Event - 28. januar
Tænketanken EUROPA, Amagertorv 29A 4. sal, 1160 København K
(Indgang fra Strøget via Klostergaarden)
16:00 – 17:30
The rise of Euroscepticism and nationalistic parties in the wake of the refugee crisis has a huge impact on the debate about the future of Europe. From France to Denmark nationalistic parties have succeeded in setting a eurosceptical agenda putting pressure on mainstream parties to change. And now some member states are reintroducing national border control, which challenges the fundamental rights of free movement in the EU.
How should Europe deal with these interlinked challenges?
Yves Bertoncini, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, a Paris based leading European think tank, will give a lecture on the challenges seen from a French perspective, followed by a dialogue with the director of research at Think Tank EUROPA, Catharina Sørensen.