EURINT 2022 | The world in motion: challenges, territorial dynamics and policy responses
The world has constantly faced challenges that have led to joint efforts from all regional actors to find the most appropriate
solutions to them. In times of crisis, concrete actions are needed to train resources so that the positive impact to be felt in
the medium and long term.
Public discourses on global issues (economic crises, pandemics, territorial disputes, armed conflict, climate change, forced
digitalization, terrorism, etc.) have been intensifying in recent times, which also call for the strengthening of scientific
concerns in these directions.
The dynamism of national and global events requires rapid responses from governments. Territories can become stronger
through cooperation and effective policies. Thus, by organizing this conference, the discussions related to the territorial
dynamics, in the context of the appearance of various challenges, as well as those regarding the recovery policies at
different levels of spatial scale are of real interest.
EURINT 2022 special sessions
[-] Ukraine: Geopolitical Realities And Regional Development Perspectives
Special session organised by Regional Science Policy & Practice (RSPP) and Regional Science Association International
Convenors: Gabriela Carmen Pascariu (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania); Oksana Holovko-Havrysheva
(Ivan Franko National University, Ukraine); Oksana Krayevska (Ivan Franko National University, Ukraine).
[-] Borderlands in war time: transformations at the eastern borderlands of V4
Special session organised by CEEPUS Network CIII-PL-1604-01-2122 Border and Regional Studies Network
Convenors: Hynek Böhm (University of Opole, Poland and Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic); Ágnes Erőss
(Geographical Institute RCAES, post-doctoral fellow, University of Opole, Poland); Wojciech Opioła (University of Opole,
The main purpose of the session is to provide a general overview of how the eastern borderlands of Visegrad 4 countries
are affected by the war and its consequences. We intend to assess the major cross-border flows, and how the earlier
existing cross-border activities have changed? Contributions might cover, but not limited to the following topics: How the
already existing channels of movement of people, goods, smuggling function? How/if the rigidity of Schengen border control
ameliorated? Can we observe new processes and procedures? How has the narrative of these Eastern borders shifted in
e.g. national media? How the already existing official cross-border contacts operate between regions, cities, Euroregions?
Registration: please follow the registration procedures indicated here and and fill in the registration form, indicating that you
will participate in this special section (CEEPUS Special sesion | Borderlands in war time: transformations at the eastern
borderlands of V4).
[-] Academic cooperation between Romania and Moldova. Enhancing the European Union Association Agreement
through human capital development (Workshop)
This workshop is organized within ‘Jean Monnet Module on EU Interdisciplinary Studies: Widening Knowledge for a more
Resilient Union (EURES)’
Convenors: Ramona Tiganasu (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania);
The purpose of this workshop is, on the one hand, to develop a synergy between different educational institutions and, on
the other hand, to create an appropriate framework for the submission of joint projects, funded by the European Union, to
reduce border effects.
[-] About Europe
Young researcher Special session - dedicated to bachelor and master students awarded within the Students scientific
sessions in European studies