2022 EU Policy Forum Educator Workshop | Europe, the European Union, and Russia: Navigating an Uncertain Future
This resource was created to supplement the 2022 EU Policy Forum held annually by the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, the European Union’s Erasmus+ Program, the Center for West European Studies & EU Center, and the Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, facilitated by the World Affairs Council's Global Classroom,
The UW Jackson School of International Studies welcomes middle school, high school, and community college educators to participate in the 2022 EU Policy Forum, an educator workshop co-sponsored by the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme and focused on contemporary issues in the European Union. The workshop will include lectures by experts, and facilitation by World Affairs Council Global Classroom Program Director and High School Teacher Ryan Hauck. Washington State Educators are eligible to receive 8 clock hours for full participation in the workshop.
The workshop will address:
- How the EU Actually Works and How Is It Changing in the Face of Russian Aggression in Ukraine
- What to do about Russia? Russia, the EU, and the International System
- Russia’s War Against Ukraine: Teaching Opportunities and Challenges
- EU Economic and Energy Responses to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
- Russia vs. ‘Gayropa?’ Russian Cultural Politics since the Conservative Turn
Educators and students will have in-depth access to tools and resources centering the impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine within the EU and the International System; EU Economic and Energy Responses to the War in Ukraine: "Gayropa" and Russian Cultural Politics; and more!