hosted by European Network of Political Foundations
This panel will bring together European political foundations, civil society representatives, academics and political actors. ENoP’s long-standing experience as a bridge-builder between civil society and political actors will provide for an enriching discussion, representing various standpoints and visions on a stronger and more integrated Europe.
As Europe marks the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, it is time for the European Union to address its major challenges and shape a common vision for its future. Following Juncker’s proposal for a ‘’multi-speed’’ Europe after Brexit and the conclusions of the Rome summit, this interactive session aims at contributing to the debate on Europe’s future. Our speakers, from various EU countries and backgrounds, would highlight the main challenges that they see ahead of the EU, while exploring different solutions as to how to contribute to a deepened integration, while enhancing political, social and economic ties.
Arnold Kammel - Director of the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy and Programme Director for International Relations of the Political Academy PolAk - Austria, European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP), Austria
Antonis Klapsis - Adjunct Lecturer at Neapolis University Pafos – Cyprus, European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP), Greece
Panayiotis Kakolyris - Journalist and Social Media Expert, European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP), Greece
Nikolay Paunov - Chairperson, Liberal Politological Institute (LPI), Bulgaria
Doris Pack - President, EPP Women, Germany