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The EIB Institute was set up within the EIB Group (European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund) to promote and support socialcultural, and academic initiatives with European stakeholders and the public at large. It is a key pillar of the EIB Group’s community and citizenship engagement.





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The Institute regularly organises events. Everyone is welcome, and there is no entry fee.



EIB Summer School ready to begin!

Seventy students from seven universities are getting ready to come to Luxembourg on Saturday to attend the EIB Summer School organised by the Institute's Knowledge Programme. For ten days until 10 July 2019, students from the College of Europe (Bruges and Warsaw...
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Inequality and … Lecture on “Inequality and child development in deprived populations”

When? Wednesday 26 June 2019, starting at 13:00   The EIB Institute is partnering with the University of Luxembourg, and others in organising a series of lectures under the general theme of “Inequality and …?” Follow the link for more information. The next...
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Seminar on “Rethinking the future of plastics”

Each year, 8 million tonnes of plastics enter the oceans. Though fundamental to our everyday life plastics are one of the most wasteful examples of our existing linear, take-make-dispose economy. We urgently need to rethink the way we make, use, and reuse plastics. On...
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European Microfinance Network conference begins

The 16th annual conference of the European Microfinance Network started today in Vienna (Austria) on the theme "Connecting for the future". The EIB Group (EIB, EIF and EIB Institute) is among the sponsors of the event bringing more than 200 participants from 25...
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New research published: the EIB and the “Mezzogiorno”

"The EIB fully participated in the national effort for the Southern industrialization" says Antonio Bonatesta, European University Institute (EUI-Florence) whose STAREBEI research on “The EIB and the "Mezzogiorno" in the context of regional development (1958-1973)"...
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