Launched in 2018, the European Governance and Politics Programme (EGPP) is an international hub of high quality research and reflection on Europe and the European Union.
Building on the work and reputation of its predecessor European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO), the EGPP maintains its core activities through externally funded research projects. The EGPP is animated by the Programme Associates, leading scholars from different disciplines brought together by their interest in European integration.
The EGPP focuses on four broad thematic axes of research: Multilevel Politics in a Time of Turbulence, European Governance, Institutions and Law, Political Economy and Public Policy and the overarching theme ‘Whither Europe’s Union?’
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The EGPP is engaged in a series of research projects aimed at understanding how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted on Europe and European societies.
Debates on European Politics
A selection of multimedia materials that provides a reflection on some of the national elections and referendums in Europe since 2017 and a high-quality analysis on the future of Europe by researchers at the Schuman Centre.