How the Forum emerged
The East Forum (formerly the Venice Forum) emerged from the need to create an international venue to explore issues and topics of discussion for European policy and from the need to strengthen the role of UniCredit as an actor in the international debate.
One aim of the Forum was – in a number of previous editions – to contribute to the debate on the integration of future member states into Europe.
The topics covered in the previous editions, among others, energy policy, industrial policy, migration and bilateral trade agreements.
- 2017 “Digital Challenges”
- 2016 “The New Europe: Migrations, Integration and Security”
- 2015, “Global (Dis)Order: can international trade agreements revive growth?”
- 2014, “Growth and employment in the EU”
- 2013, “EU citizenship, Democratic Legitimacy and an Economic Union”
- 2012, “The Challenge of Economic Growth: New Approaches to Industrial Policy”
- 2011, “Competitive Growth for Quality Jobs”
- 2010, “Re-Thinking the present in order to design the future: choosing sustainability”
- 2009, “New Global Governance for Sustainable Growth”
- 2008, “Migration from a national, European and global perspective”
- 2007, “The European energy policy: enhancing security of supply by creating a single EU energy market?”
- 2006, “A new reason for Europe”
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- 2016 – An economic area in transition – Shaping the future between Europe and the East
- 2015 – Opportunities for an economic area from Lisbon to Vladivostock
- 2014 – Opportunities for an economic area from Lisbon to Vladivostock
- 2013 – Opportunities for an economic area from Lisbon to Vladivostock