Ateliers


The withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union

AFCO
József Antall (4Q1)
Two paper ships with British and European union flag Two paper ships with British and European union flag
Common Fisheries Policy and BREXIT © European Union

Presentation by experts of three research papers commissioned by the Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs

- "The institutional consequences of a 'hard' Brexit" by Professor Federico FABBRINI

- "The institutional consequences of a 'bespoke' agreement with the UK based on a 'distant' cooperation model" (presentation of the key findings of a future study) by Professor Franklin DEHOUSSE

- "The institutional consequences of a 'bespoke' agreement with the UK based on a 'close' cooperation model" by Professor Michael DOUGAN


The implications of Brexit on the Irish border

AFCO
Brussels, PHS 1A002
Poster for the workshop on The implications of Brexit on the Irish border, showing the UK, Irish and EU flags Poster for the workshop on The implications of Brexit on the Irish border, showing the UK, Irish and EU flags
The implications of Brexit on the Irish border © EP

During the 28 November meeting of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, a workshop was held on 'The implications of Brexit on the Irish border'. This workshop, organised by Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs, featured four experts presenting three research papers.

Dr. David PHINNEMORE, Professor of European Politics; Dean of Education (Queen's University Belfast); Visiting Professor (College of Europe, Bruges); and Dr. Katy HAYWARD Reader in Sociology (Queen's University Belfast); Senior Research Fellow (Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice) presented the paper on 'UK Withdrawal ('Brexit') and the Good Friday Agreement'.

Dr. Lars KARLSSON, President of KGH Border Services; Former Director of World Customs Organization; Deputy Director General of Swedish Customs presented the research paper on 'Smart Border 2.0 - Avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland for Customs control and the free movement of persons'.

Dr. John TEMPLE LANG, Solicitor; Adjunct Professor in Trinity College Dublin; Senior Research Fellow in Oxford, presented the paper 'Brexit and Ireland - Legal, Political and Economic Considerations'


Democratic Complementarity: Implementing Treaty Provisions on National Parliaments

AFCO
Brussels
Poster of AFCO workshop Poster of AFCO workshop
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On Monday 20 March, the Policy Department for Citizens Rights and Constitutional Affairs organised a workshop for the AFCO Committee on "Democratic complementarity: Implementing the Treaty Provisions on National Parliaments". Three invited experts, Dr Olivier Rozenberg, Dr Diane Fromage and Dr Luís Heleno Terrinha presented their views.


The composition of the European Parliament

AFCO
Brussels
Poster for the workshop on The composition of the European Parliament Poster for the workshop on The composition of the European Parliament
Workshop: The composition of the European Parliament © EP

On 30 January 2017, Policy Department C organised a workshop for the Committee on Constitutional Affairs on the Composition of the European Parliament. Three invited experts, Prof. Friedrich Pukelsheim, Prof. Victoriano Ramírez, and Dr. Wojciech Słomczyński, presented their views.


Transparency, Accountability and Integrity of the EU institutions

AFCO
Brussels
Poster Poster
Poster

The Policy Department C organised a workshop for the Committee on Constitutional Affairs on 22 September 2015. Three experts were invited: Janos Bertok, David Coen and Roland Blomeyer.


Best practices in legislative and regulatory processes in constitutional perspective

AFCO
Brussels (room ASP 1G3)
Poster Poster
Poster

The Policy Department C organised a workshop on 17 June 2015 on "Best practices in legislative and regulatory processes in a constitutional perspective", during an AFCO committee meeting.


"Challenges in constitutional affairs in the new term: taking stock and looking forward"

AFCO