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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).

Intervention of Jacques Delors to the Convention of the civil company

The first Convention of the civil company organized at the European level, Economic and Social Committee European, Brussels, October 15-16, 1999. Only in French.

15/10/1999 Tribune - Jacques Delors

From the single currency to the single ballot-box

The Creation of the ECB, elections, and the formation of a new Commission. In this context our European Steering Committee made ​​15 proposals with the goal of feeding the European public debate.

23/11/1998 European Orientation Committee - European Steering Committee and Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa
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