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|datum||11 oktober 2012 - 12 oktober 2012|
|organisatie||European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA)|
All national and EU officials who have to approach or negotiate with the European Parliament. In particular, future chairpersons and team members of forthcoming EU Presidencies, case handlers based in national capitals, representatives of Council Preparatory bodies, attaché(e)s and counsellors from Permanent Representations and officials from other EU institutions and agencies. Prior participation in the European Negotiations I or II programmes is not a prerequisite to this seminar.
The programme focuses on the specific characteristics of negotiations between the Council and the European Parliament. It aims to provide national negotiators and case handlers with appropriate strategic, logistic, procedural and technical tools to manage both the formal and informal negotiations between the two institutions on matters subject to the Ordinary Legislative Procedure (OLP).
The programme uses an interactive approach and a variety of pedagogical tools such as a strategic workshop, a simulation exercise, debriefing sessions and a forum to exchange practices. The seminar is also multidisciplinary by means of convening practitioners, governance experts and negotiation specialists to give multifaceted advice to participants on how to best manage the life of their dossier while in the European Parliament.
Each participant should leave the training with a thorough understanding of how the European Parliament works and negotiates, as well as a multifunctional toolkit of techniques and negotiation skills to manage a dossier under ordinary legislative procedure. Participants should notably:
•acquire detailed knowledge of the procedures and modus operandi of the EP;
•understand the role, prerogative and rationale of the main negotiating counterparts in the EP;
•manage the timing and momentum of negotiations under OLP for appropriate planning;
•operate strategic calculations for an early deal;
•identify and use efficiently the appropriate sources and targets of information around the dossier;
•better figure out the role of the European Commission as an involved third party;
•grasp the political nature of the game and the motivation of the players.
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Dit onderzoeksinstituut streeft ernaar om de kennis van ambtenaren die zich met de EU bezighouden te vergroten door het ontwikkelen en aanbieden van uiteenlopende hoogwaardige diensten zoals lespakketten. Het instituut wil wetenschappelijke kennis en praktische 'know-how' met elkaar verbinden. Het European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA) bestaat al meer dan 25 jaar.