Theme 7

Diversity and Unity in Federal Systems

Co-ordinators for this theme are Luis Moreno, a senior research fellow at The Centre for Social and Human Sciences, Madrid and César Collino of the Universidad Nacional Educación a Distanci, (UNED), Madrid.

Countries that may be included are: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ethiopia, Germany, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Russia, Switzerland, Spain, and United States.

Confirmed country co-ordinators include:  

Australia

Nicholas Aroney, University of Queensland

Belgium

Frank Delmartino , Centre for Peace Research and Strategy and Hugues Dumont, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Brussels

Brazil

Marcus Faro de Castro, Universidade de Brasà­lia
and Gilberto Marcos Antonio Rodrigues, Universidade Católica de Santos

Canada

Alain-G. Gagnon, Université du Québec à  Montréal and
Richard Simeon, University of Toronto

Ethiopia

Assefa Fiseha, Ethiopian Civil Service College and Mohammed Habib, Addis Ababa University

Germany

Roland Sturm, Institut für Politische Wissenschaft and Petra Bendel, Central Institute for Regional and Area Studies

India

Balver Arora, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Dr.Rekha Saxena, Center for Federal Studies
Hamdard University

Nigeria

Rotimi Suberu, University of Ibadan

Russia

Irina Busygina, Moscow State Institute of International Relations and Andreas Heinemann-Guder, Bonn International Center for Conversion

Spain

Luis Moreno, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas and Cesar Colino, UNED

Switzerland

Thomas Fleiner, University of Fribourg and Maya Hertig
Université de Genève

United States John Kincaid, Lafayette College
   
   
   
   

 

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The Forum of Federations organized an international roundtable on “Unity and diversity in federal countries” in Brussels recently in partnership with the European Union’s Committee of the Regions. The roundtable, the seventh in the Global Dialogue series, brought together participating experts from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Ethiopia, Germany, India, Nigeria, Russia, Switzerland, Spain, and the United States. More Information