Polish-British Round Table is an annual meeting of politicians, diplomats, intellectuals and experts from the Polish and UK devoted to the most current problems of Europe. Project conference, which this year will be the third time, was created as a result of co-operation Centre for European Strategy – demosEUROPA (Warsaw), Union & Poland Foundation (Warsaw), the Royal Institute of International Relations (London), Centre for European Studies (Oxford) and Villa Decius Association.
Invited guests will take the discussion about the role of the European Union in solving the problems of contemporary Europe. The purpose of the meeting will be the diagnosis of current problems domestic and foreign policy of the Union and recommendations for the future.
This year’s conference was announced m.in: Michal Boni, Krzysztof Bobinski, Paul Kowal, Andrzej Olechowski, Janusz Onyszkiewicz, Maciej Popowski, Adam Daniel Rotfeld, Radoslaw Sikorski, Aleksander Smolar, Pawel Swieboda, Aleksander Koj, Danuta Glondys, Timothy Garton Ash Robin Niblett, Gideon Rachman, Charles Grant, Damian Roderick Todd, David Frost, Denis MacShane, Malcolm Rifkind, Neal Ascherson, Lucy Neville-Rolfe, James Harrold, Bernard Jenkin, Dieter Helm, Jesse Scott, John Hutton.
The highlight of the inaugural session is a lecture by Sir Malcolm Rifkind, “Eye of the British Conservative: What works in the European Union?” The lecture will be held on Friday, May 14, 2010 hrs. 18.00 in the Aula of Collegium Novum of the Jagiellonian University.
Lecture open after earlier register
Conference for invited guests.