Veranstaltungen: Dokumentation

6.3.2003

Program and Papers

Friday, February 28, 2003

Opening session in the Hungarian Parliament, Upper House

5.30 p.m.
Welcome Address
Charles-Michel Geurts, Counsellor, Head of the Political, Economic and Pre-Accession Section, The Delegation of the European Commission to Hungary
Thomas Krueger, President of the Federal Agency for Civic Education, Germany, Speech
Georgios A. Papandreou, Foreign Minister of Greece, Greeting paper
5.45 p.m.
Opening Speech
The Enlargement of the European Union and the Future of Europe
Gyula Horn, former Hungarian Prime Minister
6.30 p.m.
Discussion Round Table on the Future of Europe:
Political Reform and Active Citizenship
Marianne Bonnard, Secretary General JEF Europe, Belgium
Daniel Tarschys, University of Stockholm, Sweden; former Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Chair: András Inotai, Director of the Hungarian Institute of World Economics

Saturday, March 1, 2003

At the Central European University Center (CEU)

Parallel workshops in the morning and the afternoon:
Debates on the Future of the Europe – Contributions to the European convention

9.00 a.m.-1.00 p.m. (11.00 a.m. Coffee break)
Workshop I:
On the Way to an European Constitution?
Charlotte Bretherton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Paper
Alicja M.Herbowska, Member of the European Youth Convention, Poland, Reporting
Juergen Meyer, Representative of the German Parliament to the European Convention
Charlotte Roffiaen, Administrator of Active Citizenship Network, Italy
Thomas Rupp, Coordinator of the European Referendum Campaign, Board Member of the Initiative & Referendum Institute Europe, Netherlands
Chair: Hans Vorländer, University of Dresden, Germany
Reporter: Manuela Schauerhammer, Member of the Youth Convention, Germany

Workshop II:
Freedom – Security – Justice. Towards a Common Internal and Security Policy in the European Union?
Ece Göztepe-Celebi, University of Muenster, Germany, Paper
Urszula Pallasz, Senior Advizer to the Minister Danuta Huebner, Poland, Paper
Rainer Muenz, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Pawel Swieboda, Director of the Department for EU and Accession Negotiations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
Gilles Van der Stuyft, Member of the European Youth Convention, Belgium
Chair: Otmar Hoell, Director of the Institute for International Affairs, Austria
Reporter: Steve Mees, Member of the European Youth Convention, Belgium

Workshop III:
Democratization of the European Union
Irena Belohorská, Representative of the Slovak Parliament to the European Convention
Magdalena Larsén, Development Director, Institute for Citizenship, UK
Miles Kemp, Member of the European Youth Convention, United Kingdom, Paper
Chair: Attila Ágh, University of Economics Budapest, Hungary
Reporter: Arpad Rozsas, University of Economics Budapest, Hungary

3.00 – 6.00 p.m. (4.30 - 5.00 p.m. Coffee break)
Workshop IV:
Economic and Social Governance in the European Union
Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann, Representative of the European Parliament to the European Convention, Germany
Lukás Macek, Adviser of the Convention Member Josef Zieleniec, Czech Republic
Maria Stratigaki, President of the Advisory Committee on Equal Opportunities of Women and Men of the European Commission, Greece, Paper
Anita Stefin, Member of the European Youth Convention, Slovenia
Chair: Petr Pavlik, Centrum pro Gender Studies Prag, Czech Republic
Reporter: Jozsef Mocsari, University of Economics Budapest, Hungary

Workshop V:
The European Union as Global Player?
Anne de Boer, East West Dialog, Netherlands
Gerhard Tusek, Substitute of Hannes Farnleitner, Representative of the Austrian Government to the European Convention
Faik Tunay, Member of the European Youth Convention, Turkey, Paper
Brigitte Young, University of Muenster, Germany
Chair: Fernando Vallespin, the University Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Reporter: Allan Siao Ming Witherick, Member of the Youth Convention, UK

Workshop VI:
Civil Society and Communication on an European Level
Miriam Anati, Programme Director of the EU Accession Monitoring Program (EUMAP) of the Open Society Institute Budapest
Daniel Kraft, Tschechien Portal – nemecko portal
Isabel Menezes, University of Porto, Portugal, Paper
Norbert Schreiber, Vice-President of the european-journalists e.V.
Chair: Maté Szabo, Eötvas Lorand Universität, Hungary
Reporter: Brigitte Krech, Consultant/WWF-European Policy Office, Belgium

Sunday, March 2, 2003

9.00 – 10.30 a.m.
Plenum Session
The general assembly of the conference is going to decide about the final report of the conference to be delivered to the European Convention and the statements defined in the panels

11.00 a.m.
Final Speech: The Future of Europe and the European Constitution István Stumpf, former Head of the Prime Minister's Office, Hungary Chair: David Vaughan, chief editor, Radio Praha, Czech Republic

12.00 a.m.
Final discussion


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