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Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies

Grant reference: RES-580-28-0009

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Organised event details

Assessing Accession second annual research symposium : Central and Eastern Europe in the EU : power and representation
CRCEES, the Department of Central & East European Studies at the University of Glasgow, in association with Széchenyi István University, held the 2nd Annual Assessing Accession Research Symposium. The 2009 Symposium took place in Hungary at Széchenyi István University in Győr, Hungary. This one day symposium provided a forum for scholars to identify some of the broad strategies CEE member-states use to influence policy making within the EU. The symposium included a keynote address, small-group workshops and a roundtable discussion.

Primary contributor

Organiser Eamonn Butler

Bodies involved

Organising body University of Glasgow
Host Széchenyi István University

Additional details
11 May 2009
Győr, Hungary
11 May 2009