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2019 PROGRAMMES

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ITALY- Luiss Guido Carli University- JULY

                                          

                                        

A former member will be invited to participate to the Summer Program on "Parliamentary democracy in Europe", which will be devoted to Parliamentary Elections and Democratic Accountability in the Age of Populism.

 

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ROMANIA- Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi - 15-17 May

 

                                          

                                                              

The University invites a former Member to participate in the 3rd International Conference on European Financial Regulation (EUFIRE). The attendees will be academics, researchers, students, practitioners, policy makers, business and civil society representatives interested in the topic of EU financial regulation.

>Birgit Daiber

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TURKEY- Izmir University of Economics - 7-8 May

                                          

                                                                     

The event will have as its main theme "EU Environment and Climate Policy " and how the EU institutions work in practice and what factors shape EU's decision-making (concrete cases, e.g. EP-Commission relations, EP-Council negotiations, party politics in the EP), or the EU’s environmental/climate politics, or EU-Turkey relations.

>Robert Evans

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ITALY- University of Rome Tor Vergata - 6-7 May

                                          

                                                                     

The University invites a Former Member to an interdisciplinary international conference on the European Parliament. The conference is funded by EACEA, and involves not only scholars and policymakers, but intends to target mainly doctoral students and students.
A former member is invited to explain how a European parliamentarian works.


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ROMANIA- Babes-Bolyai University Cluj- 16-18th April

                                          

                                     

The University invites a former Member to participate in a conference on “Democracy without liberalism – dealing with populism in the EU".

>Gyula Hegyi

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FRANCE- University Clermont-Auvergne - 8-9th April

                                          

                                     

The University invites a former Member to participate in the Inauguration of the European Center of Excellence on Sustainable Development. The topic of the presentation will address "The last 30 years of Sustainable Development in the European Parliament".

>Ilona Graenitz

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ISRAEL- Ben-Gurion University - 8-9th April

                                          

                                     

FMA President, Hans-Gert Pöttering will attend an international conference marking Simone Veil’s life; to discuss her impact on French and European politics and contribution to key societal issues of our time.
The event also serves to unveil the new title of the Centre for the Study of Politics and Society (CSEPS), which will become the ‘The Simone Veil Research Centre for Contemporary European Studies’.

> Hans-Gert Pöttering

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UNITED KINGDOM- De Montfort University in Leicester - 20-22th MARCH

                                                  

The University invites two former Members to participate in a series of events held from 20 to 22 March 2019 with the topic Britain and the European Union after Brexit. The event will take place in the context of the work of the University Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in European Governance on the reform and future direction of the European Union. The event is being organized the week before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU.

>Seán Ó Neachtain and Olle Schmidt

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SPAIN- University of DEUSTO - 21th MARCH

              

The University invites a former Member to participate in the Jean Monnet conference: Political and economic legitimacy of the European union in current time.

>Francisca Sauquillo Pérez Del Arco

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UKRAIN- Ukrainian Association of Professors and Researchers of European Integration - 19-20th MARCH

   

A former member is invited to participate to an international conference on "Uniting Europe: a quarter century of institutionalization of the EU-Ukraine relations". The audience will mainly consist of representatives of academic community from Ukraine and foreign countries, Jean Monnet projects coordinators and teaching members, students and graduates, representatives of NGOs, national and international experts from a variety of professional backgrounds, public officials, policymakers.

>Andrew Duff

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UNITED KINGDOM- UNIVERSITY OF BATH - 4th MARCH

   

A former member is invited by the University of Bath to attend a roundtable session assessing the Lisbon Treaty 10 years after its implementation and the challenges Europe has faced since the Treaty. The member will also share their expertise with graduate students during several lectures.

>Margarita Starkeviciute

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ITALY - SECONDARY SCHOOLS EUI - Lycée Salvemini Luca d'Aosta- 22 FEBRUARY 2019

   

The Historical Archives have developed a programme for high schools focused on three main themes: European citizenship and school, climate change and the institutional reform of the EU. Numerous meetings were held in the prestigious Villa Salviati in Florence to discuss these highly topical issues.
The meeting with students from Lycéee Salvemini Luca d'Aosta was attended by our member Gisela Kallenbach

>Gisela Kallenbach

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ITALY - SECONDARY SCHOOLS EUI - Liceo Machiavelli - 19 FEBRUARY 2019

   

The Historical Archives have developed a programme for high schools focused on three main themes: European citizenship and school, climate change and the institutional reform of the EU. Numerous meetings were held in the prestigious Villa Salviati in Florence to discuss these highly topical issues.
The meeting with students from Liceo Machiavelli was attended by our member Cristiana Muscardini

>Cristiana Muscardini

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MOROCCO - INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY RABAT - 12-14 FEBRUARY 2019

 

   

The International University in Rabat invites a former member to a conference in Morocco. The main theme of the event will be on current EU policies with a focus on migration and human rights. The speaker will give lectures on International Migration and Human Rights in the Mediterranean as well as EU policies and the European- Mediterranean relations.

>Per Gahrton

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INDIA - MANGALORE UNIVERSITY - from 4 to 8 of February 2019

                                                                               

The EP to Campus programme will cooperate with Mangalore University. Michael Hindley was invited to India to speak present his views on important developments/ issues of European Union followed by discussion. The topic was related to relations with developing countries/India; global governance; contemporary developments in EU; security (EU and global conflict)/Cultural aspects.

>Michael Hindley

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ITALY - SECONDARY SCHOOLS EUI - Lycée Français Victor Hugo- 28 JANUARY 2019

   

The Historical Archives have developed a programme for high schools focused on three main themes: European citizenship and school, climate change and the institutional reform of the EU. Numerous meetings were held in the prestigious Villa Salviati in Florence to discuss these highly topical issues.
The meeting  at Lycée français Victor Hugo was attended by our member Jean Paul Denanot.

> Jean-Paul DENANOT

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ITALY - SECONDARY SCHOOLS EUI - Lycée Giotto Ulivi- 17,18, 23 and 25 and JANUARY 2019

   

The Historical Archives have developed a programme for high schools focused on three main themes: European citizenship and school, climate change and the institutional reform of the EU. Numerous meetings were held in the prestigious Villa Salviati in Florence to discuss these highly topical issues.
The meetings with the students from Giotto Ulivi were attended by our members Monica Baldi, Luciana Castellina, Niccolò Rinaldi and Oreste Rossi

>Monica Baldi, Luciana Castellina, Niccolò Rinaldi, Oreste Rossi