The College of Europe in Natolin is thrilled to announce the launch of an exciting student initiative, The EuroVisionary Podcast, produced by the student-led Public Governance Society. This captivating podcast embarks on a journey to celebrate, investigate, and question the intricacies of European governance.
Brilliant students host the podcast: Ms Lamia AYACH, a legal advisor and policy analyst, and Mr Magnus LUND, a former communication advisor in the European Parliament and PA consultant, both hailing from the College of Europe in Natolin. The EuroVisionary Podcast explores topics such as the European Union’s approach to war and strategies for digital governance while unraveling different perspectives on the current dynamics of Europe alongside a distinguished panel of experts.
In its much-anticipated debut episode, titled "European Security in the Dying Days of Conventional Warfare", host Magnus LUND is joined by Dr Jamie SHEA, former Deputy Assistant Secretary-General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO, currently a Professor of Strategy and Security at the University of Exeter, a Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe and a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Natolin.
This captivating episode reveals the eye-opening reality that, despite technological advancements, contemporary armed conflicts still resemble their historical counterparts. Together, they delve into the European Security infrastructure, shedding light on the continent’s preparedness for its unexpected challenges. Each episode of The EuroVisionary Podcast will navigate the complexities of European governance, providing invaluable insights and answers to pressing questions. The podcast promises to captivate listeners, offering a unique perspective on EU governance through thought-provoking discussions, expert analysis, and captivating storytelling. Join us as we explore the realms of European Public Governance. The podcast can be accessed here.
Established in 2023 by Mr Valeriu TURCANU, a public administration specialist and a student of the David Sassoli Promotion 2022-2023, the Public Governance Society enables Natolin students to pursue their own public policy initiatives. Currently, the organization boasts a board comprising eleven students hailing from 8 different countries and a membership base of approximately 30 students. The society organizes study visits, charitable events, podcast series, online training sessions, and academic conferences.