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ESPAS Annual Conference 2019, Brussel

Berlaymontgebouw in Brussel
© Kevin Bergenhenegouwen
datum 14 oktober 2019 - 15 oktober 2019
plaats Brussel, België
locatie Berlaymont (BERL) Toon locatie
aanwezigen A.C. (Cecilia) Malmström e.a.
organisatie Europees centrum voor politieke strategie (EPSC)

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ESPAS Annual Conference 2019

Brussels

14 October 2019 to 15 October 2019

  • Annual Conference

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About the Conference

Speakers

Programme and Info

Publications

Global Trends to 2030:

Challenges and Choices for Europe

14-15 October 2019

About the Conference

This landmark conference brings together a select community of global foresight practitioners and strategists to explore the latest and most pressing social, economic, technological and geopolitical trends shaping the future of Europe and the world.

The 2019 meeting draws insights from the latest ESPAS report ‘Global Trends to 2030: Challenges and Choices for Europe,’ a forward-looking contribution to support policy- and decision-makers in the 2019-2024 EU Institutional cycle. The programme of the conference covers two days. The first day is hosted by the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC), the European Commission's in-house think tank, at its headquarters, the Berlaymont. The second day takes place in the European Parliament and is hosted by the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), the Parliament’s own think tank.

Check out last year's conference #ESPAS18

On ESPAS

The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) provides a framework for cooperation and consultation at administrative level, on a voluntary basis, between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Commission and the European External Action Service, with the European Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of the Regions, the European Investment Bank, the European Court of Auditors and the European Union Institute for Security Studies as observers, to work together on medium- and long-term trends facing or relating to the European Union.

Confirmed speakers

Maroš Šefčovič

Vice-President-Designate for Interinstitutional Relations & Foresight,

European Commission

Cecilia Malmström

European Commissioner for Trade

Ann Mettler

Head,

European Political Strategy Centre

Klaus Welle

Secretary-General,

European Parliament

Cinzia Alcidi

Senior Fellow,

Centre for European Policy Studies

Étienne Bassot

Director, Members' Research Service,

European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS)

Benedetta Berti-Alberti

Head of Policy Planning,

Office of the Secretary General, NATO

Pupul Bisht

Futurist; Founder,

Decolonizing Futures Initiative, India

Sergio Bitar

President,

Chilean Council for Prospective and Strategy, Chile

Lee C. Bollinger

President,

Columbia University, USA

Ricardo Borges de Castro

Adviser on Strategic Foresight,

European Political Strategy Centre

Hans Bruyninckx

Executive Director,

European Environment Agency

Mathew Burrows

Director of the Foresight, Strategy and Risks Initiative,

Atlantic Council, USA

Jim Cloos

Deputy Director General for General and Institutional Policy,

EU Council of Ministers

August Cole

Author, Non-Resident Fellow,

Atlantic Council, USA

Hervé Delphin

Head of Division, Strategic Planning,

European External Action Service

Mikko Dufva

Foresight Specialist,

Sitra

James Elles

Honorary President,

European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS)

Leon S. Fuerth

Co-Director,

Project on Foresight and Democracy, USA

Florence Gaub

Deputy Director,

European Union Institute for Security Studies

Oliver Gnad

Co-founder & Managing Director,

Bureau für Zeitgeschehen

François Godement

Senior Advisor for Asia,

Institut Montaigne

Heather Grabbe

Director,

Open Society European Policy Institute

Ruby Gropas

Team Leader, Social Affairs,

European Political Strategy Centre

Hans-Christian Hagman

Chief Analyst and Senior Adviser to the Swedish State Secretary for Foreign Affairs

Suhasini Haidar

National Editor & Diplomatic Affairs Editor,

The Hindu, India

Lorna Harries

Professor,

University of Exeter Medical School

Tom Hillenbrand

Novelist

Stihn Hoorens

Director,

RAND Europe

Eva Kaili

Member of the European Parliament

Othmar Karas

Vice-President of the European Parliament

Parag Khanna

Founder & Managing Partner,

FutureMap

Jeanette Kwek

Deputy Director, Strategic Futures,

Ministry of Defence, Singapore

Maria Langan-Riekhof

Director, Strategic Futures Group,

National Intelligence Council, USA

Elena Lazarou

Policy Analyst,

European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS)

Alexander Mattelaer

Academic Director,

Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Antonio Missiroli

Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges,

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Richard K. Morgan

Professional fabricator of dystopias

Rainer Münz

Adviser on Migration and Demography to the EPSC,

European Political Strategy Centre

Mareike Ohlberg

Research Associate,

Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS)

Isabella Pirolo

Policy Assistant to the Director-General,

Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, European Commission

Sheila R. Ronis

Co-Director,

Project on Foresight and Democracy, USA

Nanjira Sambuli

Senior Policy Manager,

World Wide Web Foundation, Kenya

Simon Serfaty

Brzezinski Chair (emer.) in Global Security and Geostrategy, CSIS, USA

Radosław Sikorski

Member of the European Parliament

Serge Stroobants

Director, Europe and MENA region,

Institute for Economics and Peace

Ayaka Suzuki

Director, Strategic Planning and Monitoring Unit,

Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General

Pawel Świeboda

Deputy Head,

EPSC

Teija Tiilikainen

Director,

European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats

Sergey Utkin

Head, Strategic Assessment Section, Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russia

Kristel Van der Elst

Director General,

Policy Horizons, Canada

Programme and other information

Programme

(PDF, 0.4 MB)

Programme + Bios

(PDF, 0.9 MB)

Practical Information

(PDF, 0.4 MB)

For media inquiries and any questions, please contact EPSC-EU-STRATEGIC-FORESIGHT@ec.europa.eu.

Publications

Global Trends to 2030

Strategic Foresight Primer

ESPAS in Brief

(PDF, 1.3 MB)

⮞ Check out more

ESPAS publications

Keynotes and presentations

espas2019-brochure.pdf

espas2019-programme.pdf


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Europees centrum voor politieke strategie (EPSC)

Dit directoraat-generaal, voorheen het Bureau van Europese beleidsadviseurs (BEPA), bestaat uit een professionele staf van adviseurs, beleidsanalisten en een ondersteunende staf. Zij moeten professioneel en goed-geïnformeerd advies geven aan de voorzitter van de Commissie en aan de andere eurocommissarissen.

Ook moeten ze aanbevelingen over thema's met betrekking tot het EU-beleid formuleren. Dit directoraat-generaal is georganiseerd in zes teams: economisch zaken, sociale zaken, duurzame ontwikkeling, buitenlandse zaken, institutioneel en een communicatieteam.

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