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9
Mar
2021
 
10:00 am - 11:00 am

The Green European Foundation is continuing its Green Post-Corona Talks into  2021 and invites Petra de Sutter, Belgian Vice Prime Minister and Minister for the civil service and public enterprises,  and Sonia Zdorovtzoff, Lyon Councillor, responsible for International relations, cooperation, international solidarity & European affairs.

We will be looking at the role of (green) governments, both on the national and the local level, amidst the pandemic and the impact on public health and services.

 

 

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic is having a grip on societies worldwide and will impact our lives long after the crisis is overcome. It is clear that we cannot continue with “business as usual,” but that we need to discuss positive ideas and concepts for a better, greener future and resilient societies now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the event

 

You can stream the talk on Facebook and YouTube.

GEF is hosting the Green Post-Corona Talks, a series of participatory online discussions with high-level experts, thinkers, and policy-makers, and the opportunity for participants to pose their most pressing questions to them live.

The talks will highlight what is currently at stake in the Corona crisis but also look beyond the period of the pandemic, and what possible solutions are already out there and can lend themselves to design the post-corona world.

The series will cover different themes from economy, over migration to gender, and bring in inspiring perspectives from all across Europe.

The project is implemented in cooperation with Oikos.

 

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We rely on your generous contribution to continue putting together new, exciting Green Post-Corona Talks made extensively available to the general European public! So, please consider making a donation today, by clicking on this link.

 

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