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Multi-level governance and active subsidiarity for sustainable recovery and resilience  

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Workshop co-organised by the European Committee of the Regions & Conference of Regional Legislative Assemblies of the EU (CALRE)​ within the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities​. 

Addressing crisis, but also establishing sound and efficient long-term policies adopting legislation and regulation at the right government level (subsidiarity) and implementing these in a spirit of partnership and coordination between all levels of government (MLG) is essential. The success of the EU is built on this concept of cooperation and solidarity between Member States and between regions and cities. In this context, is MLG and active subsidiarity enough to ensure a sustainable recovery?

Workshop programme:

11:30 - 11:35 Introduction

Moderator: Mark Speich (DE/EPP), Secretary of State for Federal, European and International Affairs in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), and chair of CIVEX commission of the European Committee of the Regions

11:35 - 12:15 Trade-offs between strong regional powers, leadership and multi-level governance in the recovery agenda

Debate and dialogue with:

  • Simona Piattoni, Professor University of Trento, Italy
  • Serafín Pazos-Vidal, Author of book on Subsidiarity and EU Multilevel Governance: Actors, Networks and Agendas
  • Dorothée Allain-Duppré, OECD, Head of Regional Development and Multi-Level Governance Division Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities (CFE)
Illustrative image from a video camera VIDEO TESTIMONIALS:

  • Karl Heinz Lambertz (BE/PES), Chair of the European Committee of the Regions Subsidiarity Steering Group, President of the Parliament of the German-speaking Community of Belgium
  • Francesca Campolongo, Deputy Director of the 'Growth and Innovation' Directorate and the Head of the ‘Finance & Economy" Unit of the European Commission Joint Research Centre
  • European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS)​

12:15 - 12:55 Panel II: Assessing the functioning of multi-level governance in the context of the recovery and resilience agenda - the perspective of EU Regional Legislative Assemblies

Moderator: Antje Grotheer (DE/PES), Vice-President of Bremen City Parliament (Germany) and member of the European Committee of the Regions​

Debate and dialogue with:

  • Blanca Martín Delgado (ES/PES), President of Extremadura Regional Assembly
  • Roberto Ciambetti (IT/ECR), president of the Regional Council of Veneto, member of the European Committee of the Regions
  • Piero Mauro Zanin, President and Member of the Regional Council of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, member of the European Committee of the Regions
Illustrative image from a video camera VIDEO TESTIMONIALS:

  • Gustavo A. Matos Expósito (ES/PES), President of the Parliament of the Canary Islands and President of the  Conference of European Regional Legislative Assemblies (CALRE)
  • Karl Freller, Vice-President of the Bavarian State Parliament, Germany

12:55 - 13:00 Conclusion

Moderator: Mark Speich (DE/EPP), Secretary of State for Federal, European and International Affairs in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and chair of CIVEX commission of the European Committee of the Regions


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LINKS AND REFERENCES:

  • Piattoni, Simona.  The theory of multi-level governance: conceptual, empirical, and normative challenges. Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • Piattoni, Simona and Justus Schönlau. Shaping EU Policy from Below. EU Democracy and the Committee of the Regions .Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar, 2015.
  • Pazos-Vidal, Serafin. Subsidiarity and EU Multilevel Governance. Actors, Networks and Agendas. Abingdon: Routledge, 2019.

Find out more about the European Week of Regions and Cities (europa.eu)



Contact:
Contact Person: CIVEX secretariat
Organizer: CIVEX commission of the European Committee of the Regions and the Conference of Regional Legislative Assemblies of the EU (CALRE) within the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities organised by the European Committee of the Regions and the Eu

Partner: Conference of Regional Legislative Assemblies of the EU (CALRE)

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