Posts Tagged ‘workshop’

Online workshop explores the theoretical case ‘Against Transparency’

Friday, September 4th, 2020

Transparency –openness of government– is a value that no one wants to be seen pleading against. Or is it? An online workshop, organised by the Academy of Finland-funded research project TrUE explores the case ‘against transparency’. The workshop is open to the public, upon registration.

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Upcoming transparency research & policy events

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

18-19 September 2019: “Workshop: Inside the Black Box of Trilogues”, Utrecht University. Closed event.

24 September 2019: “Seminar: The future of EU transparency”, Finnish EU Presidency, Brussels. Closed event.

19-20 November 2019: “RECONNECT Conference: Transparency in the EU: mechanisms and practices”, Lille Catholic University (ESPOL). Abstract submission deadline: 20 September 2019. More information here.

Workshop on researching EU transparency in Helsinki

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

On 22-23 March, the TrUE project (short for “Transparency in the EU – From Reaction to Manifesto?”), funded by the Academy of Finland, will host a methodology workshop around the subject of “how to research EU transparency”.

The TrUE project’s research team.

The workshop concentrates on the methodological aspects of the TrUE project. It brings together some of the central researchers active in the field of EU transparency (e.g. prof. dr. Deirdre Curtin, prof. dr. Daniel Naurin, and dr. Maarten Hillebrandt) and the TrUE team (headed by prof. dr. Päivi Leino) to discuss their methodological choices. The workshop is organised in collaboration with the UEF Law School, the European University Institute and the Helsinki Socio-Legal Initiative (HSLI).

The event is open to all. More information about the workshop, and a registration portal, are available through this web page. Further information about the TrUE project can be found here.

Paper on transparency in EU intergovernmental institutions

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

logoOn Friday 25 September, Open Government in the EU researcher Maarten Hillebrandt, together with dr. Stéphanie Novak (Université Catholique Lille) will present a paper at a workshop on the central role of the European Council in recent EU decision making, held at LUISS Guido Carli (Rome). The paper, which deals with the role of the space to think in the EU’s intergovernmental institutions (the European Council and the Council), is planned to be included in a special issue on the European Council in the Journal of European Integration (editors: prof. Uwe Puetter and prof. Sergio Fabbrini).