The Brexit Institute just won a major grant from the European Union Erasmus+ Programme for a Jean Monnet Network project entitled BRIDGE (Brexit Research and Interchange on Differentiated Governance in Europe). The project, which will run for 3 years, is led by the Brexit Institute at DCU and also involves as partner institutions the University of Bolzano / Bozen, the University of Copenhagen and Central European University Budapest. A kick off conference will take place here in Dublin on 30th – 31st October, and the program is available here.
Brexit Institute-led consortium wins EU funding for BRIDGE network project
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About the Network
BRIDGE (Brexit Research and Interchange on Differentiated Governance in Europe) is a three-year (2019-2022) Jean Monnet Network funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme. It brings together scholars from across Europe to share knowledge and ideas on how to address some of the toughest challenges facing the continent. Coordinated by the Brexit Institute at Dublin City University (Ireland), the consortium also includes the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Central European University (Hungary) and the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy).