19/3 h 13-15 & 20/3/2018 h 15-17 Working groups prepare class discussion
23/3 h 11-13 & 26/3/2018 h 13-15 Students presentations and class discussion
Examples of TOPICS:
To what extent the “Better regulation” agenda is a way through which the European Commission has tried to enhance the legitimacy of EU policies? What does it obstacle the development of a more likely transnational party system? How do NPs actively contribute to the democratic functioning of the EU?…
If you want to ADD QUESTIONS, contribute to the debate sending an email to email@example.com
EUReACT starts to discuss the topic of democratic representation in the EU this week. Take part in our meetings at Presidio Mattioli: Monday 12/3 h 13-15; Tuesday 13/3 h 15-17; Friday 16/3 h 11-13. Lectures by the EUReACT Coordinator Prof. Sabrina Cavatorto.
Working groups will follow next week: Enroll yourself by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 3rd year of the EUReACT Academic Module starts 6 March 2018 at Presidio Mattioli, Siena.
Students will meet the Coordinator and other members of the EUReACT staff from h 15 to h 17 (Room M).
Download the poster AND a brief presentation of the project.
Great EUReACT group in Brussels!
Precious welcome from everyone we met at the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the EACEA.
Here the details of our study visit: http://eureact.unisi.it/events/study-visit-2017/
Experiencing EU democracy: Q&A session 2017
Ask directly your questions to political leaders and policy experts through the EUReACT live chat!
The Meeting is held in Room 3A (Presidio Mattioli). Download the program of the Event.
After the small groups sessions, the EUReACT students a.y. 2016/17 are now ready to interview politicians and policy experts about EU politics. Topics of dicussion: Citizens & the European polity; Political elites & multilevel careers; Democratic control over the EU policy making; Impact of crises & crisis management in the EU.
Join us, the Event is open to the public and will be recorded to be then available from the U-Siena Integra Platform.
Today, 22 May 2017, h 13-15 (aula 3A) Prof. Enrico Calossi joins us to present his book “Anti-Austerity Left Parties in the EU. Competion, Coordination and Integration” (2016, Pisa University Press).
See “Events/Special Guests” to download the full slide presentation.
The LAB session 2017 is going to start. Please consider the following dates:
LABORATORY ON PUBLIC OPINION SURVEY DATA (F. Olmastroni): 12/5 h 14-17 (Aula 5)
Participants learn how to search data about citizens’ attitudes & the EU.
Surveys realized by the LAPS at the University of Siena & opportunities for students are also illustrated.
LABORATORY ON MEPs BEHAVIOUR (S. Cresti): 17/5 h 14-17 (Aula 6) & 19/5 h 14-16 (Aula 5)
Participants learn how to search & analyse data about the activities of the members of the EP.
CIRCaP archives are presented on a selection of EU-related policy issues.
How to filter EU-salient Tweets and content-analyse the discourse of political leaders? A codebook has been presented to students and shared among participants in the Tutorial seminar research session.
Key questions: can we confirm that leaders belonging to the political mainstream tweet less about the EU than leaders in the eurosceptic groups? to what extent do national political leaders mention other EU countries/leaders in their tweets? which issues provoke more discussion and which are the most retweeted/favourite EU-related ashtags?
Next meeting: 26 May h 11-13 Aula 3A
Here you find the complete List of topics & readings for students presentations on 3 May h 17-19 (Aula 6) & 4 May h 11-13 (Aula 5). The session is open to the public.
- How has the public’s image of the EU changed over the last ten years? What do the Eurobarometer data tell us?
- How deliberative consultation can help address the crisis of legitimacy of the EU?
Francesco Olmastroni discussed these main topics with students. Check the above links.