Jean Monnet Center of Excellence offers free course on global governance, endorsed by European Union

Endorsed by the European Union, the EU-South American School on Global Governance Course presents this economic bloc’s global governance practices and their relevance to South America.
Law
29 June 2021
Jean Monnet Center of Excellence offers free course on global governance, endorsed by European Union

The deadline for applications for the EU-South American School on Global Governance Course at the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) is July 16, 2021. The course, funded by the European Commission as part of the Erasmus+ Program, is completely free and it will take place entirely online, via Zoom. The classes will run from August 4 to December 1, 2021, on Wednesdays, from 3:50 pm to 5:30 pm.

Places are limited and applications will remain open as long as there are places left. There are no prerequisites to participate. The course is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students, academics and professionals in the areas of law, international relations and other branches of the humanities. Public policymakers, government employees, members of organized civil society and the general public may also take part.

Endorsed by the European Union, the EU-South American School on Global Governance Course presents this economic bloc’s global governance practices and their relevance to South America. The program encompasses a variety of topics in the center’s three main research areas: Global Regulation, Global Litigation, and Human Rights and Democracy.

The topics explored include multilevel decision-making systems in international organizations, foreign policy, tax and environmental regulation, investment law, human rights and democracy, dispute settlement systems, legitimacy and international accountability.

In addition to FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School professors, the EU-South American School on Global Governance Course will feature the collaboration of specialists from institutions in countries such as Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom, as well as the European Parliament, over the project’s three-year life. The FGV Sao Paulo Law School, School of International Relations (FGV RI) and International Intelligence Unit (FGV NPII) are also involved in the project.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

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