The African continent is an important trade actor for the European Union. Is the way in which the EU structures its trade negotiations with these countries just?
Sonia Lucarelli was interviewed about media narratives on migration in the International Spectator's podcast in November 2019.
Multilateralism is increasingly contested. On which core principles could it be rebuilt in order to resolve key global challenges such as migration, climate, armed conflict and poverty?
Former GLOBUS MA student Sigrid Jerpstad has been awarded the University of Oslo’s sustainability prize for her dissertation on the EU’s role in the UN negotiations on the global sustainability agenda. Having an office at ARENA, and being able to talk to researchers working on important international questions has been very rewarding, says Jerpstad
In a globalised world the importance and relevance of civil society organisations is becoming ever more evident. How and on what terms does the EU include CSOs in foreign policy decision-making?
The GLOBUS art installation does not provide definite answers, but provokes a set of questions related both to everyday life and larger global justice challenges, says artist Marie Brett.
Gender has moved to the top of many governments’ and international organisations’ agendas. What role does gender play in diplomacy and foreign policy and how can gender equality and parity be achieved in these fields? Academics and policy practitioners discussed these questions at a GLOBUS roundtable in Dublin on 29 November 2018.
University College Dublin hosted a workshop on gender justice and the EU’s external policies on 29-30 November 2018, analysing the gender dimensions within all the issue areas covered in the GLOBUS project: climate change, trade and development, migration, and security and conflict.
GLOBUS researcher Johanne D. Saltnes was interviewed by the University of Oslo's research magazine Apollon (in Norwegian) on EU development aid.