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Mai Chen, lawyer and entrepreneur from New Zealand will join the discussion about #WhatTomorrowBrings during the ninth edition of European Forum for New Ideas held between 25 and 27 September in Sopot.
She is one of New Zealand’s constitutional law experts specializing in central and local government laws. Holding countless governance and advisor roles, Mai works to empower women, champion diversity and inspire leaders across the whole globe. Mai has been managing partner of her firm Chen Palmer for more than 20 years. Chen Palmer was among the first boutique law firms in NZ and was the first public law specialist firm in Australasia.08.2019
During this year’s edition of the European Forum for New Ideas titled #WhatTomorrowBrings, we will talk about important European economic, political, social and technological issues in three main thematic blocks: Economy and the Future of the Market, Society and Europe, Techonology and the Future of Employment
With each passing day, new, brilliant panelist confirm their participation in the discussion that will be held during the Forum. This includes Jerzy Buzek, Chairman of the EFNI Programme Council, Chairman of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) at the European Parliament, Mikulas Dzurinda, former Prime Minister of Slovakia, Shada Islam, Director of Europe and Geopolitics at Friends of Europe thinktank and Radosław Markowski, Director of the Center for the Study of Democracy at the SWPS University.07.2019
European Forum for New Ideas was appreciated by the European parliament for touching on economic, political, social and technological issues important for the development of Europe.
Patronage is a way for the European Parliament to grant its moral, non-material support to a selected number of non-profit quality events with a clear European dimension.07.2019