It concerns research-based teaching, spreading innovative approaches and establishing best practices in teaching the Lisbon Treaty. It also includes an annual “Lisbon Watch”. The network covers all EU member states as well as Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. The project is funded by the European Commission in the framework of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
The aim of LISBOAN is to strengthen cooperation between institutions of higher education and research in Europe with a view to teaching and researching the Treaty of Lisbon, The European Union’s legal foundation since December 2009.
Main LISBOAN activities
- Dr Gunilla Herolf is member of the LISBOAN Steering Group and responsible for LISBOAN lectures (firstname.lastname@example.org ). Read Gunilla Herolf's biographyhere.
- Coordinator is Tobias Kunstein at the Jean Monnet Chair of Professor Wolfgang Wessels at Cologne University, Germany (Tobias.email@example.com)