Bordeaux, 25 January 2018 – 12th Franco-german dialogue

25/02/2018 - 14:30 > 19:00
Geneviève Pons-Deladrière, director of the Jacques Delors Institute office in Brussels, intervenes for the 12th Franco-german dialogue. This event takes place in Bordeaux, at the Goethe-Institute Bordeaux' office and is oragnised jointly by the Franco-German Academy for International Affairs of Bordeaux, the Goethe-Institute in Bordeaux, the City of Bordeaux, the Genshagen Foundation and the Parisian office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Geneviève Pons-Deladrière intervenes more specifically in a roundtable entitled “European Union: quo vadis?”, during which she debates with Thierry Chopin, research director of the Robert Schuman Foundation, and Roland Theis, Secretary of state and plenipotentiary for European affairs of Saarland. This dialogue closes at the cityhall of Bordeaux, with a closing speech of the current mayor of the City of Bordeaux and former French Prime Minister, Alain Juppé.

If you want more information on the event, you can consult the dedicated webpage on the Goethe Institute website (in French). On a similar topic, you can also read the study published by the Jacques Delors Institute, “Europe, Germany, France: evolution of public opinions” (Pascal Lamy, Henrik Enderlein, Sébastien Maillard et Daniel Debomy, 13 September, 2017).