Workshops


First Workshop – Vilnius 1 June 2018

The first workshop of the project was hosted by the University of Vilnius under the heading Small states and the Changing Security Environment in Europe on 1 June 2018. The workshop was organized as an open event giving the civil society and policy makers, as well as the academic community, direct access to the network and the research conducted by the partners. The University of Vilnius was the main coordinator of the first workshop which was co-hosted by the Centre for Small State Studies at the University of Iceland. The location of the workshop correlates to the expertise of the host partner.

In conjunction with the workshop in Vilnius the network hosted a closed roundtable for young researchers. At this roundtable young researchers were given the chance to present their research to the academics present. Thus receiving feedback on their research from leading scholars in the field of small state studies. The young researchers attending were: George Kelesis, Aegean University, Rhodes; and Steven Murphy, University of Iceland.

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Second Workshop – Malta 27 September 2018

The second workshop of the project was hosted by the University of Malta under the heading Small States and the Political Upheavals Related to Immigration on 27 September 2018. The workshop was organized as an open event giving the civil society and policy makers, as well as the academic community, direct access to the network and the research conducted by the partners. The University of Malta was the coordinator of this workshop. The location of the workshop correlates to the expertise of the host partner.

In conjunction with the workshop in Malta the network hosted a closed roundtable for young researchers. At this roundtable young researchers were given the chance to present their research to the academics present. Thus receiving feedback on their research from leading scholars in the field of small state studies. The young researchers attending were: Danila Rijavec, University of Ljubljana; and Triantafyllos Karatrantos, Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Greece.

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Third Workshop – Lund 6 December 2018

The third workshop of the project was hosted by Lund University in Sweden under the heading Small States and Open Borders on 6 December 2018. The workshop was organized as an open event giving the civil society and policy makers, as well as the academic community, direct access to the network and the research conducted by the partners. Lund University was the coordinator of this workshop. The location of the workshop correlates to the expertise of the host partner.

In conjunction with the workshop in Lund the network hosted a closed roundtable for young researchers. At this roundtable young researchers were given the chance to present their research to the academics present. Thus receiving feedback on their research from leading scholars in the field of small state studies. The young researchers attending were: Jana Wrange, Lund University; Mariliis Trei, Tallinn University of Technology; and Ida Alic, University of Zagreb.

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Fourth Workshop – Ljubljana 4 April 2019

The fourth workshop of the project was hosted by the University of Ljubljana under the heading Small states and Good Governance on 4 April 2019. The workshop was organized as an open event giving the civil society and policy makers, as well as the academic community, direct access to the network and the research conducted by the partners. The University of Ljubljana was the main coordinator of the first workshop which was co-hosted by the Centre for Small State Studies at the University of Iceland and Tallinn University of Technology. The location of the workshop correlates to the expertise of the host partner.

In conjunction with the workshop in Ljubljana the network hosted a closed roundtable for young researchers. At this roundtable young researchers were given the chance to present their research to the academics present. Thus receiving feedback on their research from leading scholars in the field of small state studies. The young researchers attending were: Jaanus Müür, Tallinn University of Technology; and Goran Dzidic, University of Zagreb.

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