UCL European Institute


The European Parliament Post-Lisbon

28 October 2010, 5:00 pm–7:00 pm

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UCL School of Public Policy

The UCL School of Public Policy has invited Professor Simon Hix (LSE) and the Head of the UK Office of the European Parliament, Michael Shackleton, to discuss legislative politics in the EU and the impact of the Lisbon Treaty.


  • Simon Hix (Professor of European and Comparative Politics, LSE)
  • Michael Shackleton (Head of the European Parliament Office, London)

Christine Reh (Lecturer in European Politics, UCL Political Science)

At this event, a renowned scholar of European Politics and the Head of the UK Office of the EP will discuss whether and how legislative politics in the EU have changed since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty on 1 December 2009. The event forms part of the Speaker Series of the UCL School of Public Policy, which every week in term time convenes a session on an issue relevant to domestic, European or international public policy and governance. The series is intended to provide a public outlet for the Department's growing research agenda, as well as a forum within which a UCL- and London-wide audience can debate a variety of policy-relevant issues and questions.

Thursday, 28 October, 5-7 pm

Council Room
UCL School of Public Policy/Department of Political Science
The Rubin Building, 29-30 Tavistock Square