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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UNU-CRIS participates in PRARI Second Stakeholder Meeting for the SADC Region, Johannesburg, South Africa, 14 September 2015
2015/09/14 UNU-CRIS will participate in the second PRARI stakeholder meeting for the SADC Region,...
Associate Director Philippe De Lombaerde and Associate Research Fellow Fredrik Söderbaum (with Jens-Uwe Wunderlich) contribute a chapter "on Interregionalism" to Sage Handbook
Article: The European Union and Transnational Health Policy Networks: A Case Study of Interaction with the Global Fund
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
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