The European Commission launched an EU-wide contest for a prestigious "Altiero Spinelli Prize for Outreach: Spreading Knowledge about Europe"
The Prize will reward outstanding contributions that communicate the EU -its founding values, history, action and key benefits- to wider society, enhance citizens' understanding of the EU, broaden the ownership of the European project and build trust in the EU.
There will be:
- six first prizes of 50.000 EUR
- six second prizes of 30.000 EUR
- ten third prizes of 17.000 EUR.
Who can apply
The prize is open to individuals or groups of individuals (natural persons). The individual applicant (or the group leader, in case of groups of individuals applying) must have at least a Master's Degree and must, at the time of the application, be affiliated with a legal entity such as, for example, an academic institution, organisation, civil society organisation, company or other type of legal entity established and based in an EU Member State. Eligible participants include scientists, artists, scholars/researchers, writers, journalists and all kinds of other actors who can contribute to articulating what Europe stands for today and tomorrow and why European citizens should "fall in love with Europe" despite its imperfections.
Registration of intention to apply is compulsory by 16 August 2017.
The deadline for applications is 02 October 2017.
Applications will be assessed in October 2017 and the Award Ceremony will be held in early 2018.
European approach to Better Regulation - Jean Monnet Module - A new course on regulation (with the support of the European Union)
What is it?
A multidisciplinary course in English (6 CFU). Students will be involved in interactive lessons, case studies, workshops and laboratories on the following issues: theory of regulation, tools for better regulation, cognitive sciences for effective regulation (behavioral impact of regulation).