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European Regional Master's Degree in Democracy and Human Rights in South East Europe


Euroacademia is a non-profit organization, founded in Vienna (Austria), Brussels (Belgium) and Paris (France), aiming to foster academic cooperation, networking and a platform for dissemination and valorization of academic research results, trends, and emerging themes within the area of concern for European studies, political science, critical studies, cultural studies, history, anthropology, social psychology, semiotics, philosophy, sociology and wider and inclusive interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary approaches that contribute to a better understanding of the ‘self-organizing vertigo’ (Edgar Morin) of the European realm. Euroacademia’s goal is to become a hub for academic interaction on and about Europe.


Without any disciplinary or methodological bias, Euroacademia invites all academics, specialists, post-graduate students, activists, and creative contributors to share in open-floor environments their ideas, research and works completed or in progress within a multidisciplinary and multicultural academic environment that aims to contribute to intensifying debates and cooperative work on European issues of current concern.

Founded on the belief in the emergence and structuring of a knowledge-based society, Euroacademia aims to provide the framework for constructive and inclusive cooperation, networking, project building and dissemination of information and research. The goal of Euroacademia is to build an innovative network for structuring research and collaborative agendas based on topicalities that cannot be addressed in academic solipsism but are shaped constructively by disciplinary interaction.

Euroacademia implements projects for congresses, conferences, symposiums, colloquia, workshops and academic debates. By rejecting the byzantine identification of people and ideas with particular institutions, Euroacademia values and fosters an inclusive independent attitude that welcomes and celebrates the pluralism in research for a better understanding of Europe. Euroacademia fosters research internationalization and mobility and provides access to academic exchange and formal and non-formal education.

Euroacademia is an officially established and registered non-profit and non-patrimonial organization in France, Belgium and Austria ((Identification R.N.A. W922005336, Registration No.: 247986538)

The Aims

Resulted from academic cooperation, interaction and networking, Euroacademia draws from a wide range of experiences of research and project implementation. It aims to bring together the widest network of researchers, academics and professionals working on Europe-related issues.
As a non-profit organization, Euroacademia targets all direct and indirect funds obtained towards building future cooperative networks and events that will strengthen academic interaction.
The strategy of Euroacademia is based on organic and gradual growth in order to become an established name for academics, researchers and professionals.
The staff of Euroacademia is highly trained and experienced in organizing conferences and other academic events. In a 5 years term, Euroacademia’s strategy is to implement some of the best quality academic events on self-managed and/or cooperation based framework in Europe and to become a vibrant name for European studies dissemination platforms.
Euroacademia aims to foster academic mobility in Europe and to act as a platform for internationalization of research.
Euroacademia fosters access to direct experiences of Europe through mobility projects and international events that effectively immerses the researches within the European diversity and its rich cultural heritage.


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