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Welcome to The Centre

The Centre is Edelman Brussels’ forum for debate, allowing people engaged in shaping Europe’s development to share ideas and views. It is both an incubator of ideas – hosting seminars, round tables, book launches, debates and a range of social events; and an instigator of ideas – collaborating with think tanks, foundations and other thinking communities globally to provide a different perspective and revitalise debate on the major issues of the day.

 

 

Recognising the globalised, inter-connected and inter-dependent nature of relationships in the rapidly changing 21st century world in which we all operate, The Centre’s activities take a European perspective as their starting point, but range across a wide set of often complex and inter-related issues, which we organise broadly as follows:

  • Public Engagement, Communications & the Media
  • Technology, Innovation, Jobs & the Knowledge Society
  • Health, Consumers & the Leisure Economy
  • Energy Security, Mobility & Natural Resource Efficiency
  • Macro-Economics, Finance, Trade & International Relations
  • Elections, Institutions, Governance & Security

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Events

The 'Right to Be Forgotten': How best to balance privacy and freedom of expression?

The 'Right to Be Forgotten': How best to balance privacy and freedom of expression?

01 Oct 2014

As EU policymakers continue their work on already highly contested legislative proposals on data protection and privacy, this panel discussion will focus on what the implications of this ruling are for individuals, governments, companies and the media.

The role of the next European Commission: politics or administration?

The role of the next European Commission: politics or administration?

24 Sep 2014

Has the European Commission become a “normal” executive institution? What main changes have taken place in the Commission’s way of functioning? How has the increased political control of the European Parliament altered the Commission? What can Europe expect from the next Commission in terms of democratisation?

Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries: Presentation of the Steel Analysis

Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries: Presentation of the Steel Analysis

23 Jul 2014

The Centre and Climate Strategies invite you to a stakeholder discussion on Carbon Control Post 2020 in Energy Intensive Industries: Presentation of the Steel Analysis.

What happens to oil, coal, power and gas assets in the transition to low-carbon energy systems?

What happens to oil, coal, power and gas assets in the transition to low-carbon energy systems?

09 Jul 2014

Join us for a presentation of Climate Policy Initiative’s new report “Moving to a Low Carbon Economy: The Impact of Different Transition Policy Pathways on the Owners of Fossil Fuel Resources and Assets" and a panel discussion with European Commission Director-General for Climate Action Jos Delbeke and MEP Bas Eickhout.

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