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The Jacques Delors Institute works to analyse and to deepen the European Union’s democratic dimension, on the basis of three main themes: representative democracy (European and national parliaments, political parties), participatory democracy ...
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Eurozone and democracy(ies) : a misleading debate
EU no, euro yes? European public opinions facing the crisis (2007-2012)
From institutional Reform to Mass Politics or How to Engage Citizens in the Union of Lisbon
Post-national democracy and the reform of the European Parliament
Euroscepticism or Europhobia: voice vs. exit?
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European Democracy

The Jacques Delors Institute works to analyse and to deepen the European Union’s democratic dimension, on the basis of three main themes: representative democracy (European and national parliaments, political parties), participatory democracy (European and national elections, referendums, citizen deliberations, etc.) and European public sphere (in particular, the tracking of European public opinion).

Videos of Tomorrow's Europe

Videos of last weekend's event are now available for viewing

17/10/2007 Seminar

First EU-wide Deliberative Poll successfully creates EU public space

362 European citizens participated over the weekend in Tomorrow's Europe, the first EU-wide Deliberative Poll. Italian finance minister and president of Notre Europe Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa noted after taking part in the event, "This process is an ...

16/10/2007 Article

EU Observer : EU citizens to gather for Brussels brainstorm

"Fifty years after the creation of what has become today's European Union, one of its abiding problems remains that it is not really any closer to understanding what citizens across its 27 member states really want from it. Now a pioneering project ...

11/10/2007 Article

Lisbon, 18 October 2007 - Release of full results of Tomorrow's Europe, the first EU-wide deliberative poll

On the very first day of the EU Summit in Lisbon, the publication of the results of this consultation is bound to surprise and provide added value: How will the views of ordinary citizens evolve after they have met? Will EU decision makers listen? ...

10/10/2007 Conference

Back to the future (for good this time)?

There is a good chance that Heads of State or Government will agree on a new Reform Treaty in Lisbon on 18-19 October. This could mean that the European Union is on the verge of a new phase, when it can stop haggling over institutional arrangements ...

09/10/2007 Tribune

France's EU policy elite still ponders consulting the voters

By applying Deliberative Polling ® beyond national borders, there is a chance that we can begin to understand what citizens would want for the EU if they could all meet and hear all sides of the argument.

09/10/2007 Article - Stephen Boucher and Henri Monceau
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