GLOBUS was launched at a kick-off conference in Oslo, where more than 100 participants - including researchers from all partner institutions - gathered for two days of discussions.
Prof. Ferruccio Pastore will hold a seminar entitled "Beyond the European Migration and Asylum Crisis. Why, what now, what next?" in Bologna on 3 May.
A workshop of the GLOBUS research area of Climate Change and Global Justice will be staged in Tübingen on 11-12 May 2017.
Prof. Pierluigi Musarò will hold a seminar on the moral geography of the world in Bologna on 17 May 2017.
Dr. Matteo Tondini will hold a seminar on the EUNAVFOR Med (Sophia) operation in Bologna on 23 May 2017.
A workshop of the GLOBUS research area of Trade, Development and Global Justice will be staged in Johannesburg on 30 May to 1 June 2017.
Prof. Sonia Lucarelli will convene a workshop on the GLOBUS research area of Migration in Bologna on 1–2 July 2017.
GLOBUS researchers will chair the section The European Union: Promoting or obstructing global justice at the EISA conference on International Relations in Barcelona, September 2017.
Prof. Ayhan Kaya will hold a seminar on the Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey at the University of Bologna on 7 April.
GLOBUS research group leader Thomas Diez will chair the panel "Environmentalism in a Changing International Society" at the ISA's 58th Annual Convention Understanding Change in World Politics
The first GLOBUS policy dialogue took place in Brussels at the University Foundation. The meeting brought together senior level practitioners working on EU foreign policy and GLOBUS work package coordinators.
GLOBUS participation Michela Ceccorulli from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a lecture on 'The Challenges of Migration' at the University of Florence.
GLOBUS researcher Kjartan Koch Mikalsen from the GLOBUS partner ARENA University of Oslo gave a presentation on 'The irrelevance of history: a pure functionalist account of territorial rights'.
GLOBUS researchers gathered in Oslo on 19 and 20 January 2017 to discuss how to make sense of the EU’s contribution – if any – to a rightful world order.
GLOBUS participant Agustín José Menéndez from the University of Oslo gave a presentation at the University of Bologna.
GLOBUS participant Marco Borraccetti from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a presentation on 'Trafficking in Human Beings and New Ideas for a Fair Legal Framework'.
GLOBUS participant Michela Ceccorulli from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a presentation on 'The "refugee" crisis and the securitisation of Schengen: which kind of migration strategy for the EU?'.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes from ARENA spoke to bachelor students at the University of Oslo on EU development policy as well as possible consequences of Brexit for the global south.
GLOBUS Scientific Coordinator Helene Sjursen gave a presentation on how gender perspectives are integrated in the GLOBUS project.
Since its inception the EU has proclaimed an ambition to promote justice at the global level. But what precisely is the EU’s contribution to global justice? And what would a just foreign policy look like? The kick-off conference of the GLOBUS project was held in Oslo on 9-10 June 2016.