Online Debate: “European Solidarity in Action and the Future of Europe: Views from the Capitals”, February 26, 14:00

Join the online debate: “Solidarity in Action and the Future of Europe – Views from the Capitals” organised by TEPSA along with the Political and Governance Studies Department of the College of Europe.

This debate will be an occasion to present TEPSA’s most recent publication of its book series aiming at bringing the Member States perspectives on the theme of solidarity, touching upon several areas, from COVID-19 to economy and migration. During the debate, three of the authors of the book will present their chapter and open a broader discussion with participants on the role of solidarity in the future of Europe.

The event is moderated by Prof. Michael KAEDING(TEPSA, College of Europe, Duisburg-Essen University and as from Feb-Oct. 2021, IPC Mercator Fellow), editor of the book series, with the participation of the Rector of the College, Federica MOGHERINI, and the interventions of:

  • Juha JOKELA, TEPSA & Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA, Finland);
  • Eleonora POLI, TEPSA & Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI, Italy);
  • Ramunas VILPISAUSKAS, TEPSA & Institute of International Relations and Political Science – Vilnius University (Lithuania).

The event will take place on WebEx on Friday, 26 February, from 14:00 to 15:30. 

Registration to the event using the form below is mandatory, the link to the online meeting will be included in the confirmation email.

Register here.

This event takes place in the framework of the upcoming the publication of TEPSA’s new book in the Views from the Capitals series, which will focus on Solidarity and the Future of Europe. The series, edited by Michael KaedingJohannes Pollak and Paul Schmidt, maps and analyses political phenomena across the continent. Over 40 authors give their expert views on the EU, on neighbouring countries, and on candidate countries. The Views from the Capitals book series is a political travel guide, taking you on a tour through the political diversity of Europe. You can learn more here.