International Summer School 2019
Europe and its Regions
ARL International Summer School 2019
28 to 30 October 2019 in Hannover (Germany)
Regions play an important role in the architecture of the European Union. The EU's multilevel governance system provides for close cooperation of regions among themselves and with actors on other levels, both national and international. This leads to questions such as: How does multilevel governance work in practice? What is the role of the Committee of the Regions in the institutional structure of the EU? And why is cohesion policy significant for Lower Saxony?
The aim of the ARL International Summer School 2019 is to critically examine “Europe of the regions” as a leitmotif for European integration. Participants will discuss conceptual, methodological, and empirical contributions that use innovative approaches to exploring the role of regions in Europe’s multilevel governance system.
Public Opening Ceremony of the ARL International Summer School 2019
28 October 2019 in Hannover (Germany)
The ARL International Summer School starts on 28 October 2019 at 5 pm with a Public Opening Ceremony at Altes Rathaus Hannover (old town hall).
Public lectures (in English) by
- Birgit Honé
Minister of Federal and European Affairs and Regional Development (Lower Saxony state government)
- Professor Simin Davoudi
Director of the Global Urban Research Unit (GURU) at Newcastle University
Drinks and get-together after the lectures.