LSE is one of Europe's most influential platforms for addressing issues, trends and policies affecting both the European Union and the wider Europe. The EI is proud to host events with distinguished speakers from the worlds of politics, business, media and culture.
The European Institute's high-profile Perspectives on Europe public lecture series is our flagship events series, attracting leading decision-makers and opinion formers from across the continent. Speakers are submitted to lively and incisive questioning by LSE students and academics, as well as by the media and the wider public. These events are free and open to all.
Our EU in Practice seminar series is a forum for policy practitioners and commentators to talk about their experience working in, with and on the EU institutions. Due to limited space, these seminars are registered events.
Research Unit Events
The European Institute's various research units play host to a number of seminar and public lecture series. Follow the links below to see our research units' upcoming events:
The European Institute lunchtime seminar series EILS is a bi-weekly event that offers a unique opportunity for EI staff and research students to exchange ideas and provide feedback on their ongoing research. Staff and research students take it in turns to present their work and act as a discussant.
Europe@LSE is the inter-departmental research seminar organised by the European Institute and the Departments of Government and International Relations. It intends to provide a School-wide forum for research on Europe, beyond the borders of the European Union, and in all disciplines.
Both of these events series are for LSE staff and students only.
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