Campus Yuste program is addressed to university students, researchers and professionals, and brings together the training academic activities of the European Academy of Yuste Foundation offering participants the opportunity to discuss and reflect in a unique site such as the Royal Monastery of Yuste .
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 26 June 2017
In continental Europe modern states aspire to manage the greatest possible number of spaces in public life. To achieve this they take on the capacity to establish a collections system allowing them to be adequately funded. In return they are making a commitment to citizens to provide the services they demand.
From the treaty of Rome to the Maastricht treaty, and ongoing advances in the process of European integration
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 28 – 30 June 2017
Two special celebrations will be held in 2017, commemorating highlights of the process of European construction and integration. Firstly, the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaties of Rome, which were signed on 25 March 1957 in the city they were named after. They subsequently gave rise to the European Communities; the seed of the legal framework of the united Europe we know today. Thirty-five years later on 7 February 1992 the Maastricht Treaty was signed, which in 2017 celebrates 25 years of existence.
Europe facing global challenges from cooperation to development. Eradicating and preventing endemic diseases: malaria
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 5 – 7 July 2017
This meeting, in the form of a course, is the first EUROPE FACING GLOBAL CHALLENGES FROM COOPERATION TO DEVELOPMENT project activity, which aims to examine in-depth, from Extremadura, the role of the European Union as a region facing major internal challenges within a global context of crisis and transformation. At the same time it is committed to Sustainable Development as a global challenge in which cooperation between public, private, and civil society agents, as well as between regions and countries, is key to achieving shared objectives.
Faculty of Philosophy and Literature (Cáceres). 10 – 12 July 2017
This course aims to study and analyse the socio-economic, political, and cultural effects of the thirty years of Spain and Portugal’s integration into the European Union from 1986 to 2016. With this purpose in mind, guided by a series of Spanish and Portuguese experts we will analyse the major changes and adjustments both countries have experienced at every level, as well as changes to their international role and function.
The world of Charles V: 500 years of Protestantism. The impact of the reformation on imperial Europe and today’s Europe
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 12 – 14 July 2017
An annual course looking at the figure and times of Emperor Charles V. 2017 sees the commemoration of important events, such as the fifth centenary of Charles V’s first voyage to Spain to be crowned Charles I and the start of the Reformation, the Christian religious movement started in Germany in the XVI century by Martin Luther.
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 17 – 18 July 2017
This course will provide a continuation of the lines of analysis and study of the Campus Yuste and CEXECI Programme on the perspectives and challenges of the European Union, the process of integration with Latin America, Latin America’s economic situation, and the future of the Ibero-American Community.
The EU’s perspectives, strategies, and challenges: the European dream in the new global context and challenges of a well-structured Europe
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 19 – 21 July 2017
This course continues the theme of the Campus Yuste programme to tackle, from a multi-disciplinary perspective, an in-depth analysis of the main challenges facing the European Union in a global context of major transformations. This is being approached from a both academic and practical viewpoint, to help us comprehensively understand these challenges with the aim of analysing how we can confront them, and define strategies for the future to be able to confront them from the perspective of the European Union.
Doctoral seminar. European peace and values as a potential model of integration and progress in a global world
Royal Monastery of Yuste. 24 – 26 July 2017
On the occasion of the Carlos V European Award the Foundation has called for European Research and Mobility Grants in European Studies Carlos V European Award – Sofia Corradi – Mamma Erasmus which will examine the theme “European peace and values as a potential model of integration and progress in a global world”. This second meeting, in the format of a seminar, will focus on circulating the research selected in the call with the idea of promoting the transfer of knowledge from academic circles to civil society and public and private organisations.
Among the main challenges facing Europe and international cooperation in development is a reduction in the inequalities generated by two of the crises that continue to hit hard in the current climate: the financial crisis, and the migration or refugee crisis, a result of armed conflict and poverty.
This workshop will examine the role of the media as a tool for safeguarding liberties and human rights, shedding light on inequalities, and the media being speakers for the challenges we must tackle to make institutions stronger and promote democratic governance in all countries.
This workshop will tackle the need to mainstream a gender-based approach at all levels of society to fight against violence and discrimination towards women, as well as promoting equal rights and opportunities.