Result: II Contest “Monograph Contest for Young Latin American Researches – Jean Monnet Award"



The organizing committee of the “II Monograph Contest For Young Latin American Researchers – Jean Monnet Award", an initiative of the Jean Monnet Network project “Building RIghts and Developing Knowledge between the European Union and Latin America – BRIDGE Project”, co-financed by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union, and the Latin American Center for European Studies is honored to announce the result of the second edition of this competition.

Sofia Frischenbruder Sulzbach, an undergraduate student in Law at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, was the winner of this edition of the competition. Author of the monograph entitled  DIREITO E POLÍTICAS RELACIONADAS A OBRAS GERADAS POR INTELIGÊNCIA ARTIFICIAL NO BRASIL E NA UNIÃO EUROPEIA, Sofia will receive the equivalent prize of 1,000.00 (one thousand) Euros for being the best classified among the contestants, the paper will be published in the form of an article in the journal “Latin American Journal of European Studies”.

The Honorable Mention was won by  Ana Victória Klovrza Diogo, Master's student in International Relations at the Federal University of Uberlândia, with the monograph AS HABITANTES DA FRONTEIRA: AS DEFICIÊNCIAS DAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS DE ACOLHIMENTO A REFUGIADOS NA UNIÃO EUROPEIA E SEUS IMPACTOS PARA MULHERES REFUGIADAS, the paper also will be published in the journal “Latin American Journal of European Studies”.

The full version of the winning monographs will be published on the Observatory on European Studies website.

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