Gaustadalléen 30 (map)
ARENA is among the organisers of the international conference 'Security and Governance in the Globalised Arctic: Nordic and International Perspectives' in Aarhus 12-13 November.
This workshop focuses on Europe's civil society and on the implications of the crisis. A key assumption is that the crisis politicizes through redistributive conflicts and a ‘new politics of identity’. An important question that is considered is how the Europe of rights and citizenship confronts a Europe of increasing inequalities.
This workshop discusses the constitutional and democratic implications of developments within the domain of foreign and security policy. What, if any, is the constitutional identity of the EU in the domain of foreign and security policy? What are the democratic implications of a putative constitutionalisation of this domain?
This workshop analyses the development of a European administrative order, including agencification. Its focus is on how that relates to and reprograms national administrative orders.
This workshop takes stock of the present status of legal-democratic rule in the EU. What are the implications for democratic arrangements of increased executive dominance and technocracy, as well as more differentiation? Are there any prospects for representative-democratic institutions to ‘fight back’?