Policymakers face challenges of increasing complexity and scale. Therefore, they need to be constantly brought up to date regarding technological developments, fast-paced environments, and changing social landscapes. Policy solutions require coordination and knowledge sharing. ELF working groups contribute towards the development of policy proposals. They aim to facilitate the exchange of experiences, tools, and ways of addressing recurring problems – in short, to facilitate collective learning between policymakers and practitioners.
with a focus on liberal perspectives on trade relations and the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment, 5G networks, AI, environmental policies, human rights and effects on transatlantic relations.
with a focus on proposals for building cybersecurity capabilities and cooperation, risk management, private-public partnerships, in various sectors, including healthcare, energy, digital services, banking and public administration.
in view of the Social Summit in Porto. We are looking to submit a complete liberal agenda with proposals for coronavirus rein view of the Social Summit in Porto. We are looking to submit a complete liberal agenda with proposals for coronavirus recovery, social impact investments, social security innovations, actions for youth employment in digital transition, among others.