Canada and Europe: Converging or Diverging Responses to International and Domestic Challenges?

Canada and Europe: Converging or Diverging Responses to International and Domestic Challenges?

The Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue organized a conference and produced a series of publications integrating major Europe-Canada events over the past seven years.

On March 10-11, 2016, CETD held a major international conference featuring leading scholars from across Canada and Europe who reflected on developments over the last decade and potential areas of convergence or divergence between Europe and Canada in the face of current international and domestic issues. The conference represented an attempt to synthesize major findings on the following topics: cooperation in dealing with international conflict; prospects for intensified trade and investment; and comparing Canadian and European responses to challenges such as environmental sustainability and climate change, migration and integration of immigrants, managing economic crisis, policies for inclusive growth and social inclusion, and issues of democratic legitimacy and governance. More information

A Lightning Policy Brief Series — a suite of policy briefs aiming to stimulate public thought and action — was produced in conjunction with this conference.

This event received support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs Research Month.

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