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25/05/2017 Jean Monnet Centre appoints a new Centre Associate, Dr Xander Kirke.

25/02/16 JMC supported UK Referendum Q&A Panel on 25th February to take place at 5.30pm at the Newcastle Civic Centre, details are available here

10/02/2016 Jude Kirton-Darling MEP to speak at Newcastle University Business School on Business and Europe: TTIP, Trade, and Referendum

13/12/2015 The Jean Monnet Centre at Newcastle mourns the passing of Andrew Robinson, Honorary French Consul for the North East of England and Cumbria, who was a tireless advocate for strong bilateral relations.

29/04/2015 Talk by Dr Oliver Daddow on 'Could Britain leave the EU? The slow death of UK pro-Europeanisation'

17/01/2015 Jean Monnet Centre appoints its fourth Centre Associate, Dr Chaditsa Poulatova.


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Jean Monnet Centre

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Newcastle University
NE1 7RU, United Kingdom

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Jean Monnet Project

This Centre website highlights the Newcastle University's dynamic engagement in research, teaching and engagement with the wider community on the subject of the European Union. The Centre will continue its programme of seminars and debates addressing key issues which have an impact on the region. This academic year includes talks on the Lisbon Treaty, the legitimacy of the Court of Justice, EU media regulation, European environmental agencies, interest groups in Europe, EU competition law and policy, and many other topics.

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Upcoming Events

Conference on 'A Sustainable Countryside? Regulating New Technologies for Food Farming and Ecology' to be held in Newcastle Law School on 21 September 2011.


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Did you know that a number of important landmarks and infrastructure in the Northeast have been built and maintained with support of European Union Funding? Pictures of these projects, which include Angel of the North, the Sage, the Millennium Bridge, Newcastle Airport, Sunderland Winter Gardens and Bamburgh Castle feature on this website.