New Danube Region Strategy of the European Union? - Workshop of the Hungarian Europe Society

New Danube Region Strategy of the European Union? - Workshop of the Hungarian Europe Society

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Hegedűs István, Koller Boglárka, Jürgen Dieringer, Molnár Anna

After the implementation of the Baltic Sea Region Strategy, the European Union is working on the elaboration of a new macro-regional strategy for the Danube Region. As part of this area and future holder of the EU's rotating Council Presidency, Hungary would like to play a decisive role in the implementation of the new idea.

The Hungarian Europe Society (HES) is inviting you to a workshop dealing with this much debated, but less known initiative. The authors, all members of HES, will present their recent publications concerning the Danube Region Strategy of the EU.

Date:                  22 September 2010
Time:                  18:00-19:30
Venue:                Andrássy Gyula Deutschsprachige Universität, Andrássy Saal

                            1088 Budapest, Pollack Mihály tér 3. 

Program
18:00   Welcoming Remarks:                 
           István Hegedűs, Hungarian Europe Society
           Jürgen Dieringer, Andrássy University
18:10   Anna Molnár, Pannon University, Institute of Social Sciences and International Studies: The Danube Region Strategy and the experiences of different macro-regional co-operations in the EU
18:25   Boglárka Koller, King Sigismund College, Department of European Studies: The Danube - the reinvented symbol of Europe
18:40   Jürgen Dieringer, political scientist, Andrássy University and Gábor Schneider, researcher: New regional perspectives in Central Europe? - A close up picture of the Danube Region Strategy
19:00   Questions and debate
Registration deadline: 18 September 2010.

22 September 2010.
English
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