Prof. Dr. Melanie Sully
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Brexit Discussion at the Chamber of Economics

Britain at the Crossroads 23.5. 2016 with Head of Economics Chamber, Dr Melanie Sully and UK Ambassador to Austria et al


 

Our new book on youth and politics ed Melanie Sully

"Good Governance and Youth", (donors City of Vienna, Austrian Foreign Ministry, Austrian Federal Railways, Kapssch, Assembly for European Regions) view table of Contents here

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Brexit Debate in Austrian Foreign Ministry

At the invitation of the Austrian Foreign Ministry and Austrian Society for European Politics. Panellists included Robert Menasse, Melanie Sully, Sonja Puntscher/Riekmann, Claus Raidl. Moderator Christoph Kotanko. Event covered by Austrian Press Agency reproduced in Salzburger Nachrichten.


 

Go-Governance at Melbourne University Democracy Conference

Democracy in transition and democratic renewal were the themes at this major international conference. Full programme under Events 2015 on this site. Conference participants including Dr Melanie Sully wrote on "Can Democracy stop Terrorism" for Melbournes School of Government online site.




Anti-Corruption Day

Combatting corruption is a part of achieving good governance. International day of anti-corruption draws awareness to this problem. Voice of America interviewed Dr Melanie Sully, December 2015 on corruption in the twenty-first century. Russian version on web of VOA. And here a TV clip from VOA with the full show on international News here


 

Workshop in Podgorica

With Ambassador Fröhlich, Prof Dr Melanie Sully, Dr Josef Mantl. On Youth and Good Governance


 

Go-Governance at OSCE

Dr Melanie Sully addressing the plenary at the OSCE meeting Warsaw, October 2015


 

 

Go Governance at the Council of Europe

Strasbourg meeting of the Group of States against Corruption on the Fourth Evaluation Round. Presentations and news here including input by Dr Melanie Sully on parliamentarians.


 

Public Participation in Decision-making

Recommendations of the OSCE launched at the annual Warsaw meeting in a panel discussion led by Alice Thomas, Chief ODIHR Legislative Support Unit, Member of the Coordinating Council of International Youth Human Rights, Ambassador Maria Leissner and Dr Melanie Sully (Photo OSCE/Murat Gungor)