On 9 July, we hosted an event by the European Centre for Public Affairs 2.0 and Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP) on the future concerns of the recently formed Parliament. The discussion focused on the issues that are at the heart of the political agenda of the new Parliament and analysed whether the new political grouping in the European Parliament means that consultants in Brussels and member states need to change their public affairs tactics.
Participants were welcomed by Emma Brown, ecpa 2.0 President.
Our guest speakers include:
- Richard Steel, Interel
- Carlo Peano, Free2Move
- Paul Wujek, SEAP
- EP representative (TBC)
Concluding remarks were given by Anna Drozd, Policy Adviser with the UK Law Societies’ Office and SEAP Board member.
To register to the event, please click here.