DIE ZUKUNFT EUROPAS. Wir wollen einen Beitrag dazu leisten, dass es auch in Zukunft ein vereintes, demokratisches Europa gibt –. Ein Europa für Alle-Deine Stimme gegen Nationalismus! Diakonie Deutschland unterstützt europaweite Demonstrationen. Bundesweite Demonstrationen in 6. Entspannt und friedlich ein Zeichen für Europa setzen: In Berlin demonstrieren Tausende Menschen gegen Nationalismus. Anlass ist die.
Demo für Europa: Tausende gehen in Berlin auf die StraßeWir rufen auf zu den Demonstrationen unter dem Motto EIN EUROPA FÜR ALLE – DEINE STIMME GEGEN NATIONALISMUS, weil wir für ein ganz anderes. Auch in anderen Ländern gibt es Corona-Demos - mal für, mal gegen Anti-Corona-Demo in Spanien. Quelle: M. Dylan/EUROPA PRESS/dpa. Ein Europa für Alle-Deine Stimme gegen Nationalismus! Diakonie Deutschland unterstützt europaweite Demonstrationen. Bundesweite Demonstrationen in 6.
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Several of the experiments have the students exploring thermodynamics in a wonderfully kid-friendly way. The Center for the Study of Federalism CSF , founded in , is an interdisciplinary research, educational and service institute dedicated to the study of federal principles, institutions and processes as practical means of organizing political power in a free society.
By initiating, sponsoring and conducting research and educational programs, the Center seeks to increase and disseminate knowledge of federal systems — the American and others — and federalism in general, and to develop specialists in the growing field of intergovernmental relations.
The Center for the Study of Federalism is one of the preeminent institutions of its kind in the world examining questions of federalism and intergovernmental relations.
CSF undertakes a number of research and educational programs. The Center undertakes comparative studies of federalism and related problems, critically examines the idea of federalism in both its theoretical and practical dimensions and disseminates the results of its work.
The Center has an extensive publications program in both comparative and American federalism as well as covenant and civil society. In March of , the Center was named to the Templeton Honors Rolls for Education in a Free Society.
This program, funded by the John Templeton Foundation and administered by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute is a series of awards intended to identify outstanding individuals and institutions in American higher education.
Over the years the Center has been active in a number of projects that can be divided into the following categories: American Federalism, Comparative Federalism, Federal Theory, and Political Culture.
Activities in turn, include: Research; Educational Activities; Publications; and International Activities. The Annual Review of the State of American Federalism.
Inaugurated in , the review continues to be published annually as an issue of Publius: The Journal of Federalism. In recent years, the Annual Review has expanded to include an increasing number of articles about the state of federalism in the rest of the world as well as American federalism.
Each article is an effort to go beyond reports of even the most sophisticated journalism on the issue or situation it discusses.
The Annual Review of the State of American Federalism was edited by Carol S. Weissert and Sanford F. The Center maintains the continuing Delaware Valley Constitutionalism Workshop.
These meetings are designed to stimulate study and increase interaction among those already involved in such study. This year, meetings were held in October, November, January and May.
The State Constitutions under review were late 19th century ante-bellum documents. The Politics and Government of the American States. Two more books on Illinois and Nevada were published by the University of Nebraska Press this year in our series under the general editorship of John Kincaid and Daniel Elazar, founding editor.
The series continues to flourish. To date 15 books have been published, including the states of Nevada, ; Illinois, ; Michigan, ; Kentucky, ; Alaska, ; North and South Carolina, ; New Jersey, ; Colorado, ; Maine, ; Mississippi, ; Oklahoma, ; Alabama, ; Arkansas, ; Nebraska, Other books in the series are now in press.
Center Fellow John Kincaid Chaired this session. Nevada, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Minnesota were selected for discussion.
Center Director and Senior Fellows Daniel Elazar and Center Associate Joseph Marbach served as discussants. Cities of the Prairie. Initiated in by Daniel J.
Elazar, this study is already the most extensive longitudinal study of American cities and metropolitan areas ever undertaken. The basic concepts examined by this study include the civil community, the frontier, federalism, constitutionalism, democracy, republicanism, metropolitanism, and regionalism.
The Book Cities of the Prairie: The Next Generation is planned for publication in Edited by Daniel Elazar, contributors and chapter titles are as follows:.
Introduction — Themes and Theses Part One: Chapter 1 — The Cities and the New Frontier Chapter 2 — Building Civil Community on the Cybernetic Frontier Chapter 3 — New Departures.
Part Two — Northeastern Illinois and Chicagoland Chapter 4 — Joliet Chapter 5 — Rockford. Part Three — Central Illinois: The Grand Prairie Chapter 6 — Peoria Chapter 7 — Champaign-Urbana Chapter 8 — Decatur Chapter 9 — Springfield.
Part Four — Western Illinois: North and South Chapter 10 — The Quad Cities Chapter 11 — The Southwestern Illinois Metropolitan Region.
