Senior Policy Analyst and FutureLab Europe Programme Leader
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Claire Dhéret is a Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre where she heads (since September 2016) the Social Europe & Well-being Programme, leads and oversees a number of activities related to EU employment and social policies. Her main analytical expertise cover the following policy areas: labour market policies (in particular youth employment); social investment and the social dimension of the EU; mobility of EU workers; EU regional policies; EU budget; Europe’s industry; social cohesion and well-being; and young people in Europe.
Claire has been working on various research projects, including with the EU institutions, and has been leading several Task Forces and expert groups. Claire provides comments in the media and participates in a range of public debates in and outside of Brussels (either as a speaker or moderator). Claire is also the Programme Leader of FutureLab Europe, a programme aiming to build a network of young Europeans who want to impact the future of Europe though active citizenship. Prior to joining the EPC, she was responsible for the Brussels office of the Robert Schuman Foundation, a French think tank.
Responsible for the EPC Social Europe & Well-being programme as well as FutureLab Europe.
Area of expertise
European Social Model, including social cohesion, labour market policy (in particular for young people) and mobility of EU workers, industrial policy, EU cohesion policy and the EU budget.
LanguagesEnglish, French, German
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