Conférence
 

Paris, 24 May 2016 – Jacques Delors confessions on Europe

24/05/2016
 
The Jacques Delors Institute, in partnership with the Maison de l'Europe of Paris, organises a debate about the book « L’homme qui ne voulait pas devenir roi » in which Jacques Delors and his archives, under Cécile Amar's pen, shed light on past successes and mistakes, as well as perspectives on the EU.

The Jacques Delors Institute, in partnership with the Maison de l’Europe of Paris, organises a debate about the book « L’homme qui ne voulait pas être roi » in which Jacques Delors and his archives, under Cécile Amar’s pen, shed light on past successes and mistakes, as well as perspectives on the EU.

Tuesday 24 May 2016
6.30 > 8.00 pm
Maison de l’Europe, 35-37, rue des Francs-Bourgeois 75004 Paris

6.30 > 8.00 pm – Round table
Cécile AMAR, journalist at the Journal du Dimanche and author of « L’homme qui ne voulait pas être roi »?
Yves BERTONCINI, director of the Jacques Delors Institute
Catherine LALUMIERE, president of the Maison de l’Europe paris
Nicolas LERON, president of EuroCité and associate research fellow at the European Centre of Study at Sciences Po Paris

Debate with the audience

Mandatory registration

L’homme qui ne voulait pas être roi, Conversations avec Jacques Delors” (Grasset, 2016) speaks about a country, a party, a man, and a human construction, the EU. Jacques Delors opened his archives to Cécile AMAR. The journalist comes back on the different steps of the European construction, on the vision of the former Europan Commission President, and his analysis of Europe’s situation.

The book will be available for selling and signing.

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