In the context of the economic, social and democratic crisis the EU has been facing since 2008, the May 2014 European elections are crucial, since they will determine les European institutions which will frame the after-crisis EU. They give us the opportunity of an enlightening debate about the new perspectives and political objectives to be defined.
It is also because the financial, economic and democratic challenges of these elections will be clearly perceptible , that the French and European citizens will be able to fully be involved in it. In this perspective, Notre Europe Jacques Delors Institute, Terra Nova and Science Po propose a series of three public conferences about the after-crisis European Union, around three major concerns : the financial crisis consequences ; the economic and social challenges ; and the democratic future of the European Union. This conferences will allow European representatives to draw their analysis and recommendations about those topics by answering both experts and citizens questions.
Tuesday 29 April 2014
from 19h15 to 21h15
at Science Po – Amphithéâtre Jean Moulin
13 rue de l’Université
Introduction, Renaud Dehousse, Director of the European study center of Sciences Po
Panel moderated by Mathias Thépot financial journalist at La Tribune
Pervenche Berès, Member of the European Parliament Socialist Party, former president of the Commission of Economic and monetary affairs in the European Parliament
Jean-Marie Cavada, Member of the European Parliament, Nouveau Centre- MoDem
Michel Barnier, Commissioner for internal market and services
Debate with the questioners :
Laurence Scialom, Financial regulation group in Terra Nova
Debate with the audience