EPSC

Events

28 November 2018 to 29 November 2018
Brussels
5 November 2018
Charlemagne Building, Brussels

The EU’s firm commitment to sustaining higher rates of investment and improving the business environment is reflected in its ambitious Investment Plan for Europe – widely acknowledged as one of the most successful initiatives of the Juncker Commission.

Scheduled shortly after the launch of a new European Commission Communication on Investment and in the midst of negotiations on the EU’s future budgetary framework, the conference will gather key stakeholders from the European institutions and Member States, as well as private sector representatives from within and outside the EU.

15 October 2018 to 16 October 2018
#EUProtects

With a number of watershed elections on the horizon, including the 2018 mid-term elections in the United States and the 2019 European Parliament elections, how confident can we be in the resilience of our electoral processes and democracies? Are policymakers and institutions adapting fast enough to constantly evolving threats and technologies?

Under the patronage of Sir Julian King, European Commissioner for the Security Union, and in collaboration with the Security Union Taskforce, the European Political Strategy Centre has the great pleasure to invite you to a High-Level Conference on ‘Election Interference in the Digital Age: Building Resilience to Cyber-Enabled Threats’.

27 March 2018
Berlaymont Building, Brussels

On 27 March 2018, the European Political Strategy Centre hosted six leading international experts for a High-Level Hearing on ‘A European Union Strategy for Artificial Intelligence’ to intellectually accompany the European Commission’s ongoing public consultation on Artificial Intelligence. During the Hearing, the experts were asked to address a set of predetermined questions with the knowledge that a full transcript of the Hearing would be submitted as a public contribution to the consultation.

22 February 2018
Berlaymont Building, Brussels

‘Fake news’ and disinformation spread quickly in the digital age. By the time they can be exposed and skewed narratives corrected, our democratic fabric is already damaged. Trust in the very concepts of truth, fact and reality is undermined. Even worse, elections might be manipulated or swung.

On 22 February 2018, the European Political Strategy Centre hosted five leading international experts for a High-Level Hearing on ‘Preserving Democracy in the Digital Age’ to intellectually accompany the European Commission’s ongoing public consultation on ‘fake news’ and online disinformation.

8 January 2018 to 9 January 2018
Charlemagne Building, Brussels

In his State of the Union speech on 13 September 2017, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, laid out his roadmap towards the European Summit in May 2019. He underlined that the European Union needs a budget that matches its ambitions and meets future challenges. The Reflection Paper on the Future of EU Finances has fostered a debate on the EU´s budgetary needs to sustain Europe›s prosperity and security. The task is now to look into policy options and to prepare decisions.

The European Political Strategy Centre, the European Commission’s in-house think tank, convened this conference to feed into the preparation of the next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). The sessions were interactive and participatory. Participation in the event was by invitation only - a live web stream of the sessions was provided publicly.

22 November 2017 to 23 November 2017

Global Trends to 2030: The Making of a New Geopolitical Order?

This landmark conference brought together a select community of global foresight practitioners and strategists to explore the latest and most pressing trends shaping geopolitics in the coming decade.

Together, we attempted to shed light on pressing issues such as the future of multilateralism, new challenges to Europe's security outlook, and how governments and international institutions can thrive in an increasingly uncertain and volatile world.

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