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Video

The videos of the East Forum 2016

In depths

News, studies, artistic and literary references on the issues discussed. Materials available and downloadable to explore the theme of policies on migrations, integration, security.

Registration

Registration Closed

Information

Location Roma Eventi - Piazza di Spagna – Via Alibert 5, 00187 Roma     HOW TO REACH THE "ROMA EVENTI" CONFERENCE CENTRE IN PIAZZA DI SPAGNA   From ‘Termini’ Station, follow the signs to Metro Line A to ‘Battistini/Torrevecchia’. Get off at ‘Piazza di Spagna’, follow the signs out towards ‘Via del Babuino’. Turn right to via Alibert. The entrance to the Conference Centre is at the end of the street. DOWNLOAD THE APP     "Leonardo da Vinci" International Airport - FiumicinoTrain: The non-stop train service between the ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ Airport and ‘Termini’ station is known as ‘Leonardo Express’. Trains depart every 30 minutes. www.adr.it/pax-fco-treno.From 'Roma Termini' Station: see above Bus: There are multiple bus lines to Rome. Departures are from the bays in front of the Arrivals exit.  www.adr.it/pax-fco-autobus "G.B. Pastine" International Airport - CiampinoBus: There are multiple bus lines to Rome. Departures are from the bays outside the Arrivals exit.  www.adr.it/pax-cia-autobus   The location of the event is within a Restricted-traffic Area. Only the cars equipped with an access permit are allowed in the area, as well as those from “Car Sharing Services” available within the Municipality of Rome. DOWNLOAD THE APP   DOWNLOAD THE APP DOWNLOAD THE APP   Check the closest Metro, Tram and Bus stop on the Rome Public Transport website: www.atac.roma.it.   DOWNLOAD THE APP  For those who want to reach the 'Rome Events' Conference Centre in Piazza di Spagna by taxi, below the phone numbers of the major taxi companies: +39 063570; +39 066645; +39 068822; +39 065551     SECRETARIATTelephone: +39 02 5660 1391e-mail: secretariat@eastforum2016.euFrom monday to friday  9.00am - 1.00pm / 2.00pm - 6.00pm EVENT COORDINATOR Barbara Modugno Telephone: +39 06 6707 6991 e-mail: barbara.modugno@unicredit.eu LOGISTICS Annalisa Bretti Telephone: +39 06 6707 6988 e-mail: annalisa.bretti@unicredit.eu COMMUNICATION & MEDIA Francesca De SioTelephone: +39 06 6707 6995e-mail: francesca.desio@unicredit.eu

Protagonist

  Get to know the protagonists of the East Forum 2016 The panels will give the occasion to develop a positive discussion and confrontation between different perspectives and approaches to the topics of international trade agreements and their effects on the revive of growth, development and geopolitical balance. As in the tradition of the East Forum, the main contribution to the dialogue, during the different sessions, will be given by important political, institutional and academic personalities and exponents from the economic-financial world. WELCOME ADDRESS Giuseppe Vita Chairman, UniCredit MODERATOR Myrta Merlino Journalist, La7 FIRST PANEL Domenico Manzione State Undersecretary, Ministry of the Interior İsmail Yeşil First Legal Advisor of AFAD Stephane Jaquemet Regional Representative for Southern Europe, UNHCR Piero Fassino Former Mayor of Turin SECOND PANEL Franco Roberti General Attorney of National Antimafia Directorate Michèle Coninsx President of Eurojust THIRD PANEL Erik Nielsen Group Chief Economist of UniCredit Anton Börner President of BGA, Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services Jean-Christophe Dumont Head of the International Migration Division at OECD Wrap-up Giuseppe Scognamiglio Editor Eastwest Romano Prodi Former European Commission President and Italian Prime Minister * Invited

Agenda

The New Europe: Migrations, Integration and Security 8.158.35 Registration – Welcome Coffee 8.40 WELCOME ADDRESS Giuseppe VitaChairman of UniCredit 9.00 FIRST PANEL“Europe and the Migration Dilemma” Moderator:Myrta Merlino Journalist, La7 Speakers:İsmail Yeşil First Legal Advisor of AFAD Stephane Jaquemet Regional Representative for Southern Europe, UNHCR Domenico Manzione State Undersecretary, Ministry of the Interior Debate Opener:Piero Fassino Former Mayor of Turin 10.15 SECOND PANEL“The Immigration Issue: between a Social and a Security Matter” Moderator:Myrta Merlino Journalist, La7 Speakers:Franco Roberti General Attorney of National Antimafia DirectorateMichèle Coninsx President of Eurojust 11.3011.50 COFFEE BREAK 11.50 THIRD PANEL“Demography, a Stimulus for the European Economy” Moderator:Myrta Merlino Journalist, La7 Speakers:Erik Nielsen Group Chief Economist of UniCreditAnton Börner President of BGA, Federation of German Wholesale, Foreign Trade and ServicesJean-Christophe Dumont Head of the International Migration Division at OECD   13.10 WRAP-UP Giuseppe Scognamiglio Editor Eastwest Interviews Romano Prodi Former European Commission President and Italian Prime Minister   Buffet Lunch will be following The working languages are Italian and English, simultaneous translation services will be provided

EAST FORUM 2016

The New Europe: Migrations, Integration and Security The East Forum 2016 will examine the theme of “The New Europe: migrations, integration and security”. The focus will be on the migrant crisis, the main challenge facing the Old Continent today and one that involves further challenges: the social integration of new arrivals and the question of guaranteeing security across the European territory, especially in light of the threat of Islamic terrorism.

The long-term impact on the future of Europe

As it was the case for the sovereign debt crisis and the European Monetary Union, what we are facing today with the migrant and refugees crisis is the consequence of the failure to complete the European construction: shared internal borders make no sense without shared external borders. Migration issues and, more in general, border issues have to be considered as European – and not national – issues. It is time to release the brake of national sovereignty.

Migrations and demography

If integration into labour markets and local communities works, migration can be a great opportunity. Therefore, integration policies – such as language training, professional education and initiatives to adapt skills to business demands – are key to promote a virtuous circle: more migrants finding jobs would mean less public expenditure and more people paying taxes and social security contributions.

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