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EIPA, OECD and the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union to Discuss the Future of Public Administration

Government beyond Recovery: Towards a Future-fit Public Sector As the world emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, governments are exploring possibilities to leverage behavioural insights, co-creation, regulation, mission-oriented innovation, anticipatory innovation, and strategic foresight. On 18-19 October, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and…
September 27, 2021

Sandboxes for Responsible Artificial Intelligence

One of the novelties introduced by the European Commission's Artificial Intelligence Act Proposal is the creation of AI' regulatory sandboxes'. But what are regulatory sandboxes? How does it fit within the concept of legally disruptive experimentation, and what challenges does it pose…
September 23, 2021

EU Cyber Diplomacy 101

What is cybersecurity, and what is actually at stake for the European Union when it comes to regulating international cyberspace? This blog post dives into these questions and provides a short introduction on the topic of internal and external cybersecurity in the…
July 1, 2021

EIPA Establishes Institutional Ties With Albania

On 16 June 2021, EIPA and the Albanian School of Public Administration (ASPA) signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) to cooperate in fields of mutual interest. ASPA is an autonomous government institution, and its mission is to train the civil servants of…
June 16, 2021

Student Internships

Applications for student internships   EIPA welcomes open applications from students who need to do an internship as part of their studies. What do we offer? EIPA offers a unique opportunity to students wishing to gain professional experience in a genuine European…
June 15, 2021

New Research on European Foreign Policy: Book Launch

EIPA expert, Sabina Lange, together with key scholars in the area, has edited and authored a new volume on, The Making of European Security Policy: Between Institutional Dynamics and Global Challenges. This volume addresses how and in what capacity the European Union…
May 21, 2021

Competitive Dialogue – A tool with many uses

Competitive Dialogue was initially conceived by the European Commission as a tool for awarding infrastructure contracts and complex service contracts - this blog sets out the potential for how Competitive Dialogue can be used flexibly in a wider range of contracts.
May 13, 2021

Call for experts: European CAF Resource Centre

EIPA currently has a call out for experts to support the European CAF Resource Centre. We are looking for an experienced professional that can help contribute to the implementation of the CAF model in national organisations, notably in the context of the…
February 12, 2021

Three new experts for EIPA Maastricht

Beginning of February, three key experts took up position at EIPA Maastricht. Florina Pop, EU data protection expert and Gracia Vara Arribas and Iwona Karwot, who formerly worked at EIPA’s Antenna in Barcelona.   Florina Pop took up her position as EIPA’s Data Protection Expert beginning of February. Florina, originally…
February 4, 2021

F2F vs Online Negotiations: Different Venues, Same Principles

After almost a year of going online and working remotely, what has been the effect on international negotiations? This first introductory post from the Negotiation Team investigates the changes brought by the pandemic and explores the solutions and opportunities to reinvent negotiations…
January 26, 2021

Start Isane Aparicio as Director Maastricht and Business Development

Per 1 December 2020, Isane Aparicio has taken up the role of Director of EIPA Maastricht and Business Development.   Ms Aparicio will lead Maastricht’s team of experts and form a part of EIPA’s Management. In this role she will be responsible for EIPA’s corporate business development, identifying new opportunities and additional markets. Simultaneously, she will also act as a…
December 3, 2020