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DCU Brexit Institute public funding boost

28 Sep 2020 / EU Print

DCU Brexit Institute public funding boost from DFA

The Brexit Institute has been awarded funding by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFA) under the Communicating Europe Initiative.

The monies will be used to support delivery of a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on ‘The European Union: Crisis and Recovery’.

This announcement follows a highly-competitive selection process, conducted by an evaluation committee comprising representatives from the DFA, the European Commission Representation and the European Parliament Information Office.

Freely-accessible online course

'The European Union: Crisis and Recovery' is a freely-accessible four-week course launching next Monday, October 5.

It is designed to inform the public about the principal challenges that have faced the EU over recent years (Brexit, the Euro-Crisis, Migration, the Rule of Law Crisis, and COVID-19), and to communicate how the EU has responded to these challenges.

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