Panel debate: Perspectives on diversity
Advancing a Europe of gender, age and cultural diversity
On 29 November, the European Movement International is organising a panel debate in the context of the Women of Europe Awards 2017.
With the Awards being handed over to the winners in the evening that day, this afternoon debate allows for an in-depth discussion on the role of diversity in Europe’s future seen from different perspectives. While the discussion on Europe’s future is taking place all around the European Union, this event makes the case for an inclusive debate that engages all European citizens irrespective of their gender, age or cultural background.
14.45 – 15.00: Arrival and registration (Google, Chaussée d’Etterbeek 180, Brussels, Belgium)
15.00 – 15.10: Opening remarks by Lie Junius, Director EU Public Policy & Government Relations, Google
15.10 – 15.45: Initial discussion among the panelists
- Hassan Al Hilou, Youngest diversity entrepreneur of Belgium, Founder of AGE Consultancy
- Fiona Carlin, Chair, Global Antitrust and Competition practice, Baker McKenzie
- Corinna Hörst, Deputy Director & Senior Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States / Co-author of the book ‘Women Leading the Way in Brussels’
- Veronika Pountcheva, Vice President, METRO AG
- Ambassador Åsa Webber, Deputy Permanent Representative of Sweden to the EU
15.45 – 16.30: Q&A with the moderator Joanna Maycock, Secretary General, European Women’s Lobby
To register, please fill in the form: