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PADEMIA

PADEMIA is a Europe-wide network of 56 academic institutions from 31 countries established to promote research and teaching on parliamentary democracy in Europe. PADEMIA seeks to enhance discussion among students, junior and senior researchers, as well as stakeholders, on how to deal with the new challenges that parliaments and citizens across Europe are facing today

Parliamentary Democracy in Europe (PADEMIA)

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This EU-funded Erasmus network brings together almost sixty partner institutions to discuss matters of parliamentary democracy in Europe. Drawing on the themes raised in the OPAL project, this network ensures ongoing opportunities for academics to publish work-in-progress in the Online Papers series. Academics and graduate students are also welcome to attend the various workshops organised by Pademia partners.   

The European Centre is leading the Pademia workpage on ‘The Role of Parliamentary Actors in Europe’ and will hold a workshop on Political parties and the European crisis on 26/27 November 2015.  Further details and a call for papers will appear shortly. A second workshop, provisionally called ‘Parliamentary Committees Post-Lisbon: Towards a redistribution of tasks? will be organised in Brussels by Professor Christine Neuhold of Maastricht University in Spring 2016; further details will be available in due course.

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'The EU in international security and cooperation after Brexit' with Karen E. Smith and Richard Whitman

Nov 30, 2018

Finishing the year with another highlight, the European Centre invites you to a debate with Prof Karen E. Smith (LSE) and Prof Richard Whitman (University of Kent) on Friday, 14 December, at 3pm. Together with our very own Geoffrey Edwards, they will discuss the future of EU-UK relations in international security and cooperation after Brexit. The event will take place in room S1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road. All welcome.

'Why should One care about European Elections in the post-Brexit European Union?' by Donatella M. Viola (University of Calabria)

Nov 28, 2018

Join us for your next European Centre event on Thursday, 29 November 2018, at 1pm. Donatella M. Viola (University of Calabria) will speak on 'Why should One care about European Elections in the post-Brexit European Union?' The event will be held in Room S2 in the Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road

Talk: 'Facing the Pressures of Internationalisation and Securitisation: National Governments as the Weaker Actors?' by Tomas Weiss (Charles University Prague)

Oct 30, 2018

You are warmly invited to the next European Seminar, which will be held in Room S2 in the Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, at 5pm on Thursday 1st November. Dr Tomáš Weiss (Charles University Prague) will speak on ‘Facing the Pressures of Internationalisation and Securitisation: National Governments as the Weaker Actors?’

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