First ACELG Annual Conference on 'Open EU Decision Making'
Open EU Decision Making: A Constitutional Challenge. Promise, Practice and Perils
Thursday, 20 October 2011 Library of the University of Amsterdam, Doelenzaal Organized in conjunction with Inaugural Lecture Professor Deirdre Curtin
Introduction to conference
This conference aims to highlight the principle of openness as expressed in Article 1 of the Treaty of the European Union and to explore its implications across the different levels of power, legislative, executive and judicial. In this manner it adopts a legal-institutional approach that goes beyond the ‘usual’ equation of transparency with access to documents. The speakers combine both established scholars and younger scholars who have just finished (or almost), relevant doctoral research in the field.
The conference precedes and complements Professor Curtin’s inaugural lecture, titled 'Top Secret Europe'
Speakers & Discussants
In order of appearance
- Anne Elizabeth Stie, University of Oslo - ARENA
- Christine Neuhold, University of Maastricht
- Emilio de Capitani, European Parliament, LIBE Committee
- Thomas Beukers, University of Utrecht
- Kathalijne Buitenweg, ACELG, former MEP
- Joana Mendes, ACELG
- Guri Rosén, University of Oslo - ARENA
- Paolo Ponzano, former Director of Task Force 'Future of the European Union and institutional questions' & EUI
- Mark Bovens, University of Utrecht School of Governance
- Madalina Busuioc, ACELG
- Bruno de Witte, Maastricht University & EUI
- Ross Carrick, University of Oxford
- Christina Timmermans, former judge European Court of Justice
- Thomas Vandamme, ACELG
- Christina Eckes, ACELG
Download here the programme.
Date and Venue
Thursday, 20 October 2011, 9.30 - 15.30
Library of the University of Amsterdam, Doelenzaal
Singel 425, 1012 WP Amsterdam
- Inaugural Lecture
Thursday, 20 October 2011, 16.00 - 17.00
Aula of the University of Amsterdam
Singel 411, 1012 WN Amsterdam
Contact and Registration
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