CIVICA Public Lecture Series Tours d'Europe

CIVICA Public Lecture Series Tours d'Europe

Hosted in turn by each CIVICA university, the CIVICA Public Lectures Tours d'Europe are designed to reaffirm CIVICA's role as 'a university for all'.

Researchers and experts from CIVICA member universities share their findings and interrogations on contemporary issues with a non-expert audience. The series aims to strengthen citizens' knowledge base.

Each event in the CIVICA Public Lecture Series is tailored to the local community and strives to create a bridge between academic and the wider public.

Recordings with English subtitles of the events will be available digitally for a global audience. 

Events in this series

Culture, Food and Climate: The path to sustainability (14 June 2022, hosted by Stockholm School of Economics)

Climate Change and the EU: From Evidence to Action (28 October 2021, hosted by Sciences Po)

Data Analytics and the Battle Against the Pandemic (18 March 2021, hosted by Bocconi University)

Democracy in the Time of Pandemic (15 February 2021, hosted by Central European University)

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