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Europe’s Future: What do the public and the elite really think?

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ERSTE Foundation

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ERSTE Foundation and Chatham House are pleased to invite you to the launch of a Chatham House report and panel discussion.

An upcoming Chatham House report, that examines the crucial divergence in attitudes towards European integration between the general public and an "elite" group of leaders from business, civil society, journalists and elected officials.

The project is based on a major 10 country survey, which was conducted by Chatham House and Kantar Public in January 2017. The analysis aims to promote a more inclusive debate that reflects the differences in attitudes across Europe, as well as offer some thinking on how these divides might be bridged.

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from 3:30 pm
REGISTRATION | COFFEE AND TEA


4:00 pm
PANEL DISCUSSION

Findings for the EU as well as specific results for Austria and Hungary, and what the implications could be for policy makers at the national and European levels. With Edit Inotai (Centre For Euro-Atlantic Integration And Democracy, Budapest), Thomas Raines (Chatham House, London), Paul Schmidt (Austrian Society for European Politics, Vienna). Moderation: Robin Gosejohann (ERSTE Foundation)


5:15 pm
DRINKS RECEPTION


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This project is supported by ERSTE Foundation, King Baudouin Foundation, Robert Bosch Stiftung, and Stiftung Mercator.

The event will be in English.

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