YSU Centre for European Studies (CES) is an educational and research institution, specialising in EU studies, Human Rights and Democracy.
YSU Centre for European Studies (CES) is an independent educational and research institution, founded in July 2006 as a result of fruitful cooperation between Yerevan State University and EU Delegation to Armenia.
Being a unique educational and research institute specialising in EU studies, the Centre aims to promote EU-Armenia cooperation and the process of Armenia’s European Integration through implementation of versatile and interdisciplinary researches, academic postgraduate programmes and non-degree trainings. The YSU Centre for European Studies provides graduate education in the field of European Studies and Human Rights, carries out specialised and multidisciplinary researches and provides consulting to NGOs, public and private organisations dealing with EU affairs. To fulfil the aforesaid functions the Centre has qualified professional staff majoring in EU studies, hosts guest lectures, researchers, fellows, experts and students from partner universities. Though young, the Centre has already completed and published number of researches, established effective cooperation with renowned European universities and research centers, plans to carry out new studies and implement regional educational projects.
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On May 19 the Centre for European Studies hosted Dr Benedikt Harzl from the University of Graz who spoke about book on “Unrecognized Entities. Perspectives in International, European and Constitutional Law” which he co-edited with Dr. Roman Petrov.Read More
From 17 to 19 May, the YSU Centre for European Studies, in cooperation with the RA Ministry of Justice, implemented training for the prison and probation staff, the representatives of the “Prison Medicine Centre” SNCO and the “Centre for Implementation of Legal Education and Rehabilitation Programmes” SNCO on the prevention…Read More
The Centre for European Studies of the Yerevan State University and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung on April 26th organized an event on Education in Emergency celebrating the launch of the Education Preparedness Index in the COVID-19/EPIC/ book.Read More
Legal Expert/Researcher of the Centre for European Studies Sergey Ghazinyan was elected as the Second Vice-President of the Council of Europe Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) The Council of Europe Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) held its 47th…Read More
The Center for European Studies, coordinator of the GC Caucasus programme, together with the Global Campus of Human Rights, are proud to enter into a cooperation with the Moldova State University (MSU) as part of the GC Capacity Development programme. This new partnership was officially kicked off in Chisinau…Read More
The Global Campus of Human Rights provides a unique opportunity for those who are interested in political transitions and regime changes in different world regions. New course on Transitology – Pathways to and from Democracy designed by Dr. Anja Mihr (OSCE Academy in Bishkek & Center on Governance through Human Rights…Read More