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Predsedníctvo SR v Rade EÚ


Dnes je 23. november 2017, meniny má Klement

Séria voľne na seba nadväzujúcich workshopov, ktoré sa venujú rôznym aspektom predsedníctva v Rade EÚ. Pracovným jazykom workshopov je angličtina.

9. Supporting the EU Presidency: The role of the national delegate

26 May 2016

Programme

8. Drafting EU Presidency Documents

8 October 2015
Programme:
Types of Documents to be covered during the Workshop
Drafting Documents: Some practical dos and dont’s, Practical Exercise, Feedback
Luxembourg Presidenca Priorities
Speakers:
Peter Goldschmidt, Director for the European Institute for Public Administration’s antenna in Luxembourg – EIPA Luxembourg, Luxembourg Embassy representative (tbc.)

7. EU Decision-making in detail
15 June 2015
Programme:
Brief overview of the steps in the EU decision-making process
Preparation of Latvia for Presidency role - a complex process.
The decision-making process in the Council in detail
Speakers:
His Excellency Edgar Skuja, Ambassador of Latvia for Slovakia
Linda Tomase, Training Coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Latvia
Zuzana Stefankova, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs/ Faculty of Law, Paneuropeans University (MA and PhD in Law at PF UK; LLM in EU Law from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands)


6. Be better in drafting documents during the Slovak EU Presidency
16 April 2015
Programme:
Types of Documents to be Prepared during the Presidency
Drafting Documents: Some practical dos and dent’s
Presidency as Seen from another Member State (Case of the Netherlands)
Speakers:
Peter Goldschmidt, Director for the European Institute for Public Administration’s antenna in Luxembourg – EIPA Luxembourg
His Excellency Richard van Rijssen, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Slovakia

5. What it means to work in a Team Presidency
27 November 2014
Programme:
The challenges of the EU Presidency as seen by an US observer
Establishment of the Trio Presidency, opportunities for small Member State
Presidency experience in neighbouring V4 Member States
Speakers:
David Reichardt (USA),Faculty of Social Economic Sciences, Comenius University (MA an PhD in International Politics from the University of Denver, USA)
Marta Jendekova, AINova (English linguistics at FF UK Bratislava; MA in European Legal Studies, EIPA Luxembourg
Zuzana Stefankova, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs/ Faculty of Law, Paneuropeans University (MA and PhD in Law at PF UK; LLM in EU Law from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands)

4. Become introduced to your role during the Slovak Presidency
9 October 2014
Programme:
The Challenges of the EU Presidency for National Delegates & Support Teams
Documents to be prepared during the Presidency
Presidency as seen from another Member State (Case Austria)
Speakers:
Arad Benkö, Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, Deputy Head of Department / Head of Unit (European Council, General Affairs Council, Foreign Affairs Council and COREPER II Coordination)
Peter Goldschmidt, Director for the European Institute for Public Administration’s antenna in Luxembourg – EIPA Luxembourg

3. EU Decision-making in detail
12 June 2014
Programme:
Overview of the steps in the EU decision-making process as linked to the national coordination of EU affairs
The roles of institutions in the decision-making process (incl. informal trialogues)
Lithuanian Presidency experience
Speakers:
Edvilas Raudonikis, Minister-Counsellor and Chargé d’Affares a.i., Embassy of the Lithuania in Vienna
Marta Jendekova, AINova (English linguistics at FF UK Bratislava; MA in European Legal Studies, EIPA Luxembourg
Zuzana Stefankova, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs/ Faculty of Law, Paneuropeans University (MA and PhD in Law at PF UK; LLM in EU Law from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands)

2. Slovakia as an honest broker or interest defender
20 February 2014
Programme:
The Roles of the EU Presidency and the National Delegate
What to Consider when Preparing for the EU Presidency?
Experience from Austria
Speakers:
Arad Benkö, Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, Deputy Head of Department / Head of Unit (European Council, General Affairs Council, Foreign Affairs Council and COREPER II Coordination)
Peter Goldschmidt, Director for the European Institute for Public Administration’s antenna in Luxembourg – EIPA Luxembourg

1.Council working methods I
12 December 2013
Programme:
Council preparatory bodies (Council Working Parties, Coreper, Special Committees, Council)
European Council (President)
Council Presidency in the Treaties, Council Rules of Procedure (related to the Presidency) Presidency Trio, Presidency Programme (its formulation, sources)
Cooperation of the Council with European Commission and European Parliament (interinstitutional agreements, informal trialogues)
Role of General Secretariat (structure, tasks, Legal Service, Language Service…)
Speakers:
Zuzana Stefankova, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs/ Faculty of Law, Paneuropeans University (MA and PhD in Law at PF UK; LLM in EU Law from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands)
Marta Jendekova, AINova (English linguistics at FF UK Bratislava; MA in European Legal Studies, EIPA Luxembourg