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29/04/2019

Convegno internazionale: "Towards the European elections of May 2019. Forty years after the first direct election of the European Parliament”, Roma, 6-7 maggio 2019

 

Si terrà a Roma il 6 e 7 maggio il convegno annuale AUSE, organizzato in collaborazione con l’Università di Roma Tor Vergata e realizzato con il supporto di EACEA - Programma Jean Monnet.
Il convegno si svolgerà presso l’Università di Tor Vergata, in via Columbia 1 a Roma. 
 
Programma

6-7 May 2019
University of Rome Tor Vergata

Department of History, HumaniHes and Society
Aula Mosca H - Via Columbia, 1 Rome


Monday 6th May

9.30 
Welcome adress
Giorgio Adamo, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Director of the Department of History, HumaniIes and Society

9.45 
Opening adress
Daniela Felisini, University of Rome Tor Vergata, President of AUSE

10.00 Keynote speech
Alessandro Ferrara, University of Rome Tor Vergata
Democracy in Europe: Constitutional Narratives and the Future of the EU

10.45 Coffee break


Session 1: Exploring the European Parliament

Chair: Daniela Felisini, University of Rome Tor Vergata

11.00 
Sandro Guerrieri, Sapienza University of Rome
The historical development of the European Parliament

11.30 
Luigi Daniele, University of Rome Tor Vergata
The role of the European Parliament and its relationships with the other Institutions of the Union

12.00 
How does the European Parliament work?
TesImonials about the EP activities and funcIoning
Silvia Costa - MEP
John Iversen - former EP Member (EP Former Members AssociaIon)

Q&A by PhD and students

 

Tuesday 7th May

9.30 Welcome address
Giuseppe Novelli, University of Rome Tor Vergata
Rector Magnificus


Session 2: The challenges of the next Legislature

Chair: Francesco Velo, University of Pavia

9.45 
Gustavo Piga, University of Rome Tor Vergata
For a New Fiscal Cons2tu2on to Save Europe

10.15 
Francesca Longo, University of Catania
Migration: a common challenge

10.45 
Federica Di Sarcina, University of Salerno
Gender challenges in the EU: the key role of the European Parliament

11.15 Coffee break

11.45 
Fabio Masini, Roma Tre University
The reform of the European economic and monetary governance

12.00 
Angela Romano, European University Institute
The EU in the global scenario. What role for the European Parliament?

Q&A - Debate

13.00 Light lunch


Tuesday 7th May


Session 3: The programs of the political forces

14.00 
Chair and introductory remarks:
Luciano Bardi, European University InsItute

14.20 
Andrew Burgess, Alliance for Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party

14.45 
Monica Frassoni, European Greens Party

15.10 
ChrisIan Kremer, European People’s Party

15.35 
LaurenIu Rebega, European ConservaIves and Reformists Group

16.00 
Ania Skrzypek, FoundaIon for European Progressive Studies

16.25 
Comments: Paolo Borioni, Sapienza University of Rome

16.50
Q&A - Debate

 

Organised by University of Rome Tor Vergata and
AUSE – Associazione Universitaria di Studi Europei

in collaboraIon with:
European Parliament Former Members AssociaIon – EP to Campus

secretariat:
www.ause.eu | E-MAIL: francesco.velo@unipv.it | tel. +39 348 242 1492

Documenti e risorse

 
Towards the European elections of May 2019. Forty years after the first direct election of the European Parliament”, Roma, 6-7 maggio 2019, depliant
 
Towards the European elections of May 2019. Forty years after the first direct election of the European Parliament”, Roma, 6-7 maggio 2019, programma
 
 
 
 
 

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