Congreso Autonomy: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings

Autonomy Imagining grandeCongreso Autonomy: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings

Under the auspices of / Bajo los auspicios del

Proyecto Internacional sobre Etnicidad y Gobernanza Democrática

With the support of / Con el apoyo del

Grupo de Investigación sobre el Derecho y la Justicia (GIDYJ)

Departamento de Derecho Internacional, Eclesiástico y Filosofía de Derecho

Groupe de recherche sur les sociétés plurinationales

http://www.queensu.ca/edg/activities.html

Fecha: 14,15 y 16 de abril 2010

Lugar: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Getafe. Salón de Grados

April 14, 2010

Morning

9:45am Welcome: Jose María Sauca, Alain-G Gagnon, Michael Keating

PART I : Plurinational States and Multinational Federalism

Moderator: Bruce Berman

10:00 : Michael Keating: Rethinking Autonomy: Self-government and the Management of Diversity

10:30 : Question Period

10:45 : Alain-G. Gagnon : Autonomy : Reconciling Autonomy, Community and Enpowerment

11:15 : Question Period

11:30 : Coffee Break

12:00 : José Maria Sauca: Perspectives on the Development of the Spanish “state of autonomies”

12:30 : Question Period

12:45 : Geneviève Nootens: Autonomy, Boundaries and Trust. Preliminary Remarks

13:15 : Question Period

13:30 pm : Lunch

 

April 14, 2010

Afternoon

PART II : Autonomy Within the State

Moderator: Alain-G. Gagnon

4:00pm: Markku Suksi: Sub-state Governance through Territorial Autonomy

4:30 : Question Period

4:45 : Rémi Léger : Autonomy Beyond National Minorities

5:15 : Question Period.

5:30 : James Bickerton: Constructing New Autonomies within Canada’s Federal System: Limits and Possibilities

6:00 : Question Period

6:15 : End of session

 

April 15, 2010

Morning

PART III : Europe : Exploring the Management of Diversity within the European Union

Moderator: Michael Keating

9:30 : Francesco Palermo: Why is Territorial Autonomy Anathema in Central and Eastern Europe?

10:00 : Question Period

10:15 : Luis Moreno: Autonomy, Multi-Level Europeans and the Advancement of Social Citizenship.

10:45 : Question Period

 

11:00 : Coffee Break

 

11:30 : Dejan Stjepanovic: Regions and Territorial Autonomy in Southeastern Europe

12:00 : Question Period

12:15 : Laurent-Mehdi Chokri: Toward a comparative account of the long-term effect of systems of pluralism: from the collective religious-based autonomies in the Ottoman Empire to fragmented nationalisms

12:45 : Question Period

1:00pm : Lunch

 

April 15, 2010

Afternoon

PART IV : Autonomy, Sovereignty and National Identity.

Moderator: Thomas Benedikter

3:00pm: Ricard Zapata: Catalan autonomy Building-process in Immigration Policy: Conceptual, Institutional and Normative Dimensions

3:30 : Question Period

3:45 : Jaime Lluch: Autonomism, Autonomies, and Autonomists: Federalism Reconsidered

4:15 : Question Period.

4:30 : Coffee Break

5:00 : Xabier Ezeizabarrena: Scottish Devolution and Basque Historical Titles: Two Legal Scopes for co-Sovereignty?

5:30 : Question Period

5:45 : End of session

 

April 16, 2010

Morning

PART V : Autonomy and Sovereignty in Insular Settings

Moderator: Jose María Sauca

10:00 : Eve Hepburn: Autonomy:Recrafting Sovereignty: Lessons from Small Island Autonomies

10:30 : Question Period

10:45 : André Fazi: Insularité et autonomie: une equation des plus trompeuses

11:15 : Question Period

11:30 : Coffee Break

PART VI : Autonomy and Sovereignty in the Philippines

Moderator: Markku Suksi

12:00 : Jacques Bertrand : Autonomy and nationalist demands in Southeast Asia

12:30 : Question Period

12:45 : Manuel Litalien: Indonesia and The Philippines: Relevant Models of Autonomy for Thailand?

13:15 : Question Period

13:30 : Lunch

 

April 16, 2010

Afternoon

PART VII: Sovereignty, Autonomy and Diversity in China

 

Moderator: Jacques Bertrand

3:00pm: Isabelle Côté: Instituting Troubles. Impact of Autonomous Arrangements on Ethnic Conflicts in China

3:30 : Question Period

 

3:45 : Tashi Rabgey: Autonomy: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings

4 :15 : Question Period.

4:30 : Lobsang Sangay: Paradox of Autonomy and Unity in Tibet

5:00 : Question Period

5:15 : Thanks