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Carme Colomina

A journalist of the newspaper ARA, associate researcher at CIDOB and associate lecturer at the Collège d’Europe in Brugge. She has been a correspondent for Catalunya Ràdio in Brussels, where she worked with the BBC and Deutsche Welle, and has covered international summits in some twenty countries as well as the Afghanistan War in 2001. She has also worked as a consultant in several press projects in the European and Euro-Mediterranean spheres and was head of Interregional Cooperation in the Secretariat for Foreign Affairs of the Generalitat (Government) of Catalonia. She lectures on European Union institutional dynamics and policies and contributes on a regular basis in different areas of the mass media as an analyst of European news. Her main areas of professional interest are the European Union, its institutions and foreign relations.

Update: 22 April 2014

Contents

Naomi Klein

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate

Has participated in

1918, the Unfinished War. Europe, a hundred years afterwards

Robert Gerwarth and Victor Demiaux in dialogue

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

A Mediterranean View

Erosion of Freedoms and Struggles of Women

Lecture by Elif Shafak

Authoritarianism and Censorship

Lecture by Zeynep Oral

Lecture by Naomi Klein

Launch of the book 'This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate'

Does Eastern Europe Still Exist?

Lecture by Anne Applebaum

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

For a New Politics of Common Interest

OFF-PROGRAM: Presents MAMNOU (PROHIBIT)

A documentary by Amal Ramsis