European Parliament Elections: What the Result Might Mean for Europe's Future

European Union
AULA FRANCESCHI - BOCCONI UNIVERSITY, VIA SARFATTI 25
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As Europe prepares for the 2024 elections to the European Parliament in June, global tensions, climate protests, and sluggish economic growth dominate public discourse. European voters seem increasingly polarized on how to deal with these challenges, and their vote choices will likely to reshape the composition of European Parliament. This panel brings together European thought leaders to discuss the implications of the elections for the EU's future.

 

SPEAKERS
Catherine De Vries - Dean for International Affairs and Professor of Political Science at Bocconi University.
Sylvie Goulard - President of the Deutsch Französisches Institut (Ludwigburg, Germany) and Vice President of the Institute for European policy making at Bocconi University (Milano, Italy).
Isabell Hoffmann - Director of the Europe in the World research area at the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute.

CHAIR
Eleanor Spaventa - Full Professor, Department of Law, Bocconi University