EPIC - the European Policy Information
7 Ellington Road
London N10 3DD
phonefax: +44 0208 888 7970
mobile: +44 7968 109574
- CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
- TRAINING, SHORT COURSES AND CONFERENCES
- EPIC draws
on the insider knowlege of practitioners and scholars from across Europe. We bring together experts with those keen on
furthering their understanding of the EU.
is an independent network of over 100 consultants and trainers. Founded in 1999 by a group of academics within the London
School of Economics and Political Science, EPIC does not act on behalf of any governmental office or European institution.
We therefore 'tell it as it is' and point to the strengths but also to the shortcomings of the European project.
Dr Andreas Staab, Managing Director
Andreas is a former lecturer in European Integration at the London School of Economics.
Having left the LSE in 2000, he founded EPIC together with a group of colleagues. Over the years, he has trained over 5000
people - from journalists and business people, to public officials, NGO representatives as well as high school and university
students. He worked mainly in accession and candidate countries, including Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia,
Kosovo, Turkey or Cyprus. Andreas is also the author of a textbook on the EU, called 'The European Union Explained'; the third
edition of which was published in June 2013.
EPIC has worked with prime ministers and high school students, supreme
court judges and post graduates, journalists, governmental officials and lawyers, business executives and NGO representatives
from all parts of the world. We apply innovative teaching methods that encourage creative thinking. Our courses accommodate
different levels of knowledge and different professional backgrounds and our teaching style is proactive with the emphasis
on practise-oriented exercises and problem-solving learning experiences.
Our ever expanding team of experts addresses
the broadest range of issues related to Europe and the European Union, whether from an economic, business, social or
political perspective. ln addition to our strong academic foundation, we also count practitioners as our members who
work for business associations, international organisations, in the legal sector, in the media, in public administration
and in the non-governmental field. Over the years we have been particularly active in the following areas:
Agriculture and rural development
· Cohesion and Regional Policy
· Economic governance
· Police and judicial co-operation
· Legal Harmonization
· Citizenship, youth and civil society
For further information
please click on the link 'CONSULTING at the top of this page.
EU Updates: New Developments
in the European Union
Starigrad Paklenica, Croatia
20 - 24, 2019
In May 2019, EPIC will be holding its 16th annual summer school, organised
in collaboration with Croatia's Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MFEA), as well as GIZ - the Gesellschaft fuer
internationale Zusammenarbeit. We have chosen a new venue: The Hotel Alan (www.hotel-alan.hr) in Starigrad Paklenica, located
on the Dalmatian coast and a 30 minute drive from the beautiful town of Zadar. The
course will be supervised by Dr Andreas Staab with additional contributions from Tony Bass (Netherlands Institute for International
Relations/Clingendael), as well as from a host of regional experts including Dinka Krčelić, (Projectus grupa), Ivan Crnčec,
(Croatian Ministry of Justice), and Danijel Mondekar (EuroNavigator). Further speakers will be announced shortly. The course offers a precise and in-depth
update on recent EU developments, while also integrating a range of organisational and administrative skills that are vital
when interacting with the EU polity. The course will cover the following topics:
- Brexit: What's it like to leave the EU?
- Populism and the EU's Democratic Deficit
- The Euro: Greek Lessons for future Eurozone members
- How to prepare for the introduction of the Euro
- Working in the EU: Coreper, negotiations, working groups, interest representation
- The New EU budget 2021 - 2027
- EU Enlargement, EU Accession and the Rule of Law
- Change Management and EU Communication
- The new composition of the Commission and the Parliament
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CLICK ON 'EU SUMMER SCHOOL' IN THE TOP LEFT CORNER OF THIS PAGE.
Hotel Alan, Starigrad Paklenica
GET IN TOUCHfor any further information please contact: Dr Andreas
StaabManaging DirectorEPIC - the European Policy Information Centre7 Ellington RoadLondon N10 3DDUKphone: (+44) 20 888 7970email: firstname.lastname@example.org