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LECTURES spring 2005

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16 Feb 2005

Common US-EU Forum on Global Issues is Needed
(The Financial Times, February 16, 2005)

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

10 Mar 2005
PARIS

The Danish Model of 'Flexicurity' - An Active Labour Market Strategy for Older Workers (powerpoint file)
THOMAS QVORTRUP CHRISTENSEN
Ministry of Employment, Copenhagen

10 Mar 2005
PARIS

What are the Reasons that the EU is Lagging
Behind the USA in Creating New Jobs?
Dr. OLIVIER PASSET
Head of the Economic, Financial and International Service
Commissariat Général du Plan, Paris
(Prime Minister's Office)

10 Mar 2005
PARIS

Welfare State Reform in the European Union:
Are We Heading for a Minimal Welfare State?
Mr. MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

10 Mar 2005
PARIS

The European Employment Strategy and
the Lisbon Agenda -
The Way Towards More and Better Jobs?

LUC THOLONIAT
European Commission
DG Employment, Social Affairs
and Equal Opportunities

11 Mar 2005

Active Labour Market Policies in the UK: What is the Secret of the British Success? (powerpoint file)
BILL WELLS
Department for Work and Pensions, London Head Economy and Labour Market Division

11 Mar 2005
PARIS

Employment Policies in the EU in an Era of Globalisation:
What should be the Answer to the Relocation of Work to Cheap Labour Countries?

JOHN EVANS
General Secretary, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD

11 Mar 2005
PARIS

How Can Private Firms Be Engaged to Find Jobs for the Unemployed?
The Example of 'Maatwerk'
Mr. STEPHANE NIGER
Director of 'Maatwerk' France
'Maatwerk' is a private Dutch firm, engaged by the French government to find jobs for the unemployed

11 Apr 2005

The Coming French No Vote: a Disaster for Europe?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

11 Apr 2005
PARIS

Job Creation by Boosting Entrepreneurship
How to Stimulate and Finance the Creation of Micro-Entreprises (powerpoint file)

CATHERINE SNYERS
ADIE - Association for the Right on Economic Initiative, Paris

01 Jun 2005

Five Lessons to be Learned from a Failed Constitution
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

09 Jun 2005
PARIS

After the Fortuyn and Van Gogh Murders:
Is the Dutch Integration Model in Disarray?

Prof. Dr. RINUS PENNINX
University of Amsterdam Scientific Director Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies

09 Jun 2005
PARIS

Germany's Transformation into an Immigration Country:
What Lessons Can Be Learned from the German Experience?
Dr. CHRISTOPH HAUSCHILD
Ministry of the Interior, Berlin
Director Referat I.2 - Integration Questions

09 Jun 2005
PARIS

Integrating Migrants in Sweden:
What are the Lessons of the Swedish Approach?
Dr. RAOUF RESSAISSI
Swedish Integration Board
Expert
Strategic Measures Department

10 Jun 2005
PARIS

The Integration of Muslim Communities in Europe: A Comparison of the Integration Strategies in Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom (powerpoint file)
ANNA STEPIEN
University of Vienna Department of Political Science Migration Expert

10 Jun 2005
PARIS

Ins and Outs of an EU Integration Policy: The Position of Migrants in the Era of Security
Prof. Dr. MONICA DEN BOER
Scientific Dean at the Police Academy of the Netherlands
Police Academy Chair at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

10 Jun 2005
PARIS

Integrating Migrants in Britain: What are the Strengths and Weaknesses of the British Multicultural Model?
Dr. SARAH KYAMBI
Institute For Public Policy Research, London

10 Jun 2005
PARIS

Populist Perceptions of Migrants:
What are the Causes and What Can Be Done?
The Example of the Netherlands
Mr. MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

10 Jun 2005
PARIS

Migrants and the Media: What is the Influence on Public Opinion of Migrant Images Created by the Media?
Mr. MATHIEU RIGOUSTE
Institut Maghreb Europe, Paris
Dr. ISABELLE RIGONI
Panos Institute, Paris
Expert Programme MIME
International Migration and the Media

 
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