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We are very happy to invite all EUReACT students since the a.y. 2015/16 to take part in the EUReACT Conference 2018, PATTERNS OF MULTILEVEL DEMOCRACY IN THE EU.
Download the programme here and please send an email to email@example.com if you want to be actively part of the working groups. Sessions will be available on the U-Siena Integra Platform. Certificate of attendance awarded at the end of the Event.
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The Revision of the Directive on the Posting of Workers has been analysed and discussed by participants.
Students were guided in examining the procedure file from the EP Legislative Observatory OEIL and the EP vote in 1st reading during the Plenary session on 29 May 2018. Here an update briefing about the process.
9AM-11AM Presidio Mattioli – Room 6
Speakers: Jo Beall (Director Education and Society) & Emily Morrison (Research manager), British Council
Chair: Francesco Olmastroni (EUReACT Staff) University of Siena
A Europe Direct-Siena initiative (in Italian) – Open to the public
28 May 2018 h 10 Aula Magna storica – Rettorato
Dibattito “Verso le elezioni europee del 2019”
Partecipano i Prof. Daniele Pasquinucci (Università di Siena),
Prof. Luca Verzichelli Università di Siena & EUReACT Staff)
& l’Europarlamentare Laura Agea (Movimento 5 Stelle)
SAVE the DATES: 21/5 h 13-16 Room 4 & 25/5 h 16-18 Room 3B at Presidio Mattioli
An Introdution about How the European Parliament works will be given. Then, MEPs behaviour & activism will be examined making practical use of existing archives. Eurosceptic attitudes will be also taken into consideration comparatively.
Lectures by Simone Cresti & Paolo Marzi (from the EUReACT Staff).
A Citizens Dialogue on The Future of Cohesion policy beyond 2020 has been organized by the Tuscany Region & the Comittee of the Regions (CoR). Together with the Coordinator, a selected group of EUReACT students will take part to this Event 2018.
This morning 4 May h 11-13 at Presidio Mattioli Prof. Francesco Olmastroni introduced the Laboratory on Public Opinion Survey Data, this year attended by two different classes of students: the first group comes from the Master Course in International Sciences/European Studies (Department of Political and International Sciences); the second group is enrolled in the Master in Public and Cultural Diplomacy (Department of Social, political and Cognitive Sciences). Next meeting will be on Friday 11 May h 11-13.
Crucial points emphasized during the 1st LAB session:
- How to judge survey data: Are they reliable enough?
- Random or probability strategies
- The experimental design
- Preparing and testing the questionnaire
- Developing data analysis: the “codebook-coding-dataset” relation