28
jan
2015
Débats
Bruxelles
de 09:15 à 18:00
Cet évènement est public.
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A New Departure for the European Union Brussels Think Tank Dialogue

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For the fifth year in a row, ten leading European Think Tanks will join forces to host the annual Brussels Think Tank Dialogue (BTTD). This will be a unique opportunity to hear leading voices debate pressing issues, forecast major trends for the coming year, and put forward recommendations for the new European leadership. More than ever, guidance is needed. 

 

The Brussels Think Tank Dialogue 2015 will focus on such topical issues as:

- Revisiting Energy Security in Turbulent Times

- Towards a single European Labour Market

- Tomorrow’s EU migration policy

 

Experts from each think tank have produced background papers for each session, which are now available for download.

 

Click here to see the full programme. Follow @IfriBxl and #BTTD15 on Twitter. 

 

Jointly organised by the Bertelsmann Stiftung, Bruegel, CEPS, Confrontations Europe, the Egmont Institute, the European Policy Centre (EPC), Friends of Europe – Les amis de l’Europe, the Institut français des relations internationales (Ifri), Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation and the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), the Brussels Think Tank Dialogues are annual policy forums for critical reflection on the state of the EU and the joint development of analysis and recommendations to improve EU policies. The Dialogues are designed to address pressing political concerns as well as to offer recommendations on specific issues.

 

 

Adresse: 
Polak Room, Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels
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