Join us virtually in the 8th edition of the CEPS Ideas Lab titled “Seeking ImmUnity: Europe in a post-Covid World”!

The event, organised by TRIGGER coordinator CEPS – Centre for European Policy Studies will bring together Europe’s top decision-makers and thinkers to discuss the most pressing issues confronting the European Union.

Starting next Monday 31 May and running until Friday 4 June, the Ideas Lab programme will showcase discussions on the Health Crisis, European Green Deal, Europe’s Industrial Future, Economic Recovery and a Strategic Union for the European Union. The theme throughout will explore ways for Europe to seek unity in these uncertain times.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Agriculture and Food
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Climate
  • Economy
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Foreign Policy
  • Health
  • Industrial Policy
  • Innovation
  • Institutions
  • Rights and Security
  • Social Europe
  • Trade

Speakers include High Representative Josep Borrell (tbc), Vice-President for Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight Maroš Šefčovič, Nobel laureate Michael Spence, American economist Adam Posen, MEP Kira Marie Peter-Hansen, Indian economist Jayati Ghosh, French businessman Emmanuel Faber, and many more!

In this 8th edition of the Ideas Lab, for the first time CEPS will implement the Young Thinkers Initiative in collaboration with TRIGGER project. 30 Young Thinkers will participate in guided foresight sessions, be amongst the first to test a new gamification tool and have the opportunity to present their ideas to policymakers in a high-level roundtable. The theme of the activities will focus on the Future of Europe and citizen engagement.

More information:

Register here until this Friday 28 May at 12:00 CET to join the CEPS Ideas Lab.