12th European dialogue of the Foundation
On June 15th 2015, the day after the Scottish referendum and as an aftermath to the General Election in the United Kingdom (“UK”), the Foundation organised on Lausanne University campus a contradictory debate on the UK’s role in Europe, particularly in the light of the upcoming referendum putting at stake its stay in the European Union (EU).
Around president Pat Cox, who moderated the debates, were the following British distinguished gests: Martin Howe, Lord Hannay of Chiswick, Martin Bailey and John Peet.
On the same day, Pat Cox, the Foundation’s president, granted an interview on that same subject to the Swiss Romande Radio, which was broadcast in the evening as part of the Forum program. He also commented on the Greek current issues as well as on the migration challenges.