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In this summary, Dr Franck Debié outlines his views of the key findings of the three ESPAS reports (2012, 2015, 2019) on long-term trends to 2030 for the Ideas Network 2030.
Date
14/09/2019
For something as unknown as the future, it appears to have become surprisingly predictable.
Date
05/04/2019
Within Europe, public debate has become increasingly concerned with issues of identity, belonging and threats associated with ‘out-groups’ (such as immigrants and refugees).
Date
17/12/2018
International migration and geographic mobility have major implications for societies and economies. This is true at global level, and, perhaps even more so, at European level.
Date
18/10/2018
As the EU emerges from this decade of crisis, it is clear that an open and frank debate within and between member states – on the issues that concern them most and spark the deepest divisions – is ess
Date
15/11/2017
This of the world migration report is the first in the revised series designed to better contribute to understandings of current and strategic migration issues.
Date
15/11/2017
In September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, and migration features prominently in this Agenda.
Date
15/01/2017
What will the world be like in 2035? The forecast seems dire. In the four years since Global Trends 2030 was published, the biggest change in the world is the increased risk of major conflict.
Date
22/09/2016
Latin America must strengthen its ability to plan forward and deepen its strategic reflection if it is to govern better and improve the design of public policies.
Date
01/09/2016
Preparing Europe for the next 25 years is a contribution from the Secretary General of the European Parliament to the European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS).
Date
15/05/2016

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