Conférence
 
Turin, 14/15 November 2017 – Vision Europe Summit
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INSCRIPTIONS
 
The Jacques Delors Institute organises, the 14th and 15th November 2017, in Turin, the next edition of the Vision Europe Summit. This event is organised in partnership with a consortium of European think-tanks and aims at debating on "Winners and Losers of globalisation" by allowing for discussions between a great diversity of actors coming from the political, economic or academic spheres.
The Jacques Delors Institute organises, the 14th and 15th November 2017, in Turin, the next edition of the Vision Europe Summit. This event is organised in partnership with the Bertelsmann Stiftung (Güterslooh), Bruegel (Brussels), the Gulbenkian Fondation (Lisbon), Case (Warsaw), Chatham House (London), the Compania de San Paolo (Turin), and the Finish Innovation Fund (Helsinki). It aims at debating on “Winners and Losers of globalisation” by allowing for discussions between a great diversity of actors coming from the political, economic or academic spheres. Elvire Fabry, senior research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, moderates a discussion on policy briefs published before the Summit by the the partners.

Vision Europe is a consortium of think tanks and foundations, launched in 2015, collaborating to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe and its member states. Through research, publications and an annual summit, we aim to be a forum for debate and a source of recommendations to improve evidence-based policy-making at both national and EU level and to foster an appropriate European integration. Over the course of the past two years we addressed the pressing issues of the future of the welfare state as well as migrationand refugee flows.

For mroe information on the Vision Europe Summit and the 2017 edition, you can consult the webpage dedicated to the project, the program as well as the speakers’ biographies, enclosed to this announcement. 

 

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