Helen Darbishire, Executive Director of Access Info, participated in the seminar Accountability in complex democracies: the role and relevance of the accountability of the Prime Minister to Spanish society, organised by the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies (CEPC).
This seminar kicks off a series of discussion events on specific aspects of accountability, with the aim of obtaining from them rigorous and useful information to improve the accountability of the Spanish government as much as possible.
She was joined by the following speakers:
- Francisco Martin Aguirre. Director of the Department of Planning and Monitoring of Government Activity. Presidency of the Spanish Government;
- Manuel Villoria Mendieta. Chair of Political Science and Administration (URJC);
- Cristina Elías Méndez. Professor of Constitutional Law (UNED);
- Eloísa del Pino Matute. Senior Scientist at the Institute for Public Policy and Public Goods, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
- Fernando Vallespín Oña. Chair of Political Science (UAM); and
- María Eugenia de la Cera. Deputy Director of the Department of Planning and Monitoring of Government Activity. Presidency of the Spanish Government.