“Generation Y, technology and our strive for success”

Posted on 07. September 2015 by Marsida Bandilli Two years ago I attended a lecture at the University of Liverpool on the differences between generations. To a certain degree every generation believes that the generation that came before theirs was too rigid and conservative, and consequently the generation that came after too wild and out of … Continue reading “Generation Y, technology and our strive for success”

Why imposing Quotas on Corporate Boards is not Gender Equality

Posted on 17. March 2015 by Marsida Bandilli The World Economic Forum (WEF), founded in 1971, has a long-standing tradition of adequately progressing important issues from sectors of business, government and civil society. It is also the place where prominent European business leaders meet annually with high-state representatives. It is due to its unique nature that … Continue reading Why imposing Quotas on Corporate Boards is not Gender Equality

‘Enlargement fatigue’ and the multiple challenges of maintaining momentum during the accession process

Posted on 08. January 2015 by Marsida Bandilli Initially envisaged as a Member State-driven procedure, enlargement has become a comprehensive policy whereby the Union actively engages with the applicants’ preparation for membership. Despite that, it has become clear that with the arrival of the new President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, enlargement is not the … Continue reading ‘Enlargement fatigue’ and the multiple challenges of maintaining momentum during the accession process

An interactive and outstanding Europe@Debate in Ronda

Posted on 01. April 2014 by Marsida Bandilli Although all events happen only once in a lifetime some will remember longer than others. As such the Forum on Employment and Entrepreneurship in Ronda is clearly one of the most notable experiences I have recently had. The event was organized with a great eye for detail, and … Continue reading An interactive and outstanding Europe@Debate in Ronda