Brexit, public affairs, EU policy making

Added value – What Europe can do to regain the initiative

What are the key drivers that are likely to drive the EU’s agenda in the next 5 years? The time to engage is now!

This will be the ‘last-chance’ Commission,” President Juncker told the European Parliament when he took office in 2014. Today, public support for the EU is at its highest level in 35 years. A newly emboldened Commission is once again churning out ambitious legislative proposals. Yet in many areas the EU is still on the defensive. Barring a major surprise, Brexit will become a reality in 2019. Internationally, the liberal democratic order championed by the EU is under severe threat. In 2019 Europe’s voters will elect a new European Parliament, a new European Commission will take office and the European Council will choose its next President.

What will drive their agenda during the new five-year political term?

Emergence of the robot society, clean earth revolution, corporations under fire, internal upheaval, a volatile world. Those are the key drivers we believe are likely to shape the 2019-2024 EU policy agenda.

For companies, trade associations, NGOs, citizens and others who have a stake in what’s ahead, the time to engage is now!

The report ‘Added value – What Europe can do to regain the initiative’ was unveiled on 11 June 2018 at our event with CEO of Save the Children International and former Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt.


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