GLOBUS organises several workshops and conferences each year. In addition, GLOBUS researchers participate in a range of other events around the world.
University College Dublin will host a workshop on gender and security in October 2018, examining the EU's gender frameworks' relation to the Union's Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP).
Gender is a cross-cutting dimension of GLOBUS. This workshop brings together insights to analyse the gender dimension of EU foreign policy within the specific fields of climate change, trade, development, asylum/migration and security.
Solveig Aamodt will present the paper 'Explaining change in the EU's positions on justice in global climate governance' at an ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 11 December 2018.
GLOBUS researchers participated in the Conference of the Italian Standing Group of International Relations (SGRI) in Bologna on 12-13 October.
A group of researchers from the Center for European Union Studies at Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) visited the Institute of Political Science at the University of Tübingen (EKUT) on 8 October 2018.
GLOBUS researchers participated in the Researchers' Night in Forlì on 28 September.
The Institute of Social and Political Studies at State University of Rio de Janeiro hosted a seminar on Brazilian foreign policy and global justice in Rio de Janeiro on 24 September 2018.
The GLOBUS partner State University of Rio de Janeiro hosted the heads of GLOBUS' research groups for a study tour in September 2018.
GLOBUS researchers participated in several panels during the 12th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Prague on 12-15 September 2018.
Michela Ceccorulli and Sonia Lucarelli participated in the Italian Society of Political Science (SISP) Annual Conference in Turin on 6-7 September.
On Thursday 23 August, University College Dublin held a GLOBUS research seminar. It focused on a range of issues such as gender, climate change, European foreign policy, and development.
On 10 July, Sonia Lucarelli visited the University of Catania to give a lecture entitled 'The EU and the Migration Crisis'.
Sonia Lucarelli gave a keynote lecture at the third NASP International Workshop on Conflicts and Institutions in Genoa on 26 June.
GLOBUS coordinator Helene Sjursen gave a lecture on the legitimacy of the European Union's foreign policy at the University of Tübingen on 13 June.
A workshop on migration and terrorism was held at the University of Bologna in June 2018.
GLOBUS' second policy dialogue meeting was held in Brussels on 29 May 2018. It engaged senior NGO leaders and civil society representatives in group discussions on global justice in their fields of work.
On 28 May, Sonia Lucarelli will visit the Centre for European Research in Gothenburg to give a lecture entitled 'Ontological security and the Methamorphisis of the Beast: the EU and Migration'.
Professor Cristina Lafont presented the paper 'Neoliberal globalization and the international protection of human rights' at ARENA on 15 May 2018.
Prof. Maria Do Ceu Pinto of the University of Minho gave a lecture on 15 May 2018 on terrorism and migration.
GLOBUS researcher Michela Ceccorulli gave a lecture on the complexity and dilemmas of European migration policy at the University of Bologna on 8 May 2018.
GLOBUS researcher Marco Borraccetti gave a lecture at the European Immigration Law: Conference 2018 in Brussels on Thursday 3 May.
Professor Michael Zürn from the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) presented the main findings from his newly published book on the current crisis of global governance at the University of Oslo.
Professor Michael Zürn presented the paper 'Non-majoritarian institutions and the rise of authoritarian populism' at ARENA on 24 April 2018.
GLOBUS researcher Marco Borraccetti gave a lecture on migration and trafficking at the University of Bologna on 18 April 2018.