WHO ARE WE ?

OUR MISSIONS

We are the European think tank founded by Jacques Delors in 1996 (under the name Notre Europe), at the end of his presidency of the European Commission.

Our aim is to produce analyses and proposals targeting European decision-makers and a wider audience, and to contribute to the debate on the European Union.

TO MAKE EUROPE KNOWN
TO ANALYZE THE EUROPEAN CURRENT EVENTS
TO OFFER TO DECISION-MAKERS INNOVATIVE PROPOSAL
TO DISSEMINATE THE IDEAS OF JACQUES DELORS

PRESIDENCY

Gnesotto Nicole

2020-08-18T16:31:34+02:00Vice-President, Member of the Board of Directors of the Jacques Delors Institute. Professor at CNAM

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Lamy Pascal

2020-08-18T16:28:15+02:00President emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute

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MANAGEMENT

Pellerin-Carlin Thomas

2020-11-13T17:19:05+01:00Director of the Jacques Delors Energy Centre Research Fellow, European Energy Policy

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Pons Geneviève

2020-08-18T16:36:53+02:00Director General of Europe – Jacques Delors in Brussels

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Fernandes Sofia

2020-08-18T16:29:58+02:00Director of Académie Notre Europe Senior research fellow, economic and social affairs

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RESEARCH

Andreas Eisl

2020-08-18T16:41:44+02:00Research fellow macroeconomic and budgetary policy-making, public debt, investment

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Delair Marie

2020-08-18T16:41:18+02:00Research assistant, Jacques Delors Energy Centre

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Gouez Aziliz

2020-08-18T16:29:58+02:00Associate Research Fellow, European identity and political symbolism

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Rubio Eulalia

2020-08-18T16:29:58+02:00Senior Research Fellow, economic and social affairs, EU budget

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Fabry Elvire

2020-08-18T16:29:58+02:00Senior Research Fellow, trade policy and Brexit

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ADMINISTRATION AND OUTREACH

THREE MINUTES TO DISCOVER THE JDI

I created the Jacques Delors Institute in 1996 on my return to Paris following the end of my presidency of the European Commission. To this “think tank” for Europe I first gave the name “Notre Europe” (“Our Europe”), with the aim of stimulating European debate by means of papers, speaking events and appearances in the radio and television media. We tried to form a team which could fulfil two objectives: firstly, to produce analyses and proposals, and secondly – much more difficult – to try to exercise an influence on the governments and member states of the EU. Today, the Jacques Delors Institute  team is international – the most important point. Its work is organised in an efficient manner and everyone is committed to producing the best possible work, be it analysis, research into new propositions, or participation in colloquiums and seminars.

I would like to pay tribute here to this team, to these men and women who are working tirelessly to build an ever more united and strong Europe.

Since 1996, the Jacques Delors Institute’s work has for me been a key to understanding the changes which affect European integration.

Jacques Delors