The European Union and the Greek crisis-revisiting the past
Thursday, January 16, 2020, 6-9 pm. Hall 319 (Law School Building)
18.00 Registration and welcome words
18.15 Keynote speaker: Georgette Lalis, former head of the Athens office of the European Commission’s Task Force for Greece (2011-15): “The Europeans in Greece during the crisis: what went wrong“
19.15 interventions: ioannis Papageorgiou Associate Professor, School of Political Sciences: “institutional lessons from the EU crisis”
20.30 closing intervention. Georgios Andreou, assistant Professor, School of Political Sciences “the future of the EU after the crisis”
The event is organised by the Jean Monnet Chair “the Foundations of European integration: democracy, institutions and policies” in the framework of the postgraduate course “European policy, international relations” of the Postgraduate Programme on “Governance and regional development”.
Ms. Georgette Lalis studied law (University of Strasbourg). Between 1981 and2016, she was a civil servant for the European Commission and served as Director of Maritime Transport, Consumer Goods (medicines, vehicles, cosmetics, medical devices, biotechnology), innovation and Energy policy. Between 2011 and 2015, she was the head of the Athens office of the European Commission’ s Task Force team. She was a lawyer and, between 2001 to 2004 she was head of the Ktimatolgio/Hellenic Cadastre.