The State of the Union conference, organised by the European University Institute, is an annual event for high-level reflection on the European Union. Now in its 8th year, The State of the Union has become a reference point for European policy-makers, civil society representatives, business and opinion leaders, and academics. Presidents of the European Institutions have taken part in the event over the years, alongside leaders of EU member states and beyond.
The Migration Policy Centre’s panel, “Limits of Solidarity? Narratives and Attitudes towards Migration”, taking place on the 10 May at 16.45, will focus on the formation and drivers of attitudes to migration, their relation to public debate, and how a better understanding of these attitudes can translate into more effective messaging on migration. For more information on this panel, and the full agenda of The State of the Union 2018, see here.
Time: 10 May 16.45
Place: Badia Fiesolana, EUI