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 and the Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section (CISS) of the International Studies Association (ISA) co-organise a Conference in Bruges, 19-21 June 2013
2013/06/19 This joint conferene will deal with "Co-operation, Integration and Alliances: Regional and...
Call for Applications: Second Doctoral School on Latin American, European and Comparative Regionalism, Quito, 8-12 July 2013
2013/07/08 The Doctoral School is jointly organised by UNU-CRIS and the Universidad Andina, in collaboration...
Call for Papers and Panels - 2013 LABEL Workshop on Human and Environmental Security in Cross-Border Regions, Luxemburg, 10-11 October 2013
2013/10/10 The University of Luxembourg’s Consortium for Comparative Research on Regional Integration and...
Luk Van Langenhove, Director UNU-CRIS, participates in Roundtable on the Local in the Gobal, University of Pretoria, 21 May 2013
W-2013/9: I Just Read 296 Trade Agreements
Book chapter: Cumplimiento de Tratados de Libre Comercio: Carácter vinculante de sus reglas y justiciabilidad de derechos constitucionales
Associate Director Philippe De Lombaerde has been appointed as Visiting Scholar at Aoyama Gakuin University
Article: The Proposed International Criminal Jurisdiction for the African Court: Some Problematic Aspects
Launch Björn Hettne Meeting Room at UNU-CRIS
United Nations University Institute - Comparative Regional Integration Studies
Potterierei 72, 8000 Brugge, BE-Belgium
Tel.: +32 50 47 11 00 / Fax.: +32 50 47 13 09