Zoom Panel Discussion – Emerging from the crisis: Where now for Spain and the UK?

Start Date:

19,Tue May 2020

Start Time:

06:00 PM

Location:

, Zoom - Online

The British Spanish Society second ‘Question Time’ virtual panel discussion on “Emerging from the crisis: Where now for Spain and the UK?”
 
The debate will be conducted on Zoom.
 
To join the audience(or put a question) please register by emailing to info@britishspanishsociety.org (members have priority)
 
Joining instructions, with a link to the Zoom site, will issue shortly before the event
 

Building on our first debate, what are the abiding lessons learned so far from the crisis, and what will be the consequences for the long-term health and welfare of our nations? How will we tackle the stresses of unemployment, business failures, loss of time at school, mental health? What will be the priorities for spending and investment by public sectors facing financial perils? Where can the voluntary and charity sectors best contribute to recovery?

To discuss these and other questions raised by British Spanish Society members our panel comprises:

  • Dame Mary Marsh (London), one of the UK’s most influential charity and business sector leaders: Non-Executive Director of HSBC Bank plc; a member of the Governing Body at London Business School; Chair of Trustees at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health; Trustee of Teach First; and Director on the Board of the London Symphony Orchestra
  • Ana Romero Galan (Madrid), distinguished international correspondent and acclaimed autor.
  • Miguel Otero-Iglesias (Madrid), leading international economist, Senior Analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute and Professor at the IE School of Global and Public Affairs. He is also Research Associate at the EU-Asia Institute at ESSCA School of Management in France.

The debate will be hosted and chaired by Jimmy Burns Maranon, Chairman of the British Spanish Society.

You are encouraged to submit questions to the panel beforehand by email or via the BSS’s Twitter account. There will also be opportunities for you to comment or ask questions during the event itself.

Please note that we intend to record the debate, and the recording may be made publicly available, for example on our website or via YouTube

You do not need to have loaded the Zoom app on to your computer or phone. The link we send should be sufficient.
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Event Location:

  • Zoom - Online

Event Schedule Details

  • 19,Tue May 2020
    06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
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