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#AcademieNE
The Academy Notre Europe is a popular formation cycle enabling participants to debate on European issues with major actors and experts of the European construction once a month. Sessions are usually organised on Friday and take place in Paris, Brussels, Berlin and Rome. Introduced by Enrico Letta, President of the Jacques Delors Institute, the Academy "Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute" is a place of debate, exchange of views and knowledge. To sum up, it enables its members to discuss European politics and policies in an engaging manner. For 20 years, the Jacques Delors Institute has developed an expertise on various…

#AwarEU
AwarEU - European Awareness - is a project financed by the pillar "Social inclusion through Education, Training and Youth" of the Erasmus + programme key action 3 - Initiatives for policy innovation. This project brings together associations and organisations from diverse European countries: Italy (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), Spain (CEU San Pablo, Université de Madrid), Portugal (Nova Law School), the United Kingdom (Aston University; Stirling) and France (Jacques Delors Institute). They all collaborate to elaborate a common work and educational programme which could be shared within and by all European countries. The AwarEU project is driven by the European Awareness Days, an educational initiative…

#Enable.EU
ENABLE.EU is a project financed by the European research programme Horizon 2020. Its objective is foster the udnerstanding of the drivers influencing Europeans' enegry choices as well as governance issues necessary to tackle to achieve the Energy Union. What are the factors influencing our energy choices and consumption patterns? What is pushing individuals, organisations or countries to adopt more environmentally-friendly energy behaviours? ENABLE.EU assumes a bottom-up methodology to undertsand and therefore change those energy behaviours: the foremost objective is to empower consumers and citizens in their energy choices and thus enabling them to make free, informed choices, reflecting what they really…

#Vision Europe Summit
In January 2015, seven leading think tanks and foundations joined forces to form Vision Europe Summit, a consortium created to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe. Through research, publications and an annual summit, we aim to be a forum for debate and a source of recommendations to improve policy-making at both a national and EU level and to foster as appropriate European integration.  The Vision Europe project brings together seven convening organizations are, originating from seven different European countries: Bertelsmann Stiftung (Gütersloh), Bruegel (Brussels), Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon), Chatham House (London), Compagnia di San Paolo (Turin),…