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Claire Dhéret
Head of Social Europe and Well-Being Programme and Senior Policy Analyst
Claire Dhéret is Head of Programme and Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre where she leads the EPC’s Social Europe and Well-Being Programme. Her current work focuses on employment, social and health policies and how EU policies in these areas can positively impact citizens’ life.

Claire has worked on various research projects, including with the EU institutions, and has led several Task Forces and expert groups, in particular on youth unemployment and social investment. She has also been Programme Leader of the FutureLab Europe programme, which aims to encourage young people to be active European citizens and shape the future of their continent.

She writes on a wide range of policy areas related to European economic and social policies, including cohesion policy, the EU budget, mobility of workers, the future of European industry, EU governance, social cohesion and well-being. She is a regular commentator in the media, acts as external expert for EU institutions and/or research institutes, moderates and participates in a range of public debates.
Prior to joining the EPC, she was responsible for the Brussels office of the Robert Schuman Foundation, a French think tank.

PROGRAMME

Social Europe and Well-Being

PROJECTs

The future of work - Towards a progressive agenda for all, Social investment , Coalition for Health, Ethics and Society (CHES), Youth employment

Areas of expertise

European social model(s), employment and social policies, mobility of EU workers, EU health policies & health systems, EU governance, EU cohesion policy, industrial policy, and the EU budget.

Current positions

Education

Postgraduate Programme in European Studies, Free University, Berlin, Germany
BA in History and German, Sorbonne University & Free University, France & Germany

Languages

French, English, German

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Publications

Industrial policy / ISSUE PAPERS
An Industry Action Plan for a more competitive, sustainable and strategic European Union
By Marco Giuli , Connecting Europe Claire Dhéret , Johan Bjerkem , Marta Pilati , Stefan Sipka - 07/11/2019
Social investment / POLICY BRIEF
Financing social investment for an economy of well-being: Moving from good practices to a paradigm shift
By Connecting Europe Claire Dhéret , Marta Pilati - 16/07/2019
Integration / DISCUSSION PAPER
Integrating refugees into the labour market: How can the EU better support employers?
By Connecting Europe Claire Dhéret , Olivia Sundberg Diez - 21/02/2019
Health & healthcare / POLICY BRIEF
Integrating is caring: A paradigm shift in health
By Connecting Europe Claire Dhéret , Simona Guagliardo - 19/02/2019


Contributions

Future of work / ROUNDTABLE
Future of Work

Claire Dhéret gave a presentation to the members of the World Confederation of Employment on 2 October 2019 where she presented her views on the future design of social protection systems.



Future of Work
02 October 2019 - Brussels,
World Confederation of Employment
Labour market / PANEL DISCUSSION
Investing in Millenials and Gen Z skills and wellbeing
Claire Dhéret moderated a session of the European Days for Research & Innovation on 26 September 2019. The session was entitled ‘Investing in Millenials and Gen Z skills and well-being’ and was collecting young people’s views on the future world of work.

Investing in Millenials and Gen Z skills and wellbeing
26 September 2019 - Brussels,
European Days for Research and Innovation
Future of work / ROUNDTABLE
The impact of new technologies on the European security and defence college
Claire Dhéret gave a presentation to the members of the European security and defence college on 18 September 2019 where she presented the EPC work on the impact of new technologies on the European armed forces.

The impact of new technologies on the European security and defence college
18 September 2019 - Brussels,
European security and defence college


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