The Future of the European Union: Public Discussions
7. Juli 2021: Speed Mentoring with young scientists at the European Consortium for Political Science and Gender Pre-Conference.
24th June 2021: Online Presentation and discussion with members of the European Parliament.
10.-12. June 2021 ECPR EU Standing Group online Conference with a Panel chaired by Stefanie Wöhl und Muireann O'Dwyer (St. Andrews University): "Gender and European Integration. Theories, Policies and Methodologies https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/P...
Public Lecture Series (in German only) "Diversität und soziale Integration in der EU" Winter term 2020/21. For more information click here.
Interview with Stefanie Wöhl on "ORF 2" May 4th 2020 in "Kulturmontag" and 3SAT on the effects of Covid-19 on private households.
Prof. (FH) Dr. Stefanie Wöhl, Jean Monnet Chair, and Gabriele Heinisch-Hosek (SPÖ) discuss the effects for women in the Covid-19 crisis in an online public round table (in German language only). 23rd April 2020, 18.00 - 19.00 CET
Public Round Table Discussion on 20th November 2019 at the University of Applied Sciences BFI
The round table discussed the state and future of the European Union following the inauguration of the EU Commission in December 2019 and took up topics such as the new EU budget, solidarity between member states and the social pillar as well as the EU foreign and military policy. The event presented the new book just published by the Jean Monnet Chair and colleagues at UAS BFI titled "The State of the European Union. Fault Lines in European Integration" published with VS Springer Press in 2019. Click here for more details on the book, which was the starting point of the round table discussion.
The Round table was moderated by a journalist of an Austrian newspaper and participants were Prof.(FH) Dr. Elisabeth Springler (economist), PD Dr. Thomas Roithner (Peace and Security Researcher) and the Jean Monnet Chair Prof.(FH) Dr. Stefanie Wöhl.
Venue: University of Applied Sciences BFI, Wohlmuthstrasse 22, 1020 Vienna. Subway: "Messe-Prater" U2. The event is free and followed by a small reception.