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P24 - European and international standards in the relations between policies and their publics

PANEL Organizers
• Stéphane Bracq (stephane.bracq@sciencespo-lille.eu), Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Administratives, Politiques et Sociales (France)

• Yves Buchet De Neuilly (yves.buchetdeneuilly@univ-lille2.fr), Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Administratives, Politiques et Sociales (France)
• Sami Makki (makki.ideolab@gmail.com), Sciences Po Lille (France)
• Pauline Ravinet (pauline.ravinet-2@univ-lille2.fr), Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Administratives, Politiques et Sociales (France)

SUMMARY
Standards are ubiquitous in policies, but often less formalized than legal norms. They could inform on practices and play a significant role in the relation between policymakers and their publics. European and international organisations face huge challenges of coordination and address wide and heterogenous publics. Standards, put forward as best or at least appropriate practices, may contribute to shape the publics and to produce expectations on policymakers and publics behavior. In this way, also, controverses on politics could mirror on controverses about standards. This panel is aiming at a greater understanding of interactions between practitioners, experts and academics from the public and private sectors when dealing with international standards.

KEY WORDS
European Union, international organisations, standards, crisis management, european law, secturity, public policies

ROOM
Faculty E2.16

SESSION 1 : 8/07/15 : 17:00-18:30
Chair: Stéphane Bracq (stephane.bracq@sciencespo-lille.eu), Sciences Po Lille (France)

Are there standards of higher education regionalism ? Europe and Asia compared
Pauline Ravinet (pauline.ravinet-2@univ-lille2.fr), CERAPS (France), Meng-Hsuan Chou (Hsuan@ntu.edu.sg), Nanyang Technological University, (Singapore).
Discussant: Auriane Guilbaud (auriane.guilbaud@gmail.com), U. Paris 8 / Cresppa-LabTop (France)

• Channelling interventions in third countries. Standardization and sectorization of international activities
Yves Buchet De Neuilly (yves.buchetdeneuilly@gmail.com), CERAPS (France)

• NEX: the construction of a "new" aid delivery standard, between promoters and recipient of the practice
Mélissa Haussaire (melissa.haussaire@etu.univ-lille2.fr), CERAPS (France)
Discussant: Anne Bazin (anne.bazin@sciencespo-lille.eu), Sciences Po Lille (France)

• The uses of international law and the strategic effects of the internationalisation of organised action: the institutionalization of IAEA's nuclear safeguards system
Mailys Mangin (mailysmangin@yahoo.fr), CERAPS (France)

• Saving the Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme: Safeguards, Standards and Law
Mara Wesseling (mara.wesseling@sciencespo.fr), Sciences Po Paris (France)
Discussant:  Sami Makki (Makki.ideolab@gmail.com), Sciences Po Lille (France)

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