, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece

Article by Prof. Roderick Pace
EuroMeSCo Policy Brief 65: The Trust Fund for Africa: A Preliminary Assessment

Jean Monnet Occasional Paper Series no. 14
Governance in the EU Member States – Evidence from Three Global Indicators by Professor Lino Briguglio

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Last Updated: 25 August 2017

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