Within the sphere of its socio-economic and political concerns, the Center organizes seminars and international conferences on topics related to Cyprus, Europe and the wider region.
These conferences which bring together scholars, researchers and policy makers from Cyprus and other countries, helped the Center earn the respect of academic institutions and policy makers internationally.
Some of the conferences have been organized exclusively by the Center, while others in cooperation with other (international) institutions. The titles below indicate the range and breadth of the topics explored:
“The Republic of Cyprus at crossroads: Past, present and future.” The Symposium marked the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus and was addressed by former presidents Glafkos Clerides and George Vassiliou and former president of the House of Representatives Vassos Lyssarides who were honoured by the Center and the cceia of Nicosia.
“Revisiting Kosovo and the Balkans and Broader Implications.” Organized in association with the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Embassy of the United States of America in Cyprus 4 June 2007.
1st Cyprus Spring School on the European Union on Understanding, Interpreting and Evaluating the European Union in 2007. Organized by the Department of European Studies and International Relations and the Research Center – Intercollege with the support of the Jean Monnet Programme, the European Commission and in collaboration with the ECPR Standing Group on the European Union (SGEU), 15-22 April 2007, in Nicosia and Protaras.
“Research, Innovation and the Role of Universities.” Organized in association with the British High Commission, 27 February, 2007.
“Coordination and Formulation of EU Policy in a Federal Cyprus,” 22 January 2007.
“Security Challenges in the 21st Century and the Role of the UΝ.” Organized in association with the United Nations Association of Cyprus, 11 December 2006.
“Turkey, the EU and the US: High Stakes, Uncertain Prospects.” Organized in association with the Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO and EU Studies, Kent State cceia, 13-14 May 2005.