UEF IN THE PRESS | Taking Control of Our Collective Destiny through European Federalism

04/06/2024
News & Comment
France, UEF, UEF Sections

A well renowned French national newspaper, Libération, has published an Op-Ed written by members of UEF France's Scientific Council.

The article is initiated by the Union of European Federalists - France (UEF France) and its Scientific Council, intellectuals and academics emphasize the need to implement effective European federalism at the European level.

This is, as said the EB member Francois Leray, "a very concrete step to make federalism become an object of public debate in France, and a demonstration that a strategic communication approach through, for instance, a scientific council, can deliver".

The signatories of the article are:

  • Céline Spector, Professor of Philosophy at Sorbonne University
  • Robert Belot, Professor of History at the University of Saint-Étienne
  • Yann Moulier-Boutang, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Technology of Compiègne
  • Matthias Waechter, Historian, Director of the CIFE in Nice
  • Alexandre Melnik, Professor of Geopolitics at ICN Business School, Former Diplomat
  • Ghislaine Pellat, Lecturer-Researcher in Management Sciences at Grenoble-Alpes University, President of ERECO
  • Christophe Chabrot, Senior Lecturer in Public Law at Lyon 2 University
  • Thomas Guénolé, Political Scientist and Affiliated Professor at EM Lyon Business School
  • Arvind Ashta, Professor of Finance at the Burgundy School of Business
  • Guillaume Ancel, Former Officer and French Writer
  • Gaëlle Marti, Professor of Law at Lyon 3 University, Director of the Center for European Studies
  • Jacques Percebois, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Montpellier
  • Frédérique Berrod, Professor of Law at Sciences Po Strasbourg, Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges
  • Daniel Fischer, Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Lorraine
  • Michel Catala, Professor of History at the University of Nantes

You can read the original article here in the Libération website: LINK

And read in English in the Federalist Library web section:

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