EURINT 2023| Challenges and future prospects for a resilient Europe
19-20 May, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
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Crises affect people and the societies in which they live. Thus, in the light of the current multidimensional challenges at the
European Union level, there is a need to expand the debates about finding solutions to combat crises, in order to generate a
more inclusive, sustainable and resilient Union. Strengthening the resilience capacity of European economies depends on
the ability of governments to respond to different types of shocks through appropriate policies, adapted to the context.
Answers to crises are found more easily through discussions at all levels (multi-level approach), involving both the
representatives of decision-making institutions and civil society.
By organising this conference, the aim is to create a favourable framework for dialogue and analysis on the issues facing the
European Union, as well as other relevant related topics.
The event is addressed to all those interested in the broad spectrum of aspects that the European Union incorporates.
EURINT 2023 special session
[-] The assessment of the European Studies programs in Romania
This workshop is organized within ‘Jean Monnet Module on EU Interdisciplinary Studies: Widening Knowledge for a more
Resilient Union (EURES)’ in cooperation with Association for International Relations and European Studies (ARRISE)
Convenors: Ramona Tiganasu (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania); Iordan Barbulescu (National School of
Political and Administrative Studies SNSPA)
[-] Open Science Opportunities and Practices in Social Sciences
This session is organized within Research Data Aliance Project
Convenors: Mitrea Geta (University `Stefan cel Mare` of Suceava, Romania) and Marin Monica (Research Institute for
Quality of Life)
[-] About Europe
Young researcher Special session - dedicated to bachelor and master students awarded within the Students scientific
sessions in European studies