PLATO Early Stage Researcher José Piquer defends his doctoral thesis Constrained partisanship: A comparative study of policy choices and party discourses in the British and Spanish crisis experiences (2008-2014) at the University of Cambridge on 22 September 2021.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Julien Bois defends his doctoral thesis The uncertain world of the Court of Justice of the European Union. A multidisciplinary approach of the legitimacy of the EU judiciary in the 21st century on 21 September 2021.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Emilija Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska defends her doctoral thesis New understanding of EU legitimacy and anti-corruption: The role of the representative democracies at Charles University on 16 September 2021.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Dominika Proszowska defends her doctoral thesis How people trust their governments: trends, patterns and determinants of trust differentiation in multilevel polities at the University of Twente on 1 September 2021.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Radu-Mihai Triculescu defends his doctoral thesis Harmonised Asylum Policies in the European Union? The role of street-level bureaucrats in the implementation of the Common European Asylum System on 24 June 2021.
PLATO will organise an Award Ceremony for the 15 Early Stage Researchers who have successfully completed its 3-year intensive research and training programme.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Bastiaan Redert defends his doctoral thesis Between a rock and a hard place: stakeholder involvement as a legitimation strategy in European Union agencies on May 25th, 2021.
PLATO Early Stage Researcher Elena Escalante Block defends her doctoral thesis The role of actors in the legitimation or delegitimation of MLG structures on March 11th, 2021.
Join us online for a discussion among academics and practitioners on findings from the PLATO project and their implications.
PLATO ESRs have the opportunity to receive individual coaching from a qualified careers coach, via one 30 minute online coaching session.
This workshop prepares young researchers to become competitive candidates for prestigious individual national and European research grants.
At this two-day training participants will learn the structure, elements and purpose of a policy paper and how to get their message through in the media.
This webinar will introduce participants to the purpose, planning and design of infographics.
This webinar will help participants take control of their digital identity and select digital platforms and social networking sites to become engaging researchers and advance their career.
ESRs must handle research data correctly and in line with rules and practices for research data management and sharing. We revisit PLATO’s Data Management Plan (DMP) and ESRs elaborate their dataset descriptions with hands-on support.
The last module of Vitae’s Effective Researcher programme (TM3) will help ESRs navigate the final year of their doctorate and plan for non-academic secondments.
This session introduces the ESRs to the basics of communicating research to different audiences. It is the first of two training modules in public engagement (TM7).
This third PLATO workshop for supervisors will address best practices to support PhDs in finishing their projects in time. It will focus on key elements of effective PhD supervision, such as managing expectations, supporting effective goal setting, encouraging progress, adapting to individual needs, and dealing with difficult circumstances.
Prof. Michael Zürn will hold a keynote speech on the legitimacy crisis of global governance as part of the PLATO PhD school at the University of Twente.
This workshop introduces the Open Access (OA) requirements for ESR publications, the driving forces behind the EU’s policy and PLATO’s guidelines for Open Access publishing
This workshop gives practical advise for doctoral students in publishing their work in monographs and peer-reviewed academic journals.
ESRs will be presenting their contribution to the PLATO anthology and their overall research results, with an emphasis on the first.
PLATO coordinator Chris Lord is chairing a panel with papers by five PLATO PhD researchers as part of the ECPR General Conference in Wroclaw.
The purpose of the additional Antwerp workshop is to start the work on an edited book proposal toward a theory of (de)legitimation in the European Union with contributions by PLATO's PhD researchers.