At Reading Room (Felolvasóterem), Hungarian Academy of Sciences (9 Széchenyi tér, Budapest 1051) on 16th May 2014, 3.00-6.00 pm
The financial crisis has generated fundamental questions about the EU governance, as well as the future shape and direction of the European Union. With the upcoming European elections likely to become a battle for the future of the EU itself, the conference aims to critically examine the key issues the EU has to face at this crucial time providing views from London and Budapest.
Former Ambassador of Hungary to the United Kingdom
Director of the Federal Trust, former Member of the European Parliament
Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of London Metropolitan University
Deputy State Secretary for International Communications
Director of the Danube Institute, Director of 21st Century Initiatives, Senior Fellow at the National Review Institute in Washington
Former Member of the European Parliament and Vice Chairman of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee
The speeches will be followed by a round table discussion moderated by:
Nick Thorpe (BBC)
Please register to attend:
The event is open to the media.