On the 5th of December 2019, SIEPS held the seminar "Ten Years of Lisbon: Success or Failure?.
Ten years have passed since the Lisbon Treaty came into force. Has the Treaty delivered? Has it been applied as originally intended? Has it been efficient to meet the policy needs?
At this seminar, we have asked four scholars to reflect on some of the institutional and constitutional changes brought by the Lisbon Treaty. In particular, they examine the Treaty’s promise to make the Union more democratic and efficient, the role of fundamental rights, and the role of the Union as a global actor. The Treaty is analyzed in light of the different crises that have plagued the Union in the last decade.
- 5 December 2019 13:00 - 15:00
- SIEPS, Torsgatan 11, 4th floor, Riksmötet
- Luuk van Middelaar – The Lisbon Treaty in a Decade of Crises: The EU’s New Political Executive (to be confirmed)
- R. Dan Kelemen – The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty: From Misdiagnosis to Ineffective Treatment
- Anne Thies – The Lisbon Treaty and EU External Relations Law Ten Years On: Accommodating Stakeholders, Values, Principles and Objectives
- Eleanor Spaventa – Fundamental Rights at the heart of the Lisbon Treaty? Changes and Challenges 10 Years On
- Göran von Sydow, Director at SIEPS
- Discussants: Ylva Nilsson, journalist and Frank Belfrage, Diplomat
- Registration from 12:30
- Coffee will be served after the seminar
- The seminar is open to the public and free of charge
- Language: English
- The seminar will be recorded