The world is changing at an accelerated rate and the European Union (EU) is no exception. The challenges of Brexit, as well as vaccine nationalism from some quarters, are testing long-standing social and political relationships across the continent. Meanwhile, the EU is facing questions about the ability of its 27 member states to influence trade and military decisions around the globe.
Today, as the world grapples with post-pandemic rebuilding, climate change and shifting geopolitics, a strong Canada‒EU alliance is perhaps more important than ever.
Join us for a discussion of the economic, security and societal forces shaping current events in the EU with Ailish Campbell, Ambassador for Canada and the European Union, Stefanie Beck, Deputy High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom, and Michelle d'Auray, Former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the OECD.
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- Stefanie Beck, Deputy High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Alternate Representative to the International Maritime Organization @stefaniebeck19
- Ailish Campbell, Ambassador of Canada to the European Union @Ailish_Campbell
Michelle d'Auray, Former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the OECD