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[02/11/2018] How to build projects, events & communities working on EU affairs: The Europuls experience

posted 30 Oct 2018, 02:10 by FSP UB   [ updated 30 Oct 2018, 02:31 ]


The professional MA program in International Public Affairs
of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest
invites the interested public

Friday, 2nd of November 2018, 16:30
Room Corneliu Coposu (8, Spiru Haret st., 1st floor)

to a special professional seminar on

HOW TO BUILD PROJECTS, EVENTS & COMMUNITIES
WORKING ON EU AFFAIRS
THE EUROPULS EXPERIENCE
by
Tana FOARFĂ
Europuls

Tana FOARFĂ is Director of the Europuls organisation, a leading think-tank on EU affairs in Brussels and Romania. She holds a BA in Political Science from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and an MA degree in European Studies from KU Leuven, where she specialized in EU External Relations. During her undegraduate studies she was first member and then the head of the ULB Delegation to the International Model NATO, Washington D.C., where she received an Outstanding Award for her activity in the North Atlantic Council. During her graduate studies she researched the implementation of the EULEX mission in Kosovo and the EU-Tunisia relations, formulating policy recommendations for the upcoming EU Global Strategy for Foreign and Security Policy launched shortly after she completed her work on the topic. Her main areas of expertise are electoral mechanisms, election processes, and EU foreign and security policy. She is also known for providing training and organizing professional workshops on EU decision-making institutions. Since 2017 she works at the Learning and Development Unit of the Directorate-General of Human Resources and Security, within the European Commission.

The event is organized with the support of support of Europuls and the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest (FSPUB) as part of the professional seminars within the faculty’s MA program in International Public Affairs (MIPA).

The event takes place in English and it is open exclusively to students of the MIPA program. FSPUB students specializing in EU affairs outside the MIPA program may also attend.