Central and Eastern Europe – From New Members to Co-Designers of Future Europe
Aspen Institute Romania in partnership with the Aspen Brussels Hub organized the roundtable discussion „Central and Eastern Europe – From New Members to Co-Designers of Future Europe”, held under the aegis of the Bucharest Forum – A New European Architecture Program, on February 2nd, 16:00-18:30 CET, in Brussels, at the headquarters of the Permanent Representation of Romania to the European Union.
White Paper – Aspen Healthcare & Quality of Life Program 2020
The White Paper is one of the core deliverables of the 2020 edition of the Aspen Healthcare & Quality of Life Program.
White Paper – Addressing the Challenges of Technological Resilience and Cyber Defense
In a highly in terconnected world, cybersecurity plays a critical role in maintaining national security, protecting individual privacy, and ensuring the stability and reliability of critical systems and infrastructure. It protects against unauthorized access to sensitive information and systems, including personal and financial information, trade secrets, and critical infrastructure.
A World in Flux – Towards a New European Architecture Report
A New European Architecture is the answer to the war in Ukraine, as it is to Europe’s struggle with multiple crises – economic pressures, illiberal tendencies, the good and the bad faces of technology advances, institutional adaptation to the changing environment, and, not the least important, military and cyber threats. While we did not pose any question, each of the contributions in this publication offers plenty of excellent answers. More importantly, each and all authors are offering a VISION of a renewed, empowered and strong Europe.
Atlantic – Black Sea Security Forum 2022 Conference Report
What New European Security Architecture after Russia’s war on Ukraine? The Black Sea Vortex
White Paper – Accelerarea transformării digitale a serviciilor publice din România
Suntem însă în fața unei oportunități uriașe datorate tocmai necesității de transformare digitală a serviciilor publice. Regândirea acestora pentru un mediu digital, pentru o nouă infrastructură de tip cloud, într-un mediu interoperabil, asigură condițiile propice pentru a face un salt important înainte, de a sări peste multe etape, pentru atinge într-un timp atât de scurt ținta de 100% servicii publice digitale până în anul 2030.
Disinformation, Societal Resilience and Covid-19 Report
This project was funded by the NATO Public Diplomacy Division, following the common application by Aspen Institute Romania and Eurocomunicare Association to the 2021 call for proposals on Increasing Societal Resilience.
White Paper – Aspen Energy & Sustainability Program 2021
The document is based on the conclusions of the Program workshops and public events and summarizes the main policy recommendations of the 2021 edition of the Program.
Aspen Healthcare Forum Event Report 2021
Aspen Healthcare Forum, at its tenth edition in 2021, is the major public event of Aspen Institute Romania’s Healthcare & Quality of Life Program, bringing together decision-makers, renowned specialists and researchers from the medical sector, European and national healthcare experts, representatives of non-governmental organizations and academia, representatives of the health technology and pharmaceutical sector, as well as industry leaders engaged in developing health policies.
Digital First Romania
Propunere de cadru colaborativ privind dezvoltarea unei politici publice de transformare digitală a administrației publice în România.
White Paper – Impact of COVID19 and the local business environment index (LBEI) 2020
The White Paper is one of the core deliverables of the 2020 edition of the Aspen Economic Opportunities & Financing the Economy Program.
Bucharest Forum 2019 Conference Report
West Meets East: Furthering in Times of Volatility and Disruption
Romania Competitiveness Toward 2050: Wargaming-based Lessons and Guide
Will Romania continue to be a low-cost production hub for Europe? Or will we be inspiring others through innovation and know-how? Will Romania manage to retain and even bring back emmigrated talent and workforce? Or will we remain a handful of people in a beautiful yet dusty country somewhere in the East?