ENACTED project associates research, teaching, debate and dissemination activities in the area of European StudiesENACTED network:12 partners (8 universities and 4 NGOs) from 6 countries: Romania, Hungary, Poland, Belarus, R. Moldova, Ukraine.
P1ROUAICAlexandru Ioan Cuza University of IașiP2ROAIESAssociation of Institute for Euroregional Studies - University of OradeaP3ROUSVUniversity Ştefan cel Mare SuceavaP4MDASEMAcademy of Economic Studies of MoldovaP5MDASERAssociation for Ethnic and Regional StudiesP6MDUSMMoldova State University, European Studies CenterP7UAPICPromotion of Intercultural Cooperation, Odessa, UkraineP8UAQUAQuadrivium, UkraineP9UACHNUYuriy Fedcovych Chernivtsi National University, UkraineP10BEBSUState Institute of Management and Social Technologies of Belarusian State UniversityP11POWSEWarsaw School of Economics, PolandP12HUUDHUniversity of Debrecen, HungaryENACTED will address the need to enhance the EU actorness in the eastern borderlands by consolidating knowledge in this field from a triple set of activities •research •teaching •debate-oriented eventsENACTED will also touch upon complementary topics•cross-border cooperation and its role in enhancing partnership in the borderlands and in the diminution of the border effects at the eastern frontier of the EU •the European dimension of academia in the eastern borderlands by identifying specific needs in education, vocational training and information on EU matters in the eastern neighbouring countries. ENACTED aims at producing relevant research results for enhancing the knowledge about the role of the EU in region which, subsequently, will lay the basis for policy-recommenda-tion for strengthening the EU’s presence in the eastern borderlands. ENACTED will provide new tools for enhancing knowledge in the field of European Studies and offer novel methods and approaches to better understand and assess the EU’s implica-tion in the region.ENACTED seeks to •obtain new research results and novel methodological instruments regarding the EU’s actorness in the region which could be employed in future studies and research and included in teaching activities; •develop didactic and research competences and create new opportunities in terms of professional development and international cooperation for the academic staff•promote new research directions and new educational programmes•Promote e-learning teaching methods.
•T1 European Sociological Studies and Research Methods•T2 The European Neighbourhood Policy and Cross-Border Cooperation•T3 Course on European Cross-Border Project Management•T4 The Eastern Partnership between Blockage and Revitalization
•R1 Assessing the impact and limits of the EU•R2 Tertiary education in European Studies
•D1 ENACTED Newsletters•D2 Teaching materials and e-learning tools•D3 Open access database•D4 Policy papers on “The EU’s effectiveness in the eastern borderland regions and beyond•D5 Book: The assessment of the EU’s actorness in the borderland regions•D6 Doctoral thesis on European Studies, Eastern Neighbourhood Policy, Regional Development, European Actorness•D8 Pilot Centre for European Studies
•E1 ENACTED management workshops•E2 International conference EURINT 2020•E3 International Forums “University in society”•E4 Joint Roundtables•E5 Study visits for young academics in European Studies•E6 Essay Contest “Looking to the future - Common values, common dreams”•E7 “EU Neighbours’ day – together for a common future”
Next event in Iasi
International Forum “University in society: Cross-border cooperation and regional develop-ment” 18-19 May 2018•Public debate “Cross-border cooperation at EU’s eastern borderlands: an engine for regional development. Challenges for the European Cohesion Policy”; Partners: Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Institute of Romania (EIR), Polish Embassy in Romania, North-East Regional Development Agency.•Public Debate: “University in Society: increasing universities’ participation in the local and regional societal challenges”; Partners: North-East Regional Development AgencyEURINT 2018 conference Reflecting on Europe’s (dis)order: scenarios for the EU’s future (18-19 May 2018)
European Union and its neighbourhood.
Network for enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern