The upcoming elections in Germany will undoubtedly have an impact beyond Berlin and on the broader European Union. What are the implications of these elections for Germany and for EU policy priorities? And how can lobbyists adapt to a new landscape and engage effectively with present and future stakeholders in Germany?
Designed for EU public affairs professionals, this series of 3 x 1.5-hour online workshops will focus on the practical aspects of EU decision-making, how to influence it, and what will be some of the main issues influencing upcoming EU legislation (policy-wise and procedurally).
Sustainability, inclusion, and responsibility are key forces driving innovative approaches in business and politics. Join the Brussels Forum to connect with your peers and hear high-level presentations and discussions about strategy, trends, and how emerging issues are shaping public affairs -- today and tomorrow.
In an uncertain and globalized world, global public affairs leaders need to act strategically and have a keen understanding of business risks and the socio-political environment. This half-day seminar will provide an overarching perspective on how to identify, assess, communicate and manage global risks. You’ll hear from public affairs peers, academics and corporate leaders. This program is eligible for 2 Core credits towards the Certificate in Public Affairs Management.