Seminar in cooperation with the European School of Administration (EUSA)
On May 19 the Latvian School of Public Administration is hosting a seminar „The History and Stories behind the European Integration”.
The seminar is conducted by the Director of the European School of Administration David Walker and the training advisor of EUSA Karine Auriol. The seminar aims to bring alive the historical and political context of the major steps in the EU's development, with the official history serving merely as a backdrop. It explains "how and why it was actually done" in order to understand where we are today. The tales and anecdotes that are recounted give the seminar a non-academic, informal character and help participants retain the information for future use.
The seminar has been conducted and gained responsiveness in different countries in Europe – Sweden, Spain, Luxembourg and Belgium.
The European School of Administration (EUSA) is part of the European Civil Service. Its core business is to provide a wide range of learning and development opportunities for staff of all the European institutions. It also acts as an informal coordinator of the network of Directors of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in the EU (DISPA).
The Latvian School of Public Administration has managed to promote a close cooperation with the European School of Administration due to the meetings in the frame of DISPA network.