Fall 2020 at the eight CIVICA members meant a safe and enthusiastic start, optimised digital tools, and supportive virtual campus communities.
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CIVICA aims to have an impact on society beyond academia. Actions require attention to the local context, clear objectives, and coordinated activities.
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The teaching activities for the first semester of the academic year 2020-2021 under the Jean Monnet EU – Diversity, citizenship and solidarity under the pressure of migration. From learning to e-learning / EU-DCS are beginning on Monday, 7th December 2020.
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Amazing guest lecturers from all over the world are eager and willing to share their ideas, experiences and best practices with SNSPA students.
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Academics, researchers and students are invited to participate in the debates.
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The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, organize the 8th edition of the Smart Cities International Conference, which will be held online on December 3-4, 2020.
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European identity is a fundamental concept for the social sciences and one of the most discussed topics at policymaker level as well as citizen level. We aimed to find out what is the current view on European identity at the top of the EU. We talked to Dr. Victor Negrescu, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education, European Parliament, and Lecturer and former Vice-Rector at SNSPA.
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The CIVICA alliance, of which CEU is a founding member, welcomes the decision of the European Court, which reaffirms the EU’s commitment to academic freedom in Europe.
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What does internationalisation mean in the CIVICA context? Why is internationalisation a core concept for the alliance? What are the challenges that internationalisation raises for our network of social science universities? To find answers to these questions, we interviewed Diana Iancu, Dean of the Faculty of Public Administration, SNSPA, and member of the CIVICA Management Team on behalf of SNSPA.
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SNSPA, together with the West University of Timișoara, with the backing of other major universities, academics and researchers from Romania and around the world – gathering an impressive number of 885 supporters – submitted to the Romanian Constitutional Court a legal point of view, a “friend of the court”, Amicus Curiae, in relation to the modified Law of education which forbids institutions to discuss gender issues.
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