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TEPSA Pre-Presidency Conference, 10-11 November 2016
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The Trans European Policy Studies (TEPSA) and the Malta Pre Presidency Conference

The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) will be organizing its Pre-Presidency Conference in Malta at the University Campus in Valletta on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 November 2016. It is being hosted by the Institute for European Studies of the University of Malta.

The inaugural speech is going to be made by the Deputy Prime Minister Mr Louis Grech.The conference will also be addressed by Minister Carmelo Abela and Parliamentary Secretary Ian Borg. Three Maltese MEPs are participating namely Dr Roberta Metsola, Mrs Marlene Mizzi and Dr Alfred Sant. 

TEPSA will present its Presidency recommendations to Deputy Prime Minister Mr Louis Grech.

Three discussion panels are planned one on economic and political dimensions of the Mediterranean Region, another on migration and the last on BREXIT. Each will be followed by a discussion session in which those present will be able to join.

About 44 representatives from research institutes from all over the EU will be at the conference and more than double that number of seats have been reserved for Maltese participants. These seats will be allocated on a first come basis. Attendance is free of charge but participants must send in their application form to Stefan Bezzina, duly filled in by 1 November 2016. Click here [PDF] to download the booking form.

The full conference program  is available from here [PDF].
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