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Program of Summer School

„Summer School on Democracy: Elections to the European Parliament in CEE States”

 

16/06 – Travel day

 

17/06 – Summer School opening ceremony


9.00-11.00

Welcome speech

Prof. Adam Jezierski, Rector of the University of Wroclaw

 

Welcome speech

Dr hab Piotr Sula, Deputy Director of the Political Science Institute, University of Wrocław

 

Future of the European Union

Jacek Wasik, Head of the Regional Representation of the European Commission

 

Democratic Backsliding in the European Union 

 Prof. Pawel Karolewski, Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wroclaw


11.00-12.00 Visit to the Library at the Faculty of Social Sciences


12.00-13.00 Lunch


13.00-14.30

European Parliament - meaning and position in the EU. Election Results 2019

Łukasz Kempara, Head of the European Parliament office in Wrocław

 

14.45-16.15

Euroscepticism: origins, context and challenges

Petr Just, Metropolitan University


 

18/06


9.00-11.00

European policy of Fidesz

József Dúró,Corvinus University


EP election results in Hungary

József Dúró, Corvinus University

 

11.30-13.30

European debate and the national debate on European issues in the Bulgarian media (2014-2019)

Zhana Popowa, University of Sofia

 

EP Election results in Bulgaria

Zhana Popowa, University of Sofia


13.30-14.30  Lunch


14.30-15.45

 Anti-Establishment and Protest Parties′ Performance in Second-Order Elections: Case of 2019 European Parliament Elections in Central Europe

Petr Just, Metropolitan University


 

19/06


9.00-10.15

 EP elections in Slovakia

Zsolt Gál, Comenius University

 

10.30-11.45

Eurosceptics in EP elections in Poland – Causes of their successes and failures

Aleksandra Moroska-Bonkiewicz, University of Wrocław


12.00-13.15

Historical Traditions as Sources for Czech Euroscepticism Today? How Does History Affect Recent Negative Approaches towards European Union in the Czech Society?

Petr Just, Metropolitan University


13.30-14.30 Lunch


14.30-15.45

Rethinking Euroscepticism in the light of the EP election results

József Dúró, Corvinus University


16.00-17.15

Perfect storm over Europe? Multiply, overlapping and mutually reinforcing crises of the European Union

Zsolt Gál, Comenius University

 


20/06  Presentations of PhD Students - Projects and Research Results


9.00-10.15

Value-based ideas or material interests? An explanation of Polish and Czech governmental preference formation towards Eurozone accession

Roman Novak, Ruhr University of Bochum


10.30-11.45

Social Cohesion in European Societies: Conceptualization, Theoretical Implications, and Empirical Evidence

Buraj Arugaj, Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences

 

12.00-13.15

Socio-economic Status and Populism: The Influence of the Welfare State

Pascal Siemens, Ruhr University of Bochum

 

 13.30-14.30 Lunch

 

16.00-19.00 Sightseeing Wrocław with a guide



21/06  Presentations of PhD Students - Projects and Research Results


9.00-10.15

Russia′s Eurosceptic propaganda through the religious institutions in Georgia    

Giorgi Koberidze, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

 

10.30-11.45

Multinational Corporations, Economic Growth and Foreign Direct Investment in The Post-Soviet Countries

Zviad Barkaia, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

 

12.00-13.15

Interaction of integration projects of the European and Eurasian regions

Enlik Dossymkhan, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University 


13.30-14.30  Lunch

 

14.30-17.00  Work in groups

 

Weekend


22/06  Visiting museums and presentations


10.00-12.00 Center of the History “Depot”


12.00-13.00 Lunch


13.00-14.00

Integration of the Republic of Poland with the European Union in the years 1988-2019 

Ewa Woźniak-Wawrzyniak, University of Wrocław

 

14.00-15.00

Challenges to European integration and future of the EU

Zsolt Gál, Comenius University

 


23/06  Cultural program - Trip to the adit in Walim



24/06  Work on presentations and final report


9.00-14.00  Work in groups

 

14.00-15.00  Lunch

 

16.00-18.00 Visiting European Commission in Europe House in Wrocław

ERASMUS Plus – possible breakthrough in your life

Paweł Brusiło, Regional Representation of the European Commission



25/06 Work on presentations and final report


9.00-13.00  Work in groups

 

13.00-14.00 Lunch


14.00-17.00 Work in groups

 


26/06  Presentations of the research outcomes and final report


9.00-10.30 Group 1

What do Europeans think about Europe?


10.45-12.15 Group 2

The future of European Union in light of mainstream parties election programs (in 2019).

 

 Lunch 12.30-13.30


13.30-15.00 Group 3

Various Faces of Party-Based Euroscepticism - East-West Comparison.


15.15-16.45 Group 4

Eurosceptics in European Parliament – does it really matter?

 

18.00  Farewell party


 

27/06 – Travel day

 

 

 

data utworzenia/modyfikacji: 14 czerwiec 2019 o 14:08:30autor:   Piotr Sula

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