The European Union (EU) Centre on Shared Complex Challenges fosters EU-Australian dialogue and collaboration between academia, policy makers and practitioners on the shared global challenges of climate change and energy, regional governance, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Co-funded by the University of Melbourne and the European Union (EU), the EU Centre promotes a shared understanding of the EU-Australia relationship and developments on complex challenges such as: climate change and energy, regional governance and innovation and entrepreneurship.
The EU Centre is located within the Carlton Connect Initiative (CCI), the innovation precinct of the University of Melbourne.
Aligned with the University’s international and research strategy, the Centre builds on existing deep engagement with Europe through University partnerships with leading European institutions, student exchange and study abroad, research and alumni.
The EU Centre provides a focal point for international and interdisciplinary research collaboration and industry engagement with Europe and the Asia Pacific region.