EPC in the debate

Members of the EPC team regularly speak at conferences and seminars and moderate high-level publications in Brussels, EU Member States and beyond, and contribute to outside publications.

Endlich klare Verhältnisse, bitte
8 November 2018

Julian Rappold shared his analysis of the current feeling in Brussels regarding the Brexit negotiations in his Stiftung Mercator contribution “Endlich klare Verhältnisse, bitte”. Whilst Brexit continues to dominate discussions in Brussels inside and outside of the office, time is running out and patience is beginning to run thin.


“With six months to go to the election, what can we do to restore people’s faith in the European project?"
6 November 2018

 Julian Rappold was a panellist in a debate organised by the Brussels office of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung on 6 November entitled “With six months to go to the election, what can we do to restore people’s faith in the European project?"

In the context of Brexit, rising illiberalism in central Europe and increasing disillusionment with mainstream politics, the panellists brainstormed solutions for engaging voters for the European cause in time for May 2018. 


Migration – Myths, controversies and solutions
5 November 2018

Marie De Somer spoke about ‘migration – myths, controversies and solutions’ with a delegation of German parliamentary members at a meeting organised by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.


Future of gas market
29 October 2018

Marco Giuli participated in Brussels in a panel discussion on the future of gas markets in Central and Eastern Europe, organised in Brussels by the Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU, the Ministry of the economy of the Slovak Republic, and the Slovak presidency of the Visegrad Group.


Can Romania’s EU presidency put enlargement back on the agenda?
29 October 2018

Corina Stratulat participated and spoke in a panel discussion 'Now or never? Can Romania’s EU presidency put enlargement back in the EU lexicon?' at the 'Back on the agenda: EU Enlargement to the Western Balkans'; International Experts Seminar organised by Global Focus in cooperation with Kosovo Foundation for an Open Society (KFOS) and hosted by the European Commission’s Representation to Romania in Bucharest, Romania.


Circular economy
17 October 2018

Annika Hedberg moderated the session ‘A long-term strategy for a European circular economy’ at the Think2030 conference organised by the Institute for European Environmental Policy. The aim of the session was to gather stakeholders’ input to a paper on an EU circular economy strategy.


Future prospective for the Union
16 October 2018

Janis A. Emmanouilidis participated in a panel discussion on current challenges facing the EU and discussed future perspectives for the Union with a group of 50 Canadian diplomats.


Industrial action
12 October 2018

Annika Hedberg was the keynote speaker at the expert discussion on EU Industrial Policy within the framework of the National Convention in Prague, Czech Republic. She presented and tested stakeholders’ views on the findings of the ‘Industrial Action Plan for the EU’ Task Force, including drivers for industrial transformation, the elements for a shared vision on the European industry, the rationale as well as the needed EU-level measures. The event was hosted by Aleš Chmelař, State Secretary for European Affairs.


Socio-economic challenges in Morocco: Migration, education, and employment - Perspectives from the region and Europe
11 October 2018

Francesca Fabbri contributed to a collection of working papers put together by the German Council on Foreign Relations. The papers were inspired by a series of workshops under the heading 'Promotion of Think Tank Work on Migration and Socio-Economic Challenges in Morocco' that the German Council on Foreign Relations’ Middle East and North Africa Program organised in the winter of 2017 and the spring of 2018.

In her paper, 'Money Can’t Buy Labor: Prospects for the Impact of Renewed EU Foreign Policy Instruments in Morocco', Fabbri assesses EU policies to support labour market development in Morocco. She furthermore argues that the structural problems of Morocco’s labour market, such as its non-inclusivity, the large size of the informal sector, and corruption, require better coordination between the EU’s initiatives to blend financing instruments and its European Neighborhood Policy.


Role of think tanks
10 October 2018

Janis A. Emmanouilidis discussed the role of think tanks with the members of the 2018 Leadership Academy brought together by the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC), the in-house think tank of the European Commission.


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