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LECTURES spring 1999

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18 Feb 1999
PARIS

Overcoming Labour Market Inflexibilities:
New Labour's Employment Policy in Britain
WIN HARRIS
Head of European Division of the Department for Education and Employment, London

18 Feb 1999
PARIS

The Fight against Unemployment in The Netherlands:
A Dutch Miracle?
RAYMOND VAN DER PUTTEN
Economics Department
Country Studies Division, The Netherlands Desk, OECD, Paris

18 Feb 1999
PARIS

What Role for the European Union in Defining a European Employment Policy?
The Rt. Hon. BARBARA WEILER, MEP
Member of the Committee on Social Affairs of The European Parliament

18 Feb 1999
PARIS

The French Approach:
Will the 35 Hours Week Stimulate Job Creation?
PROFESSOR GILBERT CETTE
University of Aix-Marseille, Counsellor at the Cabinet of the Minister of Employment and Solidarity; Member of the Council for Economic Analysis of the Government Jospin

18 Feb 1999
PARIS

The Role of the Trade Unions in Fighting Unemployment
DAVID FODEN
European Trade Union Institute, Brussels

19 Feb 1999
PARIS

For a Social Market Economy: How to Stimulate and Finance the Creation of Micro-Enterprises?
SOPHIE CHABANEL
Chief of Delegation of Ile de France of ADIE
Association for the Right on Economic Initiative, Paris

19 Feb 1999
PARIS

How to Give the Fight Against Unemployment a European Dimension?
RUTH PASERMAN
European Commission, Brussels, Directorate General V

19 Feb 1999
PARIS

Job Creation and Welfare State Reform in Europe:
Toward a Minimal Welfare State?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

19 Feb 1999
PARIS

Reducing Unemployment in Europe:
What Strategy Should Be Followed?
JEAN-PIERRE BARRIERE
President of the Group Employment of CEEP
European Centre of Enterprises with Public Participation and of Enterprises of General Interest, Brussels

15 Apr 1999
PARIS

The Transatlantic Relationship in the Twenty-First Century: Will NATO Last?
Professor DAVID P. CALLEO
Dean Acheson Professor of European Studies; Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Washington, D.C.

15 Apr 1999
PARIS

Defence Industry:
Growing EU-US Competition or Transatlantic Co-operation?
PATRICE HUMMEL
Aérospatiale, Paris, Department of Corporate Strategy

15 Apr 1999
PARIS

The Washington Summit and NATO's Fiftieth Anniversary: What are the Prospects for the Future?
ERIC POVEL
NATO Headquarters, Brussels

15 Apr 1999
PARIS

NATO's Strategy Review:
Will it Reduce Risks in the Post Cold War Era?
Dr. PATRICIA CHILTON
Chair of the UK Board of Trustees of the British American Security Information Council Director of the Centre for Research in International Security Manchester Metropolitan University

15 Apr 1999
PARIS

New Nato Strategy and Enlargement:
What Will Be the Role of the New Members?
KAROLY BANAI
Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Budapest, NATO-WEU Department, Head of Section for Political Co-ordination

16 Apr 1999
PARIS

How Can the European Security and Defence Identity be Strengthened? The Proposals of the British Government and the Anglo-French Saint-Malo Initiative
Dr. BRIAN H. WELLS
Deputy Director North Atlantic and Western Europe
Ministry of Defence, London

16 Apr 1999
PARIS

NATO's Fiftieth Anniversary and the Russia-NATO Partnership: A Critical Assessment
MIKHAIL LEBEDEV
First Secretary
Embassy of the Russian Federation, Paris

16 Apr 1999
PARIS

The WEU and the Anglo-French Saint-Malo Initiative:
Will it Enhance or Diminish the Role of the WEU?
GUIDO LENZI
Director of the Institute for Security Studies of the Western European Union, Paris

16 Apr 1999
PARIS

NATO's New Strategic Concept, the Saint-Malo Initiative, and ESDI:
What is the Position of France?
Professor NICOLE GNESOTTO
Sciences Po, Paris
Institut français des relations internationales, Paris

19 May 1999
LISBON

The 2000 Intergovernmental Conference:
What are the Goals of the Portuguese Presidency?
Dra. JOSEFINA DE CARVALHO
Deputy Secretary General of European Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lisbon

10 Jun 1999
PARIS

After Amsterdam: How to Safeguard Refugee Protection in the Process of European Harmonization?
ANNE CASTAGNOS
Member of the Executive Committee of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles ECRE, London

10 Jun 1999
PARIS

Legalizing Illegal Immigrants in France:
Recurring Patterns and Problems
Professor JOHANNA SIMÉANT
University of La Rochelle, Law Department
Author of 'La cause des Sans-Papiers' (The Cause of the Illegal Immigrants)

10 Jun 1999
PARIS

The German Presidency After the Kosovo Crisis:
How to Handle Emergencies?
HARALD GREIB
Ministry of the Interior
Division European Migration and Asylum Policy, Bonn

11 Jun 1999
PARIS

The European Migration and Refugee Policy in the Context of the Wider, Global, Refugee Movements
ANNE WILLEM BIJLEVELD
UNHCR, Geneva; Director of Bureau Europe

11 Jun 1999
PARIS

Multiculturalism or Assimilation:
What Policy Europe Should Adopt?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

11 Jun 1999
PARIS

Trends in International Migration:
How to Cope with a Growing Influx?
JEAN-PIERRE GARSON
Head of the Migration Division, OECD, Paris

11 Jun 1999
PARIS

Refugee Policy in France: Recent Developments
JEAN-LOUIS DELARUE
Director of Public Freedoms and Juridical Affairs
Ministry of the Interior, Paris

 
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