The United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU - CRIS) is a research and training institute of the United Nations University. UNU-CRIS specialises in studying the processes and consequences of regional integration and cooperation.
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UNU-CRIS is offering a new specialisation track on "Regional Integration and Multi-Level Governance" in the one-year Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development organised by the Maastricht School of Governance and UNU-MERIT.
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Fourth Doctoral School on Latin American, European and Comparative Regionalism, Quito, 6-10 July 2015
2015/07/06 The Call for Participants of the Fourth Doctoral School on Latin American, European and...
UNU-CRIS co-organizes the Roundtable on "Regional Health Policy: The Incursion of UNASUR in Health Diplomacy", Quito, 8 July 2015
2015/07/08 UNU-CRIS in collaboration with Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Ecuador (UASB) and the South...
UNU-CRIS is co-organizing Workshop on "Developing a Toolkit of Indicators to Measure Progress in Health Policies: Second Workshop for the UNASUR Region", Ciudad Mitad del Mundo, 9 July 2015
2015/07/09 UNU-CRIS, in collaboration with the South American Institute of Government in Health for UNASUR...
UNU-CRIS Policy Brief No. 8: Key Issues of Female Integration, Urban Relocation and Remaking Home
W-2015/5: Have European Union Mobility Partnerships been Obliterated in Turbulent Mediterranean Waters?
The Synthesis Report on Strengthening Peace and Security Cooperation towards Democracy and Development is now available!
Kate Neyts, Former UNU-CRIS Intern, has collaborated in writing a Joint Policy Report with UNU-GCM on Women and Migration.
Luk Van Langenhove, Director of UNU-CRIS, speaks at the Governance Innovation Week, Pretoria, 4 June 2015
Former UNU-CRIS Visiting Researcher Elisabetta Nadalutti published an article on "Is EU Cross-border Cooperation Ethical? Reading Cross-border Cooperation through the ‘Needs for Roots’ by Simone Weil"
United Nations University Institute - Comparative Regional Integration Studies
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