This publication, produced for the 9th European Parliament Administration Innovation Day puts forward a revised Strategic Execution Framework for the EU. Starting from the Versailles+ priorities set out by the European Council, it identifies areas in which the Union should develop resilience. The introductory presentation is complemented by a series of fiches looking into greater detail at a total of 83 policy areas.
Secretary-General Klaus Welle contributed as the keynote speaker in a public event organised by the Martens Centre in Brussels devoted to the future of the Spitzenkandidaten system and of EU democracy.
25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union the agenda has to be newly defined. New challenges for the European Union have to be mastered both internally and externally.
With this uneasy question Secretary-General Klaus Welle has been confronted in Rome.
On 5th and 6th February one hundred undergraduate and graduate students from universities across the USA gathered at the Yale School of Management.
his paper offers a series of provisional estimations of the potential gains to the European Union economy over time from pursuing the ten-point plan presented by Jean-Claude Juncker
The publication in its 1st edition was presented to the President of the European Parliament and Members of the EP-Bureau during the AwayDays meeting on 1 and 2 October 2014 in Houjarray, France. Further editions followed.
This document was assembled for presentation to the Members of the European Parliament commencing the new legislative term 2014-2019.
Speech by Klaus Welle at the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Eurochambres) Conference.
Secretary-General Klaus Welle took part in a working seminar with officials of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt.
Klaus Welle addressed participants of the seminar organised by RAND Europe in the framework of research work conducted for the European Strategy and Policy Analysis System.
The present synthesis presented to the President and the Bureau is the result of an unprecedented collective brainstorming exercise involving all DGs of the European Parliament.
The Joint Bureau and Committee on Budgets Working Group on the European Parliament Budget requested the Secretary-General a comparison between the European Parliament and its US counterpart.
Comparison studies with the US Congress and national parliaments, Assemblée Nationale, Bundestag, Camera dei Deputati and House of Commons.
The Secretary-General gave a speech at the Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament, following the invitation of the Ecole nationale d'administration (ENA) in Strasbourg met up with its students.
Klaus Welle gave the introduction of the joint seminar between three Directorates General: DG IPOL, DG EXPO, DG COMM on communication improvement.
Klaus Welle explains why the European institutions have to develop a common vision on long term trends.
ntervention of the Secretary-General of the European Parliament Klaus Welle at the in-house Seminar of the European Central Bank on Democratic Scrutiny in the new Eurozone Architecture
Key note speech by Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament. Exchanging Ideas on Europe 2012: Old Borders – New Frontiers
Asking questions about the future of the European Parliament and debating about the answers.
At the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) after the recent publication of Preparing for Complexity - European Parliament in 2025 - Going global, going local, going digital.
Klaus Welle presented to the President and the Bureau of the European Parliament his final report on the brain-storming exercise Preparing for Complexity - European Parliament in 2025.