Challenges for the European Union: Identity, Values, and Dialogue

2018/2019

Programme:

  • February 19, 2019: prof. dr. Bojan Žalec (Theology Faculty): Introduction: Challenges of Europe and the European Union: Identity, Values and Dialogue / Democracy in the EU: Sources, Foundations and Challenges - LINK to learning resources
  • February 26, 2019: prof. dr. Rafal Smoczyinski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland): Migration and the EU - LINK to learning resources
  • March 12, 2019: prof. dr. Jernej Letnar Černič (Faculty of State and European Studies, Kranj, Slovenia): European values and identity - LINK to learning resources
  • March 19, 2019: doc. dr. Vojko Strahovnik (Theology Faculty): Freedom of Speech and Europe - LINK to learning resources
  • April 2, 2019: prof. dr. Matej Avbelj (Faculty of State and European Studies, Kranj, Slovenia): EU and Europe: solutions to their challenges - LINK to learning resources
  • April 9, 2019: prof. dr. Robert Petkovšek (Faculty of Theology): Europe as a possibility of a perpetual Renaissance - LINK to learning resources
  • April 16, 2019: prof. dr. Stanko Gerjolj (Theology Faculty): The Importance of Values, Education and Education in the EU
  • May 7, 2019: prof. dr. Dragica Vujadinović (Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Serbia): Social, Green, Solidarity and More Inclusive EU
  • May 14, 2019: prof. dr. Bojan Žalec (Faculty of Theology): Democracy in the EU: resources, foundations and challenges (Part 2); completion and award of certificates.


2017/2018

  • February 27, 2018: prof. dr. Bojan Žalec (Theology Faculty): Introduction: Challenges of Europe and the European Union: Identity, Values and Dialogue / Democracy in the EU: Sources, Foundations and Challenges
  • March 6, 2018: prof. dr. Rafal Smoczyinski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland): Immigration and the EU: moral panic against migrants and ethnic and religious minorities in Europe
  • March 13, 2018: prof. dr. Jernej Letnar Černič (Faculty of State and European Studies, Kranj, Slovenia): European values and identity within the framework of the European system for the protection of human rights
  • March 20, 2018: doc. dr. Vojko Strahovnik (Theology Faculty): EU Values and Policies, Public Debate and Civil Society
  • March 27, 2018: prof. dr. Stanko Gerjolj (Theology Faculty): Values, Education and Education in the EU
  • April 3, 2018: prof. dr. Matej Avbelj (Faculty of State and European Studies, Kranj, Slovenia): EU and Europe: From challenges to solutions
  • April 10, 2018: prof. dr. Robert Petkovšek (Faculty of Theology): Europe as a possibility of a continual renaissance
  • April 17, 2018: prof. dr. Bojan Žalec (Faculty of Theology): Democracy in the EU: Sources, Foundations and Challenges (Part 2)
  • May 8, 2018: prof. dr. Dragica Vujadinović (Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Serbia): The Need for Reflection on Europe: A Social, Green, Solidarity and More Inclusive EU

Photos and learning materials:

prof. dr. Bojan Žalec

prof. dr. Rafal Smoczyinski (Materials)

prof. dr. Jernej Letnar Černič - (Materials)

doc. dr. Vojko Strahovnik  (Materials)

prof. dr. Stanko Gerjolj  (Materials)

 

prof. dr. Matej Avbelj  (Materials)

 prof. dr. Robert Petkovšek Link 1 ; 2 ; 3

prof. dr. Bojan Žalec (Materials)

prof. dr. Dragica Vujadinović (Materials)

 


Introduction

The proposed project is going to develop and implement a comprehensive introductory and multidisciplinary study module on the topics of EU, its institutions, its role in the global world and its main challenges, all this backed up with research and academic collaboration activities.

The module includes 8 highly distinguished teachers and researchers from 3 countries. 

The study module consists of 54 hours per academic year and includes the following topics:

Introduction: Challenges for European Union: Identity, Values, and Dialogue
I. Democracy in EU: origins, foundations and challenges
II. EU policies, public discourse and civil society
III. EU values and education
IV. Immigration and EU: Attitudes and moral panics towards migrants, ethnic and religious minorities in Europe
V. European values and identity in the European System of Human Rights Protection
VI. Europe as possibility of incessant renaissance
VII. Necessity of Rethinking Europe - Social, Green, Solidary and more Inclusive EU
VIII. From Challenges to Solutions
Concluding reflection 
 

 

The Jean Monnet module is co-financed by the European Commission (Erasmus+ programme).

30 let programa Erasmus+

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