Alberto regularly delivers keynote speeches, TV comments and presentations to a variety of audiences including…
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Popularizing and democratizing lobbying for citizens
Citizen Lobbying: How Your Skills Can Fix Democracy | TEDxBrussels
RSA | How to Make Social Change Happen
TEDxLakeComo | What about Europe?
TEDxHECParis | On (ir)rationality in decision making
Popularizing and democratizing lobbying for citizensAshoka Fellow Alberto Alemanno on citizenship at the #ChangemakerSummit by Ashoka
Citizen Lobbying: How Your Skills Can Fix Democracy | TEDxBrusselsThe more society professionalises, the less is taking advantage if its own skills. Indeed, each of us has much more to give to society than what our job descriptions allow us to. How to then mobilize our skills for the greater good? Alberto Alemanno, an engaged academic and civic advocate, argues that besides voting and running for office there is also a third, less known - yet more promising -, way to make society progress: lobbying. Lobbying is no longer a prerogative of well-funded groups with huge memberships and countless political connections. This talk offers you a guide on how to become an effective citizen lobbyist in your daily life by tapping into your own talents, skills and experience. [03/06/2016]
RSA | How to Make Social Change HappenWe are spectators of life, not actors. We are consumers, not citizens. But how can we change? Leading public interest lawyer Alberto Alemanno argues that we need to utilise our expertise and talents for the benefit of society. We all have the power – we just have to learn how to unleash it.
TEDxLakeComo | What about Europe?This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What about Europe?: Alberto Alemanno at TEDxLakeComo”
TEDxHECParis | On (ir)rationality in decision makingThis talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Framing effects, mental shortcuts, ... this talk explores the unconscious factors involved in decision making and their legal implications.
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Alberto speaks and consultants regularly, more via Zoom calls these days, to a variety of audiences including…
Covid-19 - lockdown exit strategies in the EU: uncoordinated measures for uncoordinated results?
Could EU’s lack of coordinated effort to ease lockdown affect free movement?
EU Summit: leaders deadlocked over Covid recovery plan
Will lockdown have a lasting impact on EU principle of free movement?
Italy: "Should the 5-Star vote be negative, Conte might have to see the president again and resign"
Covid-19 - lockdown exit strategies in the EU: uncoordinated measures for uncoordinated results?FRANCE 24
Could EU’s lack of coordinated effort to ease lockdown affect free movement?FRANCE 24 - EU law experts are concerned a lack of a coordinated European strategy for lifting lockdown measures will impact on how citizens can travel within and between member countries. Alberto Alemanno, professor of EU law, HEC Paris, says the tenet of free movement is at risk. [27/04/2020]
EU Summit: leaders deadlocked over Covid recovery planFRANCE 24 - Interview by Alberto Alemanno on France 24 English news reports - 18/07/2020
Will lockdown have a lasting impact on EU principle of free movement?FRANCE 24 - While more and more European countries are reopening borders, many still have a form of lockdown or quarantine in place that means free movement is not yet a reality. Alberto Alemanno, professor of EU law, HEC Paris, says Europe observers remain concerned about the lasting effects of lockdown, and its lifting, on the principle of free movement on the continent.
Italy: "Should the 5-Star vote be negative, Conte might have to see the president again and resign"FRANCE 24 - Interview by Alberto Alemanno on France 24 English news reports - 04/09/2019
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