On 18 and 19 December 2022, the College of Europe in Natolin organized a workshop in the framework of the international research project ENGAGE – Envisioning a new governance architecture for a global Europe, gathering prominent scholars and experts in EU foreign policy and external action.
The project is funded by the EU's Horizon 2020 programme, runs from January 2021 until June 2024, and brings together 12 prestigious universities and think tanks across EU Member States.
The College of Europe in Natolin, through its European Neighbourhood Policy Chair, is an integral part of the project and, by directing a work package on the EU's engagement in its neighbourhood, contributes directly to the project's four key objectives, notably:
- a) analyze the main contextual challenges EU external action is faced with;
- b) assess existing governance structures and policy processes related to the many domains of EU external action;
- c) examine the ways in which EU external action can be more effective;
- d) generate concrete policy recommendations on accommodating multiple action domains, including traditionally internal policy areas, in a joined-up, coherent, sustainable, and effective external action.
For more information, please contact Dr Amel HAMMAMI.