39th Annual Conference (UACES)

The relations between minority rights and cialis price in canada cheapest cialis Europeanization as experienced in the indian cialis canada Danish-German border region will be discussed by ECMI Director Tove Malloy during the buy cialis next day delivery 39th UACES Annual Conference in Angers, France from 3-5 September 2009. UACES is one of the viagra largest academic organizations in Europe, committed to exchanging ideas on Europe. It provides an independent forum for informed debate and how to buy cialis in canada a clearing house for information about European affairs. It is directly involved in promoting research and canadian viagra establishing teaching and cialis dosage research networks. Since 1969, UACES has brought together academics involved in researching and teaching on Europe with practitioners active in European affairs.

This year’s Conference is hosted by the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers (ESSCA). The conference will be one of the largest events of its kind in Europe during 2009 and will bring together European Union practitioners, politicians and uk viagra sales academics in disciplines such as politics, economics and viagra gel law from across Europe and viagra online pharmacy beyond. Dr. Malloy will present her paper, “Minority Rights and the Dynamics of Europeanization: Convergence in the Regional Governance of the Danish-German Border Region” in the section “European Integration and viagra dose Minority Rights in the New Europe” organized by the University of Aberdeen. Dr. Malloy’s paper was prepared under the aegis of the project “Minorities as Standortfaktor in the German-Danish border region” at the European Academy in Bolzano/Bozen.

3-5 September 2009

For further information:
Tove Malloy, tel. 0461 141490


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Federal Government
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