EU Ambassador Filip Bozinovic wins Best Paper and trip to Brussels

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Fourth year student Filip Bozinovic won the "Best Paper" award at the Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union. In addition to pursuing European studies  as a Political Science major, Filip also leads the UC Berkeley EU Student Ambassadors group. The Claremont-UC research conference took place on April 5 and 6 in Claremont, CA and is the oldest and largest academic conference in the U.S. dedicated to undergraduate research on European Union topics.  Bozinovic's paper titled, "Restrictions on Free Expression as a Counterterror Policy in the US and France: Divergence by Design or Curious Convergence?" compared debates and policies on free speech before and after recent terror attacks in the US and France. As one of two winners of the Best Paper award, Filip Bozinovic will participate in an study tour to Brussels, Belgium in June 2018 and visit several EU institutions including the Parliament, the Commission and several NGOs.

2018 Claremont-UC Undergraduate Conference Participants: Hannah Byrd (Baylor University), Michael McCarthy (Pitzer College), Hannah Day (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Ziang Zhou (University of California, Berkeley), Sarah Hollmann (Stetson University), Louise Paulsen (Brigham Young University), Kamil Lungu (Pomona College), Austin Hudgens (University of Washington), Filip Bozinovic (University of California, Berkeley), Corey Tazarra (Interim Director of the EU Center)

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