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.

Decarbonisation of energy intensive industries
28 March 2019

Marco Giuli and Stefan Sipka have contributed to the first meeting of the European Commission’s high level working group on energy-intensive industries, aimed at the preparation of  an Industrial Transformation Master Plan for climate-neutral industry by 2050. The first meeting focused on market creation for low carbon and circular products, financing the uptake of carbon neutral solutions, and energy resources.


Black Sea security
28 March 2019

Paul Ivan spoke about recent security development in the Black Sea area in a roundtable on “Turkey and Black Sea Region Security”, organized by the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) in Brussels.


Prospects for Social Europe
27 March 2019

Claire Dhéret gave a lecture to students of KULeuven and Tilburg University on prospects for Social Europe after 2019.


EU’s climate change adaptation
20 March 2019

As a result of the EPC’s and her own long-term perspective on following climate adaptation developments in the EU, Annika Hedberg was invited to participate as an expert to a workshop organised by European Commission, DG Clima and the Climate KIC on the topic.


The development of the EU Resettlement Framework
20 March 2019

Katharina Bamberg was invited to give a presentation on the EU Resettlement Framework at a panel discussion organised by Ghent University and hosted by MEP Kathleen Van Brempt. The discussion centred on resettlement in an international and European context, on the contentious points of the EU Resettlement Framework, as well as on the future development of resettlement at the European level.


Advocating Europe
19 March 2019

Julian Rappold co-authored two blog posts for the Connecting Europe partner Advocate Europe, an idea challenge for civil society initiatives throughout Europe. In a first blog post, together with Julia Hoffmann, project leader of Advocate Europe, he points out why civil society ideas belong in policy conversations on the European level more than ever. In the second post, they give hints on how civil society actors can make their ideas heard in these policy conversations.


Judy Asks: Is Europe Doing Enough to Protect its Democracy?
14 March 2019


Delphi Economic Forum
1 March 2019

Marie De Somer attended the Delphi Economic Forum in Greece where she spoke on 'the way forward for migration and asylum in Europe'.


Digitalisation and the circular economy
26 February 2019

Annika Hedberg spoke to Norwegian state secretaries about the interlinkages between digitalization and circular economy, including concrete examples how this can be done, the benefits and challenges of linking two and needed measures for the way forward.


Why does regional cooperation matter?
20 February 2019

Corina Stratulat spoke in a debate on  “Why does regional cooperation matter?” organised by the College of Europe Development Office in cooperation with the British Council and the European Commission in the framework of the EU Scheme for Young Professionals in the Western Balkans.


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