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.

Migration, refugees and internally displaced people in the South Caucasus
15 March 2017

On 15 March Amanda Paul spoke at a hearing organised by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in  Baku, Azerbaijan on the issue of migration, refugees and internally displaced people in the South Caucasus.


Future of cohesion policy
14 March 2017

Fabian Zuleeg spoke on the future of cohesion policy in the EU at the Mission of Norway to the EU, at the Norway House in Brussels.


Current state of the Union
14 March 2017

Fabian Zuleeg participated in Northern Sparsely Populated Areas (NSPA) and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) follow-up Forum at the Swedish Representation to the EU in Brussels, where he spoke about the state of the Union. 


Investment plan and focus on human capital
10 March 2017

Robin Huguenot-Noël spoke at a working meeting with Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President of the European Commission, responsible for growth, jobs, investment and competitiveness, organised on 10 March 2017 by the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC). This discussion with selected experts and stakeholders aimed at taking stock on the European Fund for Strategic Investment (EFSI) prior to the debate on its possible extension (EFSI 2.0) in the European Parliament. Robin's contribution built upon recent EPC publications including 'Rethinking the EU’s investment strategy: EFSI 2.0 needs a Social Pillar to address economic insecurity' and "Social Investment First! A pre-condition for a modern Social Europe".


The role and influence of the EU in the South Caucasus
9 March 2017

Amanda Paul gave a presentation at a seminar organised by the European Parliament’s Young Political Leaders Programme on the role and influence of the EU in the South Caucasus.


Europe in flux
9 March 2017

Giovanni Grevi spoke at the ‘Leadership in International Security’ course organised by the Geneva Centre for Security Policy on `Europe in flux: adapting to current realities and anticipating future developments’ and led an interactive session with participants on priorities for EU external action.


Assessing the EU’s partnership priorities with Lebanon and Jordan
8 March 2017

Francesca Fabbri spoke in Richard Youngs' course 'EU Democracy Promotion and Human Rights Policy' at the College of Europe on the EU’s partnership priorities with Lebanon and Jordan.


Trump and Europe
8 March 2017

Giovanni Grevi spoke at a seminar organised by the Robert Bosch foundation in Brussels on relations between the US and Europe.


Will the Nationalist Surge Hit Europe in 2017?
7 March 2017

Paul Ivan moderated an expert debate on 'Will the Nationalist Surge Hit Europe in 2017?', organised by the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation in Brussels and the think-tank WiseEuropa.


PeaceGame 2017
6 March 2017

On 5 and 6 March 2017, Andrea Frontini participated in the 2017 edition of PeaceGame, organised by the 'Foreign Policy' magazine in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The event convened leading thinkers in national security policy, international affairs, academia, business, and media to 'game' out how to bring seemingly intractable conflicts to a peaceful conclusion. This year's theme was 'How a Changing Washington Could Affect Key Middle East Issues'. 


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