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The 2014 European Elections: why this time will be different

LSE European Institute panel discussion

Date: Wednesday 2 October 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speakers: Doru Frantescu, Professor Simon Hix, Bjorn Kjellstrom, Mats Persson
Chair: Shirin Wheeler

The event will start with a welcome by Dr Sara Hagemann, before opening up to panel discussion. This event is organised by LSE European Institute and VoteWatch Europe, in partnership with the European Parliament information office in the UK.

Sara Hagemann is lecturer in EU Politics at LSE.

Simon Hix is professor of European and Comparative Politics at LSE.

Doru Frantescu is policy director at VoteWatch.  

Mats Persson is director of Open Europe.

Bjorn Kjellstrom is the Head of European Parliament Office in the UK.

Shirin Wheeler is a former BBC journalist and visiting fellow at the European Institute.

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