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Trends in Global Governance and Europe's Role

Dates:
  • Tue 12 Nov 2019 14.00 - 18.00
  • Wed 13 Nov 2019 09.00 - 17.30
  • Thu 14 Nov 2019 08.30 - 17.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-11-12 14:00 2019-11-14 17:00 Europe/Paris Trends in Global Governance and Europe's Role

Funded under Horizon 2020, TRIGGER - TRends In Global Governance and Europe’s Role studies the EU’s actorness and influence in global governance. As a basis for this study, it maps global governance arrangements and modes of measuring them. Against the backdrop of this research, the project also develops new ways to harness the potential of public engagement and participatory foresight in complex governance decisions. TRIGGER uses conventional social science research, coupled with advanced data science.

From 12 to 14 November 2019, TRIGGER will hold its first annual conference at the EUI. The event consists of two thematic sessions and a separate foresight workshop. On 12 November 2019, research on the relationship between EU governance and global governance will be presented, which will be followed by a seminar on AI-enabled sentiment analysis. On 13 and 14 November, a foresight workshop will aim at defining comprehensive, yet approachable, alternative futures for complex global governance. Participants will engage with experts to categorise and prioritise factors that have the greatest potential to effect global governance over the long-term, and will generate scenarios following a narrative template developed to help foster citizen engagement with complex futures.

The TRIGGER project is part of the Global Governance Programme
The event is upon invitation only

Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia DD/MM/YYYY
  Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia

Funded under Horizon 2020, TRIGGER - TRends In Global Governance and Europe’s Role studies the EU’s actorness and influence in global governance. As a basis for this study, it maps global governance arrangements and modes of measuring them. Against the backdrop of this research, the project also develops new ways to harness the potential of public engagement and participatory foresight in complex governance decisions. TRIGGER uses conventional social science research, coupled with advanced data science.

From 12 to 14 November 2019, TRIGGER will hold its first annual conference at the EUI. The event consists of two thematic sessions and a separate foresight workshop. On 12 November 2019, research on the relationship between EU governance and global governance will be presented, which will be followed by a seminar on AI-enabled sentiment analysis. On 13 and 14 November, a foresight workshop will aim at defining comprehensive, yet approachable, alternative futures for complex global governance. Participants will engage with experts to categorise and prioritise factors that have the greatest potential to effect global governance over the long-term, and will generate scenarios following a narrative template developed to help foster citizen engagement with complex futures.

The TRIGGER project is part of the Global Governance Programme
The event is upon invitation only


Location:
Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Workshop

Organiser:
Gaby Umbach
Andrea Renda (Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS))

Attachment:
Final Program
 
 

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