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.

Future of EU-Turkey relations
27 June 2017

Amanda Paul spoke at a seminar organised by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung on the future of EU-Turkey Relations and freedom of media in Turkey. 


Future of Europe
22 June 2017

On 22 June, Giovanni Grevi spoke to a group of government officials from a variety of countries participating in the Advanced Programme on European Law and Economics supported by the Government of Latvia and other donors.


European Pillar of Social Rights
20 June 2017

On 20 June 2017, Claire Dhéret spoke at a lunch debate organised by CESI. She presented her thoughts on how to strengthen the impact of the European Pillar of Social Rights.


Impacts of Brexit for climate and energy
20 June 2017

On 20 June 2017, Annika Hedberg spoke at the Eurochambres Energy & Environment Committee meeting about the impacts of Brexit for the EU’s Energy Union and for the UK’s climate and energy agenda.


IDP's in the South Caucasus
20 June 2017

On 20 June, Amanda Paul spoke on IDP’s in the South Caucasus at a seminar organised by the European Azerbaijan Society.

 


French society and the EU
20 June 2017

Yann-Sven Rittelmeyer published a contribution entitled “Reforming France and the EU: the last glimpse of hope for French society?” in the framework of a Chatham House research project comparing public and elite attitudes in the EU. 


Germany as Europe’s leading power: the view from France, Greece and Poland
19 June 2017

Julian Rappold contributed to a joint paper with Claire Demesmay and Jana Puglierin published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). Assessing the view from France, Greece and Poland, the authors argue that Germany needs to rebuild trust and credibility with its European partners and involve them more strongly in order to prevent accusations of German dominance and unilateralism. Berlin should not only actively offer cooperation and upgrade its partners. A better explanation of its European position and the ability to compromise are also inevitable.


Global Disorder: Implications for the South Caucasus
15 June 2017

On 14-15 June, Amanda Paul spoke at a conference in Aghveran, Armenia on Global Disorder: Implications for the South Caucasus.


IDEA International’s Inter-generational dialogue on multiplier factors for youth opportunities worldwide
8 June 2017

Tania Marocchi spoke at IDEA International’s Inter-generational dialogue on multiplier factors for youth opportunities worldwide in the context of the European Development Days 2017.


Refugees Welcome? The challenge of joint solutions for the migration crisis
8 June 2017

Juliane Schmidt spoke about the external aspects of the EU’s migration policy and possible ways forward on the panel debate “Refugees Welcome? The challenge of joint solutions for the migration crisis” in the European Parliament. This event was organised by the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit, as part of their annual Europaforum.


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