EU Public Diplomacy and Outreach in New Zealand (DIPLO)
Increasing the EU’s Visibility in NZ
The European Union – New Zealand relationship is at a crossroads. Free trade agreement negotiations opened in 2018, yet, the relationship is in flux because of Brexit. The European Union Public Diplomacy and Outreach in New Zealand (DIPLO) project supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, focuses on promoting positive EU-NZ relations through:
- Increasing the visibility and understanding of the EU in NZ among media, elites and the general public including youth
- Activities that increase visibility and understanding of the EU in NZ
- Fostering dialogue between academia and policy makers
- Promoting accurate reportage of EU-NZ issues
Our team of experts are available for media interviews, present findings on New Zealand perceptions of the European Union, organise EU focused events and visits to New Zealand by leading European Union experts. Feel free to get in touch with our team.
Project Coordinator - EU Public Diplomacy and Outreach in New Zealand (DIPLO)
Deputy Director, National Centre for Research on Europe
This project is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. The European Union can not be held responsible for them.