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PANEL DISCUSSION: GERMANY AND SCOTLAND THROUGH THE PANDEMIC AND BEYOND: BUILDING COOPERATIONS

Scottish Government invites DSJUV - Members to the following event:


GERMANY AND SCOTLAND THROUGH THE PANDEMIC AND BEYOND: BUILDING COOPERATION ON COMMON CHALLENGES


Wednesday 9 December 2020

11.00-12.30 CET / 10.00-11.30 GMT



Scotland in Germany, the Royal Society in Scotland and Scottish political analysis firm European Merchants invite you to a participate in virtual dialogue on the Germany-Scotland relationship.


As Europe and the world continue to confront the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most pressing questions to emerge is how to ‘build back better’. Enormous potential exists for us to learn from each other and work together, both in how we manage the pandemic and how we recover from it. Bringing together thought leaders from Germany and Scotland, this dialogue seeks to identify areas of mutual interest for further discussion and collaboration such as a wellbeing economy, universal basic income and the green recovery. Following short presentations on relevant themes, the dialogue provide the opportunity for interactive debate to consider how to take forward specific ideas. We hope that the dialogue will serve as a launching point for new and wide-ranging cooperation between actors in Germany and Scotland.


PROGRAMME


Dr. Alexandra Stein, Director of the Scottish Government Hub in Germany

Welcome and introductions


Michael Russell MSP – Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, Europe and External Affairs for the Scottish Government

Opening remarks


Andreas Peschke – Director-General for European Affairs at the German Federal Foreign Office

Opening remarks



PANEL DISCUSSION

Chaired by: Stefanie Bolzen, UK & Ireland Correspondent, Die WELT / WELT am Sonntag


Anthony Salamone: Managing Director · European Merchants

Building the Germany-Scotland bilateral relationship in changing times


Sarah Deas: Trustee, Wellbeing Economy Alliance (Scotland)

The need for a wellbeing economy


Dr. Florian Ranft: Head of Programme, Economic and Social Transformation, Das Progressive Zentrum

Germany’s social market economic model


Jamie Cooke: Head of RSA Scotland

Discussion on a universal basic income


For registration contact kroll@nkr-hamburg.de

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