EuroChallenge > Public Outreach
Public Outreach and Dissimination Activities
Public talks and debates
Ben Rosamond “Europe's Global Challenges: market, law and society”, EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Copenhagen 17 September 2013. Podcast of the lecture available here
Hans-Jörg Trenz "Europe after the crisis: The making or the unmaking of a political union?", EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Copenhagen 12 November 2013. Podcast of the lecture available here
Rebecca Adler-Nissen "‘Lazy Greeks’ and ‘Nazi Germans’: Negotiating International Hierarchies in the Euro Crisis", EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Copenhagen 28 October 2014. Podcast of the lecture available here
Deniz N. Duru "Multiculturalism and Conviviality in Europe and Beyond", EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Copenhagen 4 November 2014. Podcast not available from this lecture
Hans-Jörg Trenz organized in cooperation with the German embassy a public event on the European Parliament elections: From secondary to primary? May 2014, University of Copenhagen.
Marlene Wind co-chaired the big public conference: Danmark’s Fremtid i EU’s Retlige Samarbejde (Denmark’s Future in EU Justice and Home Affairs), 3 November 2015, University of Copenhagen. The conference was co-organised by Centre for European Politics, KU and The Danish think tank Europa.
Marlene Wind invited to talk about the Danish Justice and Home Affairs Opt-out at the Ministry of Transport, 1 September 2015, Copenhagen.
Marlene Wind invited speaker on Europe’s Future at the Annual Ambassador Meeting in the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 28 August 2015, Copenhagen
Marlene Wind invited to give a public talk about What could be the political and economic consequences of a Grexit from the Eurozone at an event organised by Fondsmæglerselskabet Investering & Tryghed, June 2015, Copenhagen
Marlene Wind invited public talk at Kammeradvokaten (The Legal Adviser to the Danish Government). The event was organised by Dansk Forening for Europaret (DFE), May 2015, Copenhagen
Marlene Wind gave the talk 'Who is afraid of European Constitutionalism’ at the Danish Foreign Ministry, 26 March 2015, Copenhagen
Marlene Wind invited speaker at the Conference on the Refugee Crisis organised by the Danish Red Cross. Talk entitled: “EU’s Asylum Policy and the Danish Justice and Home Affairs Opt-Out”, 10 February 2015, Copenhagen
Mikael Rask Madsen gave the talk ’Domstole og den ny internationale retsorden’ at the Day of Research, Academy of Science, 26 April 2016, Copenhagen
Mikael Rask Madsen ’Human Rights in Europe: Past, Present, Future’, speech and discussion with French Ambassador to Denmark, François Zimeray, The Students Human Rights Association, 2016, Copenhagen
Rebecca talk til retsforbeholdskonference Rebecca Adler-Nissen was invited to give a public talk on ’Tilvalg eller parallelaftaler? – erfaringer fra UK’ at the conference Danmark’s Fremtid i EU’s Retlige Samarbejde (Denmark’s Future in EU Justice and Home Affairs), 3 November 2015, University of Copenhagen. The conference was co-organised by Centre for European Politics, KU and The Danish think tank Europa.
Rebecca Adler-Nissen invited speaker at a public seminar about EU’s legal policies organised by DEO - The Democracy in Europe Organisation (DEO), a liberal adult education organisation working to promote a participatory European democracy, 2 June 2015, Copenhagen
Rebecca Adler-Nissen invited by the Danish Parliament’s Committee on European Affairs to talk and debate the Danish opt-out from EU justice and home affairs. Public event, Folketingets 26 November 2015, Copenhagen.
Many of the EuroChallenge researchers contribute on a regular basis to the public debate and are often used as experts in the media. Below is a list of selected written contributions.
Ben Rosamond ‘The UK’s EU Renegotiation: View from Denmark’, online article at European Futures academic blog from the University of Edinburgh and the Edinburgh Europa Institute, Published 19 February 2016. Available from: http://edin.ac/1QoFPZH
Ben Rosamond and Holly Snaith ‘The new view from The Bridge’ online article at speri.comment: the political economy blog, University of Sheffield. Published 19 January 2016. Available at http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/2016/01/19/the-new-view-from-the-bridge/
Ben Rosamond and J Hopkin ‘Deficit fetishism and the art of political bullshit: Part I’ Online article at speri.comment: the political economy blog, University of Sheffield. Published 15 July 2015. Available at: http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/2015/07/15/deficit-fetishism-art-political-bullshit-part/
Ben Rosamond and J Hopkin ‘Deficit fetishism and the art of political bullshit: Part II’ Online article at speri.comment: the political economy blog, University of Sheffield. Published 22 July 2015. Available at: http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/2015/07/22/deficit-fetishism-art-political-bullshit-part-ii/
Mikael Rask Madsen and Salvatore Caserta “Carabisk frihed i Londons skygge” published in Weekendavisen, 20 December 2013
Mikael Rask Madsen 'Med international ret skal land bygges?' published in Berlingske Tidende. Co-author Henrik Palmer Olsen, 23 May 2014
Mikael Rask Madsen 'Domstolen i modvind' published in Jyllandsposten. Co-author Jonas Christoffersen, 26 November 2013
Marlene Wind (WP2) is a permanent columnist on European Affairs in the Daily Danish Newspaper Politiken.
Marlene Wind ’EU-Domstolen er fællesskabets største succes’ debating article in Altinget, 29 January 2015
Marlene Wind ’Danmarks enegang koster dyrt’ article on the consequences of Denmark’s opt-out from the EU Green Card system. Article in RÆSON, March 2014. Co-author Eva Maria Gram
Holly Snaith: News Broadcast - the New View from the Bridge, 21 February 2016
Holly Snaith: BBC world service radio interview on the Øresund bridge, 4 January 2016
Rebecca Adler-Nissen interviewed to both the French newspaper La Croix and the French media outlet CONTEXT about the Right Wings Parties’ Rhetoric in the debate on Europe, 17 June 2015
Marlene Wind chaired an event broadcasted live by the Danish television news channel TV2- NEWS a public debate co-organised by Centre for European Politics, KU and TV2-NEWS on the European Parliament Election, May 2014.