Towards a More Resilient European Neighborhood: Security Cooperation and the Management of Current and Future Threats in Europe's Strategic Orbit
Start date: 01 Sep 2013,

This project will increase the quality of higher education in the field of European integration in the area of European security and contribute to the development of research-led teaching in Ukraine. It will achieve this through a series of events, activities, and outputs that will assist knowledge exchange and transfer, as well as building and enhancing local academic capacity of independent and critical thinking, advanced social science research (including methodology) and teaching tools, utilising the benefits of multi-method, multi-theory interdisciplinary research. Security cooperation, the management of current and future threats, and the ENP as a specific tool to address security concerns will provide the substantive basis for the project, thus simultaneously addressing an important policy agenda and having the potential to generate impact in civil society and governments beyond the primary objective of enhancing research and teaching on European integration and capacity in Ukrainian higher education.
  •   40 000,00
  • Education and training\Life long learning (2007-2013)\Jean Monnet (2007-2013)\Information and Research Activities
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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