Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

Young Researchers Platform

The EULEN Young Researchers Platform (EULEN YRP) is composed of researchers in the early stages of their career, whose projects revolve around the study of EU law enforcement and its integration. Policy areas of focus are competition law, banking and financial supervision, migration and asylum, and the protection of the EU’s financial interests, although we welcome researchers of any policy (area).

Through the EULEN YRP, young researchers (notably PhD and post-doc) can connect to each other and to senior experts in their fields, which enables them to gather and disseminate knowledge as part of their ongoing projects. More precisely, young researchers in the field of EU law enforcement and its integration:

  1. connect to other PhD students and post-doctoral researchers they would otherwise not have encountered;

  2. will have easy access to participate, present and discuss work at the conferences, workshops and other events of EULEN partner universities and the YRP

  3. can directly contact other PhD students and post-doctoral researchers through our online collection of projects for questions that require specific expertise

  4. can share their research publications and blogs thereon on the EULEN website

  5. will receive regular updates on relevant EULEN (YRP) activities, publications and vacancies at EULEN partner universities

  6. can apply for an EULEN Talent Lab funding of a short research stay at an EULEN partner university (only open to staff of EULEN partner universities)


In order to become an EULEN YRP member, please send an e-mail to ms. Kelly Blount ( and mr. Laurens van Kreij (