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Two Challenges to Democratic Citizenship: Is the EU the Solution or Part of the Problem?

In an effort to achieve a clearer view of what it means to be European today, four cultural and academic centres in London, the Institute of Philosophy (University of London School of Advanced Study), the Forum for European Philosophy (London School of Economics), the Goethe Institute and the Institut Français, have come together to host a special series of discussions on European identity.

The formation of the European Union has raised new questions about European identity and new problems about citizenship. Can the idea of 'European citizenship' really be applied to the inhabitants of the diverse collection of nation states grouped in the EU? Can the EU really be a democratic institution? Is more democracy good for the EU, and is it effective for its 'citizens'?


Professor Richard Bellamy | talks


Date and Time:

7 May 2008 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



U8, Tower One
London School of Economics
Portugal Street
0207 955 7539
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Forum for European Philosophy, LSE
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It will take place in Room G108, 20 Kingsway, LSE

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