Events at the Jacques Delors Centre
Manufacturing Support for International Cooperation: How Parties Affect Fiscal Integration Preferences
Monday, 08.11.2021 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
A presentation by Maurits Meijers (Radboud University Nijmegen), Björn Bremer (Max-Planck-Institut), Theresa Kuhn (University of Amsterdam). This event is part of the European Governance Colloquium.
Freedom As Non-Domination in the EMU: a Two-Pronged Reform Proposal
Monday, 25.10.2021 | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
A presentation by Stefano Merlo (John Stewart Mill College, VU Amsterdam/ Visiting Researcher at the Delors Centre). This event is part of the European Governance Colloquium.
Online and On-site event
Join us for a Brussels Brown Bag Breakfast chat
Friday, 08.10.2021 | 8:45 am - 9:45 am (CEST)
Join Mehreen Khan (Financial Times, EU Correspondent), James Kanter (EU Scream politics podcast, Editor) and Carl Dolan (Open Society European Policy Institute, Deputy Director) for an open, informal discussion on the state of "European Public Space and Media“ with interested Hertie School students, faculty, and researchers. The event is co-moderated by Helena Malikova, Fellow at Hertie School, and Ronny Patz, Senior Lecturer at Hertie School.
Responsiveness and the Future of European Democracy
Tuesday, 05.10.2021 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
What are possible and desirable scenarios for the future of the European Union? Professor Schneider will explore whether, after a long decade of crisis, the future of the European project lies in an increased responsiveness of political elites to the interests and demands of citizens.
The Genie of Independence and the European Bottle. Courts, Central Banks, Regulators and the Transnational Contest over Independent Policy-Making
Monday, 04.10.2021 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
A presentation by Antoine Vauchez (Endres Prize Professor). This event is part of the European Governance Colloquium.
Authoritarianism and the Future of European Democracy
Tuesday, 11.05.2021 | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
In our fourth Future of Europe lecture, R. Daniel Kelemen will speak about the causes and consequences of democratic backsliding in the European Union. The lecture series is organised in the framework of CIVICA, the European University of Social Sciences.