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Paris, 17th October 2019 – Pew Research Center Conference: the Value of Europe

| 17/10/2019 | 10:30 > 12:00 |
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The Pew Research Center and the Jacques Delors Institute organise a conference to present main conclusions of the study "The Value of Europe: A 30-year Look at How Europeans See Democracy, Free Markets and Social Change Since the Collapse of Communism"

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The Jacques Delors Institute is glad to invite for a presentation delivered by James Bell, Vice President of Global Strategies of the Pew Research Center, entitled:

The Value of Europe: A 30-year Look at How Europeans See Democracy, Free Markets and Social Change Since the Collapse of Communism

17th of October, 2019
from 10:30 to 12:00

Jacques Delors Institute
18, rue de Londres, Paris 9ème

Welcome coffee from 10:00

In October, to mark the 30th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Pew Research Center will be releasing a landmark study on European public opinion. The study is the newest edition of a research project first conducted in 1991 and then again 2009, charting attitudes in 16 nations across Europe on – among other topics – the transition to democracy and capitalism, the European Union, national identity, Europe’s economic integration and the relationship between citizens and the state.

Conference by invitation only

The Jacques Delors Institute is glad to invite for a presentation delivered by James Bell, Vice President of Global Strategies of the Pew Research Center, entitled:

The Value of Europe: A 30-year Look at How Europeans See Democracy, Free Markets and Social Change Since the Collapse of Communism

17th of October, 2019
from 10:30 to 12:00

Jacques Delors Institute
18, rue de Londres, Paris 9ème

Welcome coffee from 10:00

In October, to mark the 30th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Pew Research Center will be releasing a landmark study on European public opinion. The study is the newest edition of a research project first conducted in 1991 and then again 2009, charting attitudes in 16 nations across Europe on – among other topics – the transition to democracy and capitalism, the European Union, national identity, Europe’s economic integration and the relationship between citizens and the state.

Conference by invitation only

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