Part Five — Two Wests Chapter 12 — Duluth-Superior, Minnesota and Wisconsin Chapter 13 — Pueblo. Conclusion — Citizenship and Public in Metropolitan America The third conference in a series was held in June, in Rockford, Illinois.
A grant provided by the Bradley Foundation has enabled us to complete our field research and to bring together leaders from the communities studied to discuss and implement ways of building and maintaining their civil communities.
The first conference was held in December, in Pueblo, Colorado. In August , the second conference in the series was held in Duluth, Minnesota.
Recent field work included Ph. This research also took us to Springfield, which will be the subject of a separate study. Other members of the team and the communities they are studying are: Maren Stein, Decatur-Macon County, Illinois; Rozanne Rothman, Champaign County Champaign-Urbana , Illinois; Daniel Elazar, Peoria and Southwest, Illinois Metro area; Stephen L.
Schechter, Pueblo-Pueblo County, Colorado. We also intend to examine Duluth-Superior, Minnesota-Wisconsin Daniel Elazar, Paul Neal and Julie Herlands and the Peoria area of Illinois Daniel Elazar.
The book is in the first stages of production and a publication is planned. Several major works have been generated by this project.
For a complete list, see the CSF Publications Catalog. Daniel Elazar directs this project and Stephen Schechter has coordinated the series of conferences about.
Paul Neal and Julie Herlands continue to provide general research support and conference planning. Center Research Assistant Wes Leckrone providing research support.
Classic Works of American Federal Democracy. Center personnel participated in USIA sponsored Summer Institute in July, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado for 18 foreign political science professors.
John Kincaid directed the program. Center Fellows Elazar, Katz, Lutz and Schechter and Center Associate Joseph Marbach all served as faculty.
Center Program Director Paul Neal provided administrative support. This project aims at a better understanding of processes of post-conflict peace building through a comparative evaluation of efforts at state building in East Timor, Bosnia and Kosovo.
Through research conducted by experts and practitioners in Europe and East Asia and a systematic comparison, we expect to be able to focus on lessons to be learned from experiences in the three case studies.
Emphasis in the project will be on practical aspects of peace building through state building. The project will be conducted from spring to spring A first workshop was held already in London in March; a second, larger workshop bringing together the researchers with outside experts, is scheduled for October in Indonesia.
They will be published electronically and in print and distributed, through the network of affiliated institutions, in East Asia and Europe.
The project is conducted in the context of the Council for Asia Europe Co-operation, a network of East Asian and European think tanks, and is being co-ordinated by Tadashi Yamamoto of the Japan Center for International Exchange in Tokyo and Prof.
Hanns W. Maull, University of Trier. Funding has been secured from the Japanese government and from the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
State-building has become a major new challenge to the international community. In practice, the international community has also been obliged to assume temporary responsibility for entities and people whose sufferings the interventions sought to redress.
This Task Force of the Council for Asia Europe Co-operation seeks to identify key aspects of state-building by comparing the cases of East Timor, Bosnia and Kosovo and then drawing lessons from this comparative analysis for future post-conflict efforts by the international community.
Project Outline. How has it been ensured? Which were the specific constraints for the intervening institutions? How have they dealt with those constraints?
Measures and specific problems concerning the prison system, the establishment, training and control of the police force, as well as measures against organised crime and corruption should also be discussed under this topic.
How has it been organised? What were the most effective means to deal with the specific difficulties in the country under analysis?
Which were the main constraints for the intervening institutions when re-building the legal and judicial system? How have they dealt with them, and which lessons can been drawn from those experiences?
How has the past been addressed, in particular from the legal point of view International Courts, truth commissions, other, not at all?
Which measures have been chosen to deal with war criminals and questions of guilt and repentance? How effective have they been, in the view of the authors?
More important are probably aspects of co-governance between the intervening institutions and constitutional or extra-constitutional local structures and actors.
Which were the main constraints confronting the intervening institutions when re-building the political system? How were they addressed?
How effective have the programmes been? What can we learn from that experience? Which role do political parties play in the process of re-building the political system?
What have the intervening institutions done to develop participation? Does the electoral system contribute to stable political majorities and which is the contribution of elections to the state-building process?
The papers should also deal with the relationship between politics and society. How does civil society work, if at all role of interest groups, media, NGOs, etc.
Which avenues for political articulation exist? To which extent were the social structures destroyed and what measures have been taken to reconstruct the civil society and to support a democratic political culture?
The authors should explain the patterns of co-existence or subjugation between the new rulers and those groups which they had replaced.
The papers should also discuss measures taken by the intervening institutions to improve inter-ethnic relations.
Which measures have been taken to improve the infrastructure education, health, etc. Which specific institutions have been built up and which policies have been launched?
How do international organisations try to guarantee a fair distribution of the financial assistance?
Which problems did arise from rigid bureaucratic structures, the shadow economy and black markets? Which means did prove suitable to cope with them?
