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YEM Cambridge

The Young European Movement (YEM) Cambridge is a local branch of the Young European Movement UK aiming at raising awareness of Europen issues and promoting critical debate of the EU's functioning.

In order to reach its goals, the YEM Cambridge co-organises speaker and social events with the Cambridge University European Society and autonomously sets up some pro-European throught the year. It is particularly attached to developing the Europe at School programme, a promising scheme of visiting local schools to debate about Europe on an informal basis. In order to help its members developing their debating skills, the YEM Cambridge also proposes training sessions and can back its members when applying to European seminars organized by other YEM branches throughout Europe.

Visit the YEM's facebook page to learn more.

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Talk: 'Facing the Pressures of Internationalisation and Securitisation: National Governments as the Weaker Actors?' by Tomas Weiss (Charles University Prague)

Oct 30, 2018

You are warmly invited to the next European Seminar, which will be held in Room S2 in the Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, at 5pm on Thursday 1st November. Dr Tomáš Weiss (Charles University Prague) will speak on ‘Facing the Pressures of Internationalisation and Securitisation: National Governments as the Weaker Actors?’

Talk: 'Recent developments in EU energy and climate policy' by Alexandra-Maria Bocse (LSE)

Oct 15, 2018

We are delighted to announce the upcoming talk by former POLIS PhD student Alexandra-Maria Bocse (LSE) on Thursday 18 October 2018, 1-2pm, in room S2, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT

New blog post by Sebastian Steingass on the LSE Brexit blog

Feb 22, 2018

In aid and development, Britain’s long-accumulated expertise is valuable to the EU, writes Sebastian Steingass in his latest blog post published on the LSE Brexit blog

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