Why are workshops important?

The workshops are important as they allow the members of the project team to share their knowledge, experiences and advances in their research on their respective topics with their peers. It is also an instance of conversation, debate and constructive analysis of the topics of their colleagues, thus allowing feedback for each member. 

In this Jean Monnet project, two workshops were held:

Workshop - University of Concepción -June 26, 2019

Held on June 26, 2019, before the start of the VIII Congress of European Studies. It was held in the premises of the Faculty of Law of the University of Concepción. In this instance, the Dean of the Law School of the University of Concepción, Rodolfo Walter, and the Project leader, Dr. Paulina Astroza, gave words of welcome. 

The Workshop was continuous throughout the day, with a working lunch also constituting a space for dialogue and deliberation.


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Online Periodical Workshops

Due to the situation of the pandemic, the Workshop planned to be held in Stockholm, Sweden, had to be replaced by periodic virtual meetings, according to the existing health reality. In that sense, 5 virtual meetings were held on five different dates: February 9, April 28, July 29, August 13 and August 26, 2021.

Despite the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the team can meet virtually and thereby meet the objectives of the workshop. It also allowed for good deliberation and collaboration on each member's research topics.

 

 

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