European University Institute State of the Union

Video recordings of previous sessions

6 May 20165 May 2016

Palazzo Vecchio


Morning sessions – Palazzo Vecchio, Salone dei Cinquecento


Welcome address

The State of the Union Address

Women and Conflict

Europe and Russia: Partnership vs. Brinkmanship


Afternoon session I – Palazzo Vecchio, Salone dei Cinquecento


Religion, Marginalisation and Radicalisation


Afternoon session II – Palazzo Vecchio, Salone dei Cinquecento


Women in Leadership

From Rome to Lisbon and beyond: reassessing the fundamentals

Badia Fiesolana and Villa Schifanoia


Morning sessions – Badia Fiesolana, Refettorio


The State of the Union: Women in Europe and the World

Parallel session I
Can the Refugee Crisis Make or Break Europe?

Parallel session VI
Populism in Europe


Morning sessions – Badia Fiesolana, Teatro


Parallel session II
Governance of Transatlantic Economic Relations: What Role for the TTIP?

Parallel session V
Women in Leadership


Morning sessions – Badia Fiesolana, Max Weber Programme common room


Parallel session III
Disorder, Transition and Women in the Middle East

Parallel session IV
Employment and Social Affairs


Morning sessions – Villa Schifanoia – Sala Europa



‘Bad banks’, state aids, and non-performing loans

Effects on banks of negative interest rates

Resolution – can the BRRD with bailins work?

Keynote speech


Afternoon sessions – Badia Fiesolana – Refettorio


Parallel session VIII
Role of Women in Conflict and Peacemaking

Parallel session X
Women and Political Participation and Mobilization in the EU: Still a Gender Gap?


Afternoon sessions – Badia Fiesolana – Teatro


Parallel session VII
Women as Leaders in the Migration Process

Parallel session XI
Sexual and Reproductive Politics


Afternoon sessions – Badia Fiesolana – Max Weber programme Common Room


Parallel session IX
Violence Against Women in Europe

Parallel session XII
Showcasing the Gender Dimension in the Work of EUI Alumnae


Debate on the occasion of the Charlemagne Prize – Rome – Musei Capitolini

Debate on the occasion of the Charlemagne Prize in the framework of THE STATE OF THE UNION 2016 conference organised by the European University Institute.


J.H.H. Weiler, President, European University Institute


Jean-Claude Juncker, President, European Commission

Martin Schulz, President, European Parliament

Donald Tusk, President, European Council