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GTGC Democracy and Citizenship Research Roundtable

Monday 28 February 2022

The Hague
Room 4.78

The Democracy and Citizenship thematic area is convening a series of bi-monthly meetings for scholars of Leiden University on challenges for democracy and citizenship posed by today's global transformations. 

This is the launch event and will take place between 16.00 and 18.00 on Monday, 28 February 2022 in Wijnhaven, Room 4.78. For this first session, the conveners of this group, Anastasia Ershova, Aleksandra Khokhlova, and Jan Aart Scholte, assemble a roundtable of colleagues who will give short presentations of their projects followed by a discussion and a Q&A session. 

List of presentations:

  • Adina Akbik ‘The European Parliament in legislative oversight: Holding EU executive actors to account.’
  • Jan Scholte ‘Citizen Legitimacy Beliefs toward Global Governance.’
  • Dimiter Toshkov ‘Trust in international organizations and political ideology.’
  • Daniela Vicherat Mattar ‘Why do cities and care matter to "democracy and citizenship".’
  • Nikoleta Yordanova, Anastasia Ershova, Aleksandra Khokhlova ‘Willingness and Capacity for EU Policy Action in Turbulent Times: Conflicts, Positions and Outcomes.’

If you would like to join this seminar, please contact Aleksandra Khokhlova so that we ensure compliance with the University’s guidance for in-person events.

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