Conférence
 
Paris, 26 June 2015 – The Schengen area under threat: Problem or solution?
23/06/2015
 
30 years after the signature of the Schengen Agreement, the Jacques Delors Institute put into perspective the member states’ cooperation in the areas of police and the judiciary, as well as the control and solidarity mechanisms upon which external border monitoring relies

30 years after the signature of the Schengen Agreement, the Jacques Delors Institute put into perspective the member states’ cooperation in the areas of police and the judiciary, as well as the control and solidarity mechanisms upon which external border monitoring relies.

 

Friday 26 June 2015

12.15 – 14.30

Hôtel de l’Industrie,

4, place Saint Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris

 

 

Cocktail – lunch > 12.15 – 12.45

 

Welcoming address 12h45 – 12h50

 

Jean-Claude HOUDOIN, President, European Movement – Paris

 

 

 

The Schengen area under threat 12h50 – 14h30

 

– Johannes DE CEUSTER, Head of Unit borders management and Schengen, EuropeanCommission

– Marietta KARAMANLI, Socialist representative, National assembly

– António VITORINO, President, Jacques Delors Institute, former Commissionner in charge for internal affairs and justice. 

 

Debate moderated by  Yves PASCOUAU, associated senior research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute and Director at the EPC.

 

Mandatory registration

 

This event is recorded and broadcasted by EuradioNantes, in partnership with the Jacques Delors Institute, as part of a cycle called “Autour de Schengen”, hosted by Yves Pascouau.