Book Presentation: Emergence of a Democratic Right to Self-Determination in Europe - Katowice
We will present our multi-authored book, coordinated by Daniel Turp and Marc Sanjaume Calvet, which endeavors to presents the cases of 22 nations, which claim a right to self-determination. It looks into the struggles of the peoples of Europe from many different perspectives, be they cultural, economic, historical, legal, political or sociological.
From the 20th to the 21st century, one could observe that there has been a clear evolution towards a democratic right to self-determination, accompanied by an obligation of States to negotiate, despite resistance in some countries to the idea that peoples should be able to determine their path towards autonomy or greater autonomy, or to independence and with ties to the European Union.
Keynote Speakers and schedule
10:00 – Welcome words by Jill Evans
10:05 – Short Introduction by Daniel Turp, coordinator of the book and Member of the Advisory Scientific Council of Centre Maurits Coppieters
10:15 – The Case of Cornwall
- Joanie Willet, Lecturer at the University of Exeter
10:25 – The Catalan Countries
- Lluís Perez Lozano, Academic Director at Fundació Josep Irla
10:35 – Q&A
10:50 – Book signing and distribution
When: Saturday, 1st of April 2017
Where: Katowice, Silesia – Best Western Katowice – Green room
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This seminar is an initiative of the Centre Maurits Coppieters.
This Conference is financially supported by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not liable for the content of the conference nor the opinions of the speakers.