The conference will consist of parallel thematic workshops organised along the lines of PADEMIA’s seven research themes. Keynote speeches from external practitioners and EU decision makers further elaborate on the themes of the project. Moreover, the winners of the student paper competition as well as the annual research and teaching awards will be announced.
We award prizes in three different categories:
1) The PADEMIA Award for Outstanding Research on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe 2016: find the call for applications here… (deadline 25 March, 2016)
2) The PADEMIA Award for Outstanding Teaching on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe 2016: find the call for applications here… (deadline 25 March, 2016)
3) The PADEMIA Student Paper Prize 2016: find the call for applications here… (deadline 25 March, 2016)
The conference will also serve as a platform for the partner institutions to meet and discuss the management, activities and timelines of the project. Moreover, it will enable the partners to exchange teaching practices on the subject of parliamentary democracy in Europe, to offer opportunities to make contacts in Brussels, and to enhance collaboration and develop synergies for research and publications.
Find the call for papers here… (deadline 15 March, 2016)
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