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VeCo Prof. Dr. Munira Aminova presents a paper in the United Nations Public Service Forum 2017

Dr. Munira Aminova has presented a paper in the United Nations Public Service Forum 2017 in The Hague. In her presentation she talked about Environmental Sustainability and Reaching the Most Vulnerable focusing on cross-sectoral and cross-boundary cooperation; multi-stakeholder and regional coordination approaches as well as policy coherence and consistency across riparian countries on the issue […]


VeCo Prof. Billingsley publishes a new article on management and leadership

Professor Billingsley has recently been published in the International Journal of Business Management and Leadership. The article The Leadership-Follower Relationship: Correlation of Free Will evaluates the leader and follower relationship as it relates to the construct of free-will. The research evaluates the connection between followers and leaders to gauge the amount of free will that […]


Professor Frank Billingsley presented at the NAFSA Conference in Los Angeles on May 31, 2017

The Counsel for International Schools (CIS) worked with VeCo Professor Billingsley, Douglas Wren from Wren and Fida International, Kevin Hostetler from the University of Southern California, and Nunana Nyomi from CIS to provide a presentation at the conference on Safety, Security, and Risk Management in Recruitment Travel. The presentation provided guidance for institutions to better manage […]


VeCo Prof. Dr. Maria Martin de Almagro publishes a new paper on gender justice

Dr. Maria Martin de Almagro’s paper entitled ‘Transitional Justice and Women, Peace and Security: A critical Reading of the EU Framework’ has been published on the website of The London School of Economics. In this paper, Dr. Almagro presents an overview of the EU Policy Framework on support to transitional justice and her understanding of […]


VeCo Prof. Dr. Tongfi Kim publishes an opinion piece on The Diplomat

Dr. Tongfi Kim, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, has shared his opinion via his article ‘Asia’s Minilateral Moment’ on The Diplomat. In this article, he talks about how Asian states are planning to strengthen cooperation between each other after the 2017 US Presidential election. To read the article, please click HERE.



Vesalius College hosts the launch of the Global Peace Index 2017 in Brussels

On Monday, June 12, Vesalius College hosted the launch of the Global Peace Index (GPI) 2017. This was an event co-organised with leading institutes and important think tanks, such as the Institute for Economics and Peace, the Royal Military Academy, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Europe, Search For Common Ground and the Global Governance Institute. Over the […]


Graduation: Class of 2017

On Saturday, June 3, Vesalius College celebrated its 27th Annual Graduation for the Class of 2017. Students and their families gathered together with VeCo’s professors and staff to honour this important milestone in students’ lives. Many thanks to this year’s commencement speaker, Mr. Sven Gatz, Flemish Minister for Culture, Media, Youth, and Brussels Affairs for […]


VeCo co-hosts the launch of the Global Peace Index 2017

Vesalius College is pleased to invite you to the official launch of the Global Peace index 2017 (GPI), hosted by VeCo in cooperation with leading institutes and think tanks such as the Institute for Economics and Peace, Royal Military Academy, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Europe, Search For Common Ground and the Global Governance Institute.   About the Global Peace Index The […]



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