This digital conference is co-organized by Jagiellonian University Kraków, Institute of European Studies, and Danube University Krems, Department for European Policy and the Study of Democracy
in cooperation with the European Democracy Lab at the European School of Governance and other partners under the framework of the research project REGIOPARL | Regional Parliaments Lab
Governance in Europe is built on a diverse multi-level parliamentary system, making parliaments at all levels – European, national, and subnational – key actors in the functioning of any democratic political process involving the future of Europe. This is why parliaments take center stage in our two-day digital conference “Parliamentary Voices on the Future of Europe”. We will bring together academics and policy makers from all political levels – European, national, and subnational – in order to encourage an exchange of views between politics and academia.
The event will touch upon various issues of parliamentary involvement in the European Union, such as the Early Warning Mechanism on Subsidiarity Control, parliamentary scrutiny of European policies and Europeanisation of national and subnational parliaments. Please find a more detailed programme below.
If you would like to join us online on 28/29 May 2020, please register through the form below. You will receive a link to our virtual meeting room (hosted by Webex) ahead of the conference.
We look forward to welcoming you!