Symposium on “Parliamentary Transparency and Ethics: Assessment and Prospects”éontologie.pdf

Created in Spring 2018, the Observatoire de l’éthique publique (Observatory of public ethics), an applied research laboratory bringing together academics and parliamentarians,  with the support of the ANR project “ELUAR”  (elected representatives and money), is organizing its first symposium on the theme of parliamentary transparency and ethics.

It will be held in Paris on Thursday 25 October  2018 at the Palais Bourbon, and on Friday 26 October at the Palais du Luxembourg (the lectures will be presented in French).

The aim of this conference is to take stock of the main developments in terms of transparency and ethics and to propose prospects for the renewal of the status of parliamentarians. It will bring together academics (including Romain Rambaud and Sébastien Brameret for the ELUAR project), parliamentarians, assembly civil servants, parliamentary staff and political journalists.

You will find here the  program of the conference(in French). Registration is free but mandatory: registration link  (possible until 19 October)

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