The Melbourne Salon
Thu 8 May 2014, at Alliance Française de Melbourne
7pm to 9pm
Where next for the European Union? Over the next four years, there will be considerable reflection on the Great War, its consequences and the development after World War II of the European Union. France and Germany have always been and continue to be central to its evolution and future. What role will these founding members play in shaping the future characteristics of the EU, including the integration of Croatia and Latvia?
Professor Bruce Wilson, Director of the EU Centre at RMIT University will explore these issues with Eva Schwemmer from the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne and Dr Natalie Doyle, Deputy Director, European and EU Centre, Monash University.
Cover charge payable on the night (includes cheese and wine) – cash only please: $15
Bookings essential: firstname.lastname@example.org (numbers limited).
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