EUGenDem moving to the University of Helsinki in 2023

EUGenDem and its project team will be moving to the University of Helsinki as of January 2023.

We will be continuing our academic work at the University of Helsinki in the final year of the project at the Centre for European Studies. We are looking forward to great new opportunities for research and networking.

In 2023, we will be organizing two final events – one in the European Parliament for policy-makers and political stakeholders in February; and a final EUGenDem conference ‘European Politics, Equality, and Democracy‘ on 25-26 May 2023 in Helsinki.

The conference will feature two keynote sessions: Challenges to European democracy and integration with Natasha Wunsch (Sciences Po, CEE & ETH Zurich) and Elżbieta Korolczuk (Södertörn University) and European Parliament in turbulent times with Nathalie Brack (UL Brussels) and Johanna Kantola (University of Helsinki).

We will also have four plenary panels with: Jennifer Piscopo (Occidental College), Akwugo Emejulu (University of Warwick), Georgina Waylen (University of Manchester), Laura Landorff (Lund University), Ben Crum (VU Amsterdam), Stefanie Wöhl (University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna), Paul Copeland (Queen Mary University of London), Anna Elomäki (Tampere University), Iyiola Solanke (University of Leeds), Petra Ahrens (Tampere University), Amandine Le Bellec (Sciences Po Paris), Serena D’Agostino (VU Brussels), Nadia Brown (Georgetown University), Jonathan Chibois (Laboratory of Political Anthropology, EHESS, CNRS), Cherry Miller (University of Glasgow), Sandrine Roginsky (Catholic University Louvain). We will also organize a number of parallel panel sessions and would like to invite everyone interested to apply.

We will be posting the Cfp soon! For more details, please follow the conference website.

For our future activities, please visit our new website here.