28 April 2020
5:00 pm
Global Politics Program 2020: Session I with Luis Garicano and Óscar Fanjul

Global Politics Program: Session I with Luis Garicano and Óscar Fajul – “Economic challenges of the crisis”


Aspen Institute España hosted last April, 28, the first session of the Global Politics Program 2020 with Luis Garicano, MEP, Ciudadanos and vice-president of Renew Europe and Óscar Fanjul, CEO, Omega Capital and member of the board of Trustees of Aspen Institute España. The debate was moderated by Juan Moscoso del Prado, Director, International Relations department, Economic and Social Council of Spain; Director of PLPE, Deusto Business School and Aspen España Fellow. During the session, participants debated on the economic challenges of the Covid-19 crisis.


Global Politics Program

This initiative was launched during the academic year 2012-2013, and is now in its fifth edition. The purpose of the Global Politics Program is to serve as a space for debate between young Spanish politicians and policy-oriented participants dedicated to public service who have a demonstrated leadership potential. It aims at providing a well-structured space for discussion, where knowledge and reflection over the issues addressed may find a common ground, and where personal ties may be established among participants.

The Global Politics and Citizenship Program is co-directed by Juan Moscoso del Prado (former Member of Parlimanet, Socialist Party) and Guillermo Mariscal Anaya (Member of Parliament, Popular Party) and is structured around various sessions throughout the year, in the form of open discussions and brief presentations from leading experts on relevant issues in the context of politics and public service. Sessions focus on three main areas of discussion: geopolitics, leadership, ethics and international economics. Almost 40 speakers have participated in our sessions throughout the various editions of the Program, including Javier Solana, President of Aspen Institute España; Hugo Dixon, Chair of InFacts and Deputy Chair of People’s Vote; Robin Wright, Journalist, Author and Foreign Policy Analyst; Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary General of SEGIB; Pablo García-Berdoy, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Spain for the European Union; Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House; Óscar Fanjul, Vice-president of Omega Capital and member of the Board of Trustees of Aspen Institute España.

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  • Óscar Fanjul
  • Juan Moscoso del Prado
  • Debate