Cases of the Tavistock Institute’s intervening and learning from EU projects
Lunchtime Talk by Kerstin Junge, 2nd March
As the European Union is stumbling from crisis to crisis, it is tempting to deny our cultural, political and economic connectedness and withdraw into what we ‘know’ and can ‘control’. This lunchtime talk is an invitation to explore whether and how what we do locally connects with the European Union’s aim to ‘promote peace, its values [respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities ] and the well-being of its peoples’.
Dr Kerstin Junge is a Principal Researcher and Consultant at the Tavistock Institute. She leads the Institute’s European work and for more than a decade has been involved in evaluating and researching European policies, programmes and projects.