The European Union is at historic crossroads, since the choices of the next five-year period will be decisive for its future and form. Where is Europe driven after the European elections? What conclusions can be drawn from the behaviour of the electorate and how can the citizens' lost of trust in the "European Dream" be redeemed? What is the room for compromise, consensus and exercising commonly accepted policies in critical matters (refugee crisis, foreign policy, economic policy, institutional changes) with the composition of the new European Parliament?
Wednesday 12.06.2019, 18:30
E.S.H.E.M.-th.(3rd floor, Stratigou Kallari 5, Thessaloniki)
Free entrance, certificates of attendance will be provided
In continuance of the two previous events of the series "Debates on the Future of Europe" on the matters of "Democratization in the framework of the multilevel European governance" and the "European Pillar of Social Rights and Youth Policy in the EU", this year an event is organised on the matter of "Europe after the Elections - New challenges and uncertainties" in the aftermath of the European elections.
- Marantzidis Nikos, Professor at the Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies of the University of Macedonia
- Papadopoulos Ioannis, Associate Professor at the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Macedonia
- Papadopoulou Lina, Associate Professor of the Law School of Aristotle's University of Thessaloniki
- Tselepi Naya, Researcher, Select Respect Network of NGOs
Coordination: Sotiris Kyriakidis, Journalist at Athenian-Macedonian News Agency in Thessaloniki
The series "Debates on the Future of Europe" is organised in cooperation of Heinrich Boell Foundation Greece with the Jean Monnet Chair of European Constitutional Law & Culture of Aristotle's University of Thessaloniki and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence of the University of Macedonia.