GLOBUS has ended after four years of critical analysis of the EU’s global role. The final review of GLOBUS describes the project as “academically top-notch” and commends it for providing “a true value added for the research on the EU as a global player”.
GLOBUS researchers have spent the last four years critically analysing the EU’s impact on global justice.
GLOBUS researchers present key findings from research on the EU and global justice, climate change, security and conflict resolution, trade and development and migration in a set of policy briefs.
GLOBUS researchers discussed key research findings in a concluding conference on Zoom on 28 May 2020.
The EU’s approach to women in conflict resolution and peacebuilding has changed significantly over the last two decades. The process of adopting a new approach to women, peace and security in 2018 represents a shift towards greater focus on diversity and inclusiveness, argues GLOBUS researcher Heidi Riley.
Since its inception, the European Union has proclaimed an ambition to promote justice at the global level. But what precisely is the Union’s contribution? On 3 March 2020, GLOBUS researchers discussed key findings from their research with policy makers, CSO representatives, members of the European Parliament and representatives from the Commission and the EEAS.
Over the course of 2019 and 2020, GLOBUS partners have hosted a number of student events across Europe.