Calendar

Past events

15 March 2019: Differentiated Integration as a Fair Scheme of Cooperation, workshop at the European university Institute In Florence

24 June 2019: Kick-off Meeting H2020 Project InDivEU Integrating Difference in the European Union, at the European University Institute in Florence

Nov
25
Wed
Stakeholder Forum IV | Estonia @ Zoom
Nov 25 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

The stakeholder forum will collect the insights and perspectives of key stakeholders on various models of differentiated integration. This exercise will help to develop more acceptable and effective forms of differentiated integration as well as to determine the limits of differentiation. To his end, around twenty participants, representing five different stakeholder groups, will engage in active discussions on the feasibility, desirability, and sustainability of differentiated integration.

Participation in the workshop is upon invitation only.

More about the series of events find out here.

Nov
27
Fri
‘Differentiated Integration and the Future of Europe’, Panel at TEPSA Portuguese Pre-Presidency Conference @ Online
Nov 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

On 27 November (14:00-15:00) TEPSA is organising in cooperation with its Portuguese member institute, the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI) a panel on “Differentiated Integration and the Future of Europe” in the framework of the project ‘InDivEU – Integrating Diversity in the European Union’. Moderated by  Frank Schimmelfennig (ETH Zürich), the panel will feature presentations by Stefan Telle (European University Institute), Katrin Auel (Institute for Advanced Studies Vienna), Ramūnas Vilpišauskas (Vilnius University), Maja Bučar (University of Ljubljana), and Gunilla Herolf (Swedish Institute of International Affairs).

More information on how to register for the panel is available here.

The panel is hosted by TEPSA’s Portuguese Pre-Presidency Conference (PPC). The PPC is TEPSA’s biannual flagship event, taking place right before the inauguration of each new Council Presidency. Bringing together academics, think-tankers, policy-makers, media and civil society, the conference aims to discuss the agenda and challenges of the upcoming Presidency and of the EU more broadly. Due to the current restrictions in place because of the Covid-19 pandemic we have decided to transform the traditional conference into a virtual edition. All panels and roundtables will be held through the video conferencing platform ZOOM. More information about the conference can be found here.