CES Publication Launch:"All Tomorrow’s Parties: the changing face of European Party Politics"
29 January 2013, 12:30-15:30
Centre for European Studies, Rue du Commerce 20, Brussels
Today political parties are being challenged by rapid changes in societies, technologies and politics as a whole. Democracy in Europe is now a multilevel governance system with a sometimes opaque interdependence of policies, institutions and actors, such as entrepreneurs, media and lobbyists. At the same time, society is changing, a result of the age of freedom, self-determination and globalisation. Votes for political parties increasingly fluctuate, providing less and less of a stable base because of the fragmentation of society. Representation itself is guided by changing popular moods, referred to in Germany as Stimmungsdemokratie (‘mood democracy’). In European party democracies this has had an impact on all political forces, especially on the mainstream parties. For the parties of tomorrow the central challenge will be to implement new, realistic forms of participation without surrendering political leadership,
In order to further the discussion how political parties can deal with populist politics, election campaigning, civic participation and new technologies the Centre for European Studies (CES) will host an event in Brussels featuring Dr Florian Hartleb in the afternoon of Tuesday the 29th of January 2013. Dr Hartleb will deliver an in-depth analysis of his study after which he will be joined in a panel discussion by Dr Erkka Railo of the University of Turku (Finland), Dr Wojciech Gagatek of the University of Warsaw and Dr Werner Fasslabend, Chairman of the CES Academic Council and President of the Political Academy of the ÖVP.
Lunch will be provided at 12:30. For further information, including the full programme, please click here. In the meantime, you can register by email to Bernada Cunj at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 29 January 2013!
The Right to Self Determination - new governance models
Projection of the film
25 September 13.00-15.00
room P4B001 - European Parliament
A documentary on the socio-economic consequencies of privatisations
by Katerina Kitidi and Aris Chatzistefanou
Pre-film debate with:
When: Wednesday, 26 September, 10.00
With: Green MEP Carl Schlyter
When: Wednesday, 26 September, 11.00
Where: 6Q2, Jozsef Antall building, European Parliament
Fiscal Compact: GUE/NGL calls for review by ECJ
Austerity is killing in Portugal; the real face of the rescue programme
Thursday 11/10/12, 10:30 Room PHS 0 B01
HOW TO IMPROVE AWARENESS OF THE EP AND ITS ACCEPTANCE BY THE PUBLIC?
MEP Jiri Mastalka
MEP Vladimir Remek
With the participation of:
Firenze 10+10 Alter Summit
RESISTANCE TO AUSTERITY
17th of October 14.30-18.00
ASP 1G2 European Parliament Brussels
The Pact of Islands is the political commitment of European Islands to developing Island Sustainable Energy Action Plans (ISEAPs) and identifying Bankable Projects with the aim of meeting or exceeding the EU sustainability targets for the year 2020.
Hunger strike in Turkey : MEP back from delegation in Turkey
MEP Marie-Christine Vergiat (delegation of elected representatives to Turkey from the 31st of October to the 7th of November)
Progetto ABI Banche 2020 - Le banche italiane per la crescita e la coesione
Bruxelles, 13 Novembre 2012 ore 18.30
Parlamento Europeo, sala PHS 4b001
Apertura dei lavori:
Save the Date
Springeneration: From Ideas to Action in the Middle East and North Africa
14 November 2012, 15:00 – 18:00
COLLOQUE : "Action for teens"
Adolescence en détresse: L'urgence d'une politique d'accueil en Europe
At this crucial time in the fight against climate change, the European Islands have a key role to play in developing sustainable energy action plans.
Helga Trüpel, budgetary spokesperson of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament will be present at the EU Summit today, 22 November, as from 20.00 and on Friday, 23 November as from 1o.30 am and be available for comments.
Invitation to press conference
26th November 2012
European Parliament, Room ASP5G2, Rue Wiertz, 60, B - 1047 Brussels
EU banking union legislation to be voted in EP
When: Thursday, 29 November - 8.00 (a.m.)
4 December 2012, 9.00-12.30
European Parliament, ASP 1G2
The Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung and the Centre for European Studies cordially invite you to a conference on The European Agenda under the Irish EU-Presidency with:
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Organized by MEP Dr. Theodoros Skylakakis
Success Stories Made in Greece
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