In early March, the REMIT consortium met for its Kickoff Meeting in Maastricht, the Netherlands. The two days of meetings were full of inspiring discussions and planning for the work ahead.
Part of the meeting was held at the Château Neercanne, known for its historical significance. Both the European Union and the Euro were born in Maastricht on December 9th, 1991, with the signing of the Maastricht Treaty. t was at Château Neercanne that Queen Beatrix of he Netherlands hosted a lunch for all European leaders. The REMIT project the goals the Treaty on European Unionamongst the the strengthening of European integration and common foreign and security policies through research.
“It is very motivating and exciting to discuss and brain-storm on multilateralism and European democracy with bright-eyed researchers from such high-level universities working across different fields in Europe. It was synergy of competences in its best sense of meaning”, said Elis Vollmer, communication manager for the REMIT project.
Prof. Christopher Weible, one of the leading ACF experts in the world.is a professor at the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs honorary doctor Luleå University of Technology in Sweden. His research and teaching centres on policy process theories and methods, democracy, and environmental policy. Prof Weible an overview of ACF. Hethe project as a member of our Stakeholder Advisory Board.