|Location||Albert Borschette Conference Centre, rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels|
|Time||08:30hrs - 19:30hrs|
What do we have to do in order to achieve a better and sustainable growth after the crisis? What are the main challenges in our social and economic policy? What choices does Belgium have to make after the federal elections of June 13th?
The European Commission aims to inspire with the “Europe 2020” strategy.
During a study and conference day organised by the Itinera Institute and the European Commission, prominent speakers from the political, economic and academic world debated on the main themes of the European strategy and its application in Belgium.
You can download the written report of the event here
You can download the speakers' presentations here below:
EUROPE 2020 AND BELGIUM: THE CHALLENGES
How the world's best performing school sytems come out on top: lessons for Belgium
Labour market dynamics: a Belgian perspective
Turning the Green Dream into a sustainable reality: a road map for Belgium
The challenges of ageing for social security and public finances: the road ahead in Belgium
Industrial and innovation policies: the do's and dont's of post-crisis growth strategy
How to improve competitiveness in Belgium: key strategies for the future
Click here for the itinerary.
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