28/03 - 03/04: Natolin Neighbourhood Days

In light of recent developments, the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the Natolin campus of the College of Europe launches a series of events dedicated to the eastern and southern European neighbourhood. The Natolin Neighborhood Days open with a High-Level lecture and panel debate on Ukraine (28 March 2014).

High-Level Lecture on Ukraine: "Determinants and Outcomes of Ukraine's Euromaidan Revolution: The International Context" by Professor Andreas UMLAND



The series continues with a Natolin Neighborhood Ambassadorial Talk (2 April 2014) devoted to the civil war in Syria and the possible contributions of the EU as far as humanitarian aid and conflict resolution are concerned.

Natolin Ambassadorial Talk: "The Syrian Popular Revolt: from a dream to a nightmare" by Dr Anis NACROUR



Finally, a Round-table (3 April 2014) on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the EU’s role in it and in the Palestinian state-building will close the Natolin Neighborhood Days.

Round-table on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: "The European Union and Occupied Palestinian Territories: state-building without a state"