18 October 2016
Oxford/Cambridge – ESI presentations on think tanking and the state of asylum in Europe
Ezgi Basaran (moderator) and Gerald Knaus at St Antony's College. Photo: ESI
Ezgi Basaran (moderator) and Gerald Knaus at St Antony's College. Photo: ESI

ESI's Gerald Knaus was invited for lectures and presentations at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge where he met many experts in the fields of migration and economics.

On 18 October, he was in Oxford upon the invitation of the Oxford Austrian Society where he spoke on ESI's work as a think tank.

On 19 October, gave a presentation on the EU-Turkey agreement and the state of asylum in Europe at the European Studies Centre of Oxford University's St Antony's College.

On 24 October, he was in Cambridge upon the invitation of the Wilberforce Society to present the work ESI and analysis on the current battle of ideas about European values.

Cambridge University. Photo: ESI
Cambridge University. Photo: ESI
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