Fighting Fences - Fighting Fopulists

Political and Policy Implications of Migration


Fighting Fences - Fighting Fopulists

Republikon Intézet

This is the final event of the annual Republikon project: Evaluating the political impact of liberal policy stance on migration issue. The aim of the event is the general evaluation of the Budapest and Prague conferences: to see how migration affected the political and policy situations in these countries and across Europe. We would like to discuss the experiences, the most important conference takeaways and the possible policy implementations with the participants. The event is also an opportunity to draw up a framework of future liberal strategies concerning illiberalism, populism migration and employment.
Event organised by the European Liberal Forum (ELF). Supported by the Republikon Institute. Co-funded by the European Parliament.

Date: 22 June 2017 / 12:00 – 14.00 PM
Location: Brussels, European Parliament, PHS 1C051


12:00: Opening remarks
• Csaba Tóth, ELF Board Member, Director of Strategy at Republikon Institute

12:15: Fighting fences – Fighting populists
• Alexandra Stiglmayer, General Secretary, European Stability Initiative
• Heather Grabbe, office manager, Open Society Institute (tbc)
• Marcell Lőrincz, Vice-chair of ENAR
• Martina Dlabajová, MEP, ALDE, Vice President at European Liberal Forum
• Niedermüller Péter, MEP, S&D
• Csaba Tóth, ELF Board Member, Director of Strategy at Republikon Institute

14:00 Closing reception/ End of the event
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