BBC Global Questions in Rome: Politics and the People: A Divided Europe

23 Jan. The BBC’s international television and radio debate programme, Global Questions, is recording a discussion in partnership with the Istituto Affari Internazionali at the Aquario Romano on Wednesday 23 January.

Under the title Politics and the People: A Divided Europe, the event will be moderated by Zeinab Badawi, with recording taking place from 19.00-20.00.

The event is free but guests must reserve in advance via the BBC website. Doors open at 18.00 and guests are asked to arrive by 18.30 to be seated.

The panel will be announced ahead of the recording. Global Questions is an interactive platform for local audiences around the world to question their leaders. For full details see website.

"Some believe Europe is more divided than ever. After years of austerity and migration, populists are on the rise in countries like Italy, framing politics as a battle between ordinary voters and a European ‘establishment’ some see as corrupt. But the continent is also split over how to move forward. Will the remaining nations of the European Union bind themselves together ever more closely, with tighter integration - economically, politically and even militarily? Or are there insurmountable fault lines that will continue to divide Europe?"

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Address Acquario Romano srl, Piazza Manfredo Fanti, Roma, RM, Italia

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BBC Global Questions in Rome: Politics and the People: A Divided Europe

Acquario Romano srl, Piazza Manfredo Fanti, Roma, RM, Italia