This invitation-only and closed-door round-table is organised as a follow-up to the Informal European Council in Sibiu, Romania, where European leaders are expected to discuss the next steps towards a more united, stronger, and more democratic union.
Senior academics and policy-makers will gather to take stock of the commitments coming out of the Sibiu summit, debate on the future of European governance, and discuss scenarios for differentiated integration.
The event will be divided in two sections :
- “Taking stock of the current state of affairs after Sibiu“, chaired by Guntram B. Wolff, director of Bruegel, with the contribution of Pawel Karbownik, Advisor, Cabinet of Donald Tusk
- “Thinking ahead for differentiated integration in Europe“, chaired by John Erik Fossum, Professor, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo; EU3D coordinator, with the contribution of Andrew Duff, President, Spinelli Group; former Member, European Parliament 1999-2014