Federalism and the Future of the Diverse EU

date: 21 March 2024 - 22 March 2024

location: Budapest

presenters: Tímea Dr. Heinerné Barzó, László Trócsányi, András Zs. Varga, Bertrand Mathieu, Mariusz Muszyński, David Sehnálek, Lilla Berkes, Aleksander Stępkowski, Bojan Tubić, Michal Petr, Alexander Graser, Alena Krunková, Marieta Safta, Giacinto della Cananea, Petar Bačić, Tudorel Toader

moderators: János Ede Szilágyi, Katarzyna Zombory, György Marinkás, Lilla Berkes

themes: federalism; future of the EU; diversity

On 21-22 March 2024, the Central European Academy will organise a conference entitled “Federalism and the Future of the Diverse EU”, in cooperation with the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Miskolc, the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law and the Central European Comparative Law Association.

The conference aims to examine how the Member States of the European Union, and in particular individual institutions, operate (and can operate), in achieving a cooperative cohabitation, and what processes and institutions might need to be rethought (e.g. redefining EU and Member State competences, revising the principle of preemption, better understanding of the process of federalism, ever closer union etc.).

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