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EIC Online Forum, Second Talk

Following the first EIC Online Forum event on January 18th, the second pedagogical and cultural talk will take place on February 22nd. The talk will be given by Xavier Prats Monné, patron of FEIC, former Director General of Health and Food Safety and of Education and Culture of the European Commission, as well as an advisor to several educational organisations such as Teach for All. Entitled, “The European Union. How does it work? What is its future? How did Spain join and how did the UK leave?”, the talk aims to raise awareness of different aspects of the European Union, from the entry of Spain to Brexit, and reflect on its operation, present and future. To make it more interactive, attendees will be able to ask questions about the European Union, sending them in prior to the talk. In this way, Mr will aim to cover these areas in his reflections. The presentation, as always, will begin at 5:30 pm.

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