The InDivEU project hosted a panel at the upcoming TEPSA Slovenian Pre-Presidency Conference, co-organised with the Centre of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana.
PPC Ljubljana took place on June 17-18, with the panel “Differentiated Integration and the Future of Europe”, which was on the second day, from 09:00-10:30 CET, and featured a number of expert panellists:
- Prof. Dr. Michael Kaeding
IPC Mercator Fellow, Jean Monnet Professor ad personam, University of Duisburg Essen, Visiting Professor,
College of Europe Bruges, TEPSA Member.
- Dubravka Šuica
Vice-President of the European Commission, Democracy and Demography.
- Dr. Sandra Kröger
Member of the InDivEU project and Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter.
- Dr. Matteo Bonomi
Assistant Project Coordinator of the EU IDEA project and Research Fellow, Istituto Affari
Internazionali, TEPSA Member.
- Dr. Magdalena Góra
Member of the EU3D project and Project Researcher, Institute of European Studies of
the Jagiellonian University, TEPSA Member.
The panel sought to answer a number of key questions about the Future of Europe and the concept of differentiated integration, including “to what extent is the Conference on the Future of Europe a viable scenario for European
reform: what do people and governments want?”