Which approaches to improve regional economic co-operation do exist? Authors should discuss progress achieved and give insights into the main problems of re-building successful economical structures.
They should also reflect on future chances for sustainable economic development. Apart from the formal establishment of institutions, measures concerning organisation and training of the civil service should be described.
Questions like the following should be taken into consideration: How well-endowed is the country examined in human resources? How successful do international institutions work together with the local ones?
Which were the main problems in setting up effective administration? How have the intervening institutions dealt with the problems?
Authors should focus on three aspects: First, problems of dismantling remnants of violence should be taken into consideration.
This concerns in particular questions of disarmament and the reintegration of former combatants and the proliferation of small arms.
Second, authors should deal with confidence- and security building measures like disarmament and arms control, as well as with issues of restructuring armed forces and civilian control of military affairs.
How did the intervening institutions contribute to these processes? Third, specific problems concerning military and external security should be described and analysed.
What concepts, what principles inform external security policies? Who has been in charge? What have been the problems encountered? What are the perspectives for regional integration of the country?
Who are the key external actors? How are the problems and their causes perceived by the them? Which approaches have been chosen to re-build the state?
Which are the specific constraints confronting the intervening institutions? Which role do the international institutions play in relation to local ones leader, mentor, etc.
How are measures taken by various international actors governments, International Organisations, NGOs co-ordinated?
Did they succeed in establishing a functional co-operation network? Do they follow a general road map and do they have an exit-strategy?
What problems arose in the implementation of the intervention strategies, both concerning the measures on the ground and international co-operation?
Project and Research Design. Each individual paper should be about pages in length. In the following section, the specific questions raised above or others which the authors consider crucial or particularly pertinent in their respective field of analysis should be discussed with regard to the specific situation in the country under study 7 — 15 pages.
The analysis should conclude with broader reflections by the author on lessons to be drawn from the country under study, as well as — possibly — from other cases of international state building in the region for example, the paper on East Timor might also draw on experiences from UNTAC in Cambodia to supplement the main body of analysis 1 — 3 pages.
The scope of the individual papers and the issues seen as deserving particular attention are summarised in Annex I.
Obviously, the authors should see these as guidelines, to be followed as closely as possible to ensure comparability, but also to be adjusted flexibly in the light of their superior experience and knowledge wherever necessary.
The most important question that should be kept in mind throughout is the following: Which lessons for future state-building processes can be drawn from the experiences in the examined cases?
Papers should be available by Sept. To achieve maximum practical relevance, the conference will bring together a dozen experts and practitioners from Europe and Asia to comment and elaborate on the research papers, injecting their own experience into the process of reviewing the experiences.
Thus, there will normally be, on each of the six topics, four participants, two each from Europe and Asia: two paper writers and two experts with practical experience, who will often have worked directly on the problems concerned.
The third step in the project will be the integration of the findings for dissemination and injection in the policy process.
This will be done by the two project co-ordinators, Jusuf Wanandi and Hanns W. The integrated will serve as the basis for briefing relevant international institutions, and in particular the OSCE, the ARF and the DPKO at the United Nations, about the results of this study.
Findings will also be published through the home pages of think tanks connected to this project, and as a booklength study to be published by JCIE in Tokyo.
The German Foreign Ministry will support the project with a grant of DM World seeks a worldwide participatory democracy.
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Eine Woche vor der Europawahl werden tausende Demonstranten in Frankfurt erwartet. Die Polizei warnt vor Staus in der Innenstadt.
F ür Sonntag wurden drei Demonstrationen in Frankfurt angemeldet. Etwa Die Polizei rät dazu, die Innenstadt weiträumig zu umfahren und öffentliche Verkehrsmittel zu nutzen.
Mit Verkehrsbehinderungen im gesamten Stadtgebiet muss gerechnet werden. Auch in Berlin, Hamburg, Köln, Leipzig, München und Stuttgart sind Demonstrationen geplant, ebenso in anderen europäischen Städten.
Die Wahl am Alle seien gefragt, mit ihrer Stimme den Einzug von europafeindlichen Nationalisten in das Europäische Parlament zu verhindern.
Das Aktionsbündnis will sich als solidarische Gesellschaft für ein Europa einsetzen, das Demokratie und Rechtsstaatlichkeit über Grenzen hinweg verwirklicht.
Mit Frankfurt entschieden sich die Organisatoren, darunter Pro Asyl, der Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, Attac Deutschland und der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband, für eine Stadt, die von Internationalität gekennzeichnet ist.
Frankfurt sei nicht nur Sitz der Europäischen Zentralbank und ein wichtiger Finanz- und Handelsplatz, in dem Menschen aus vielen Staaten leben.
Die dritte Demonstration ist für Uhr angemeldet. Hier können Sie die Rechte an diesem Artikel erwerben. Er war vermutlich mit nicht angepasster Geschwindigkeit unterwegs.
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