2012 FAES Campus
Internacional: ‘Un proyecto de libertad para ambos hemisferios’
Política Constitucional: ‘1812-2012: de la primera Constitución al constitucionalismo del futuro’
he rector of Rey Juan Carlos University, *Pedro González-Trevijano, has pronounced the conference ‘Institutional Reform and Democratic Strengthening’ at the Constitutional Policy Course of the FAES Campus. His lecture was chaired by the director of La Razón, Francisco Marhuenda
The last day of the course on Constitutional Policy of the 2012 FAES Campus has begun with a conference on the reform of the territorial model by the Professor of Administrative Law, Tomás Ramón Fernández. The MP for Madrid and chairman of the Committee in Tax and Public Administrations of the Spanish Congress, Gabriel Elorriaga, introduced the conference.
The president of the José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón Foundation, José Varela Ortega, has pronounced a conference on the first day of the course on Constitutional Policy of the 2012 FAES Campus
The course devoted to Constitutional Policy of the 2012 FAES Campus, headed by the director of the FAES department for Constitution and Institutions, Ignacio Astarloa, has started with an opening conference pronounced by the Vice-President of the government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría.
The International Course of the 2012 FAES Campus has ended with the dialogue ‘A New Narrative for Europe’. The speakers have been the director of the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law and Justice of New York University, Joseph Weiler, and the president of Analistas Socio-Políticos, Víctor Pérez-Díaz. Charing the dialogue was the former minister of Foreign Affairs and member of the Spanish Council of State, Ana Palacio.
The German deputy minister for Finance, Steffen Kampeter, has been one of the speakers of the 2012 FAES Campus, with a conference on the ‘Approaches to solve the Eurozone Crisis’. Introducing him were the director for Spain and Portugal of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Thomas Stehling; and MP for Cuenca and spokesman for Foreign Affairs of the Popular Parliamentary Group in Congress, José María Beneyto.
The historian and Prince of Asturias laureate for Social Sciences, Sir John H. Elliott, has pronounced a conference, ‘Spain and the Transatlantic World, Past and Present’, at the 2012 FAES Campus. The renowned scholar was introduced by the regional president of Madrid, Esperanza Aguirre.
The round table on the ‘The Arab Summer’ has put an end to the second day of the Foreign Affairs Course held in the 2012 FAES Campus. The speakers invited to debate this issue were the director-general of the Centro Sefarad-Israel, Florentino Portero; Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s advisor, Walid Phares; and the Published-Editor of Die Zeit, Josef Joffe. The table was introduced by the deputy director of FAES’ International department, José Herrera.
The chairman of Baker & McKenzie España and permanent member of the Real Academia de Jurisprudencia y Legislación, Manuel Pizarro, has participated in the 2012 FAES Campus, where he said that “we must save banks to avoid a complete contraction of economy and a total volatilization of a country’s savings, but we must also look at the black box to see what’s happened so that it doesn’t happen again. And that hasn’t been done”. He was introduced by former Prime Minister and president of FAES, José María Aznar.
The sessions on Latin America celebrated by the 2012 FAES Campus have ended with the conference ‘Institutions and the Rule of Law in Latin America’. The speakers at this round table have been the former president of Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga; and the former minister of Economic Affairs of Argentina, Martín Lousteau. The deputy director of FAES’ International Affairs department, José Herrera, has introduced the table.
The 2012 FAES Campus has started the first day of its course on International Affairs dedicated to Latin America. Its first conference, ‘Latin America and the Constitution of Cadiz’ has been addressed by the former president of Colombia, Belisario Betancur and the former minister for Foreign Affairs, José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, who have stressed the influence and international significance of the 1812 Constitution.
The round table “Rethinking the Welfare State: Hindrance or Growth Lever?” has started the last day of the Economics course of the 2012 FAES Campus, chaired by the director of the Department of Economy and Public Policies of FAES Foundation, Miguel Marín. The speakers invited to this table have been the regional minister for Health of Madrid, Javier Fernández-Lasquetty; the director of thr School of Immigration and Cooperation Professionals of Madrid, Mauricio Rojas; and the Professor of Applied Economics of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Francisco...
The round table “Key Issues on the Economic Crisis: Is This a Global Crisis?” has ended the second day of the Economics course of the 2012 FAES Campus. The speakers invited to this table have been the deputy Minister of Trade and member of FAES’ Board of Trustees, Jaime García-Legaz; the executive director of the Instituto de Estudios Económicos, Joaquín Trigo; the deputy secretary-general for Economic Labour and International Affairs of the CEOE, Alberto Nadal; and the Prince of Asturias for Social Sciences Laureate and member of FAES’ Board of Trustees, Juan...
Economist Arthur. B. Laffer, founder and president of Laffer Associates and former member of Reagan’s and Margaret Thatcher’s Economic Policy Advisory Boards, has participated in the first day of the 2012 FAES Campus.
The former president of Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo, has participated today, Friday June 29, in the first day of the 2012 FAES Campus, being held since the morning in Navacerrada.
The former Prime Minister of Spain and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, has opened today, Friday June 29, in Navacerrada, the 2012 FAES Campus, with the secretary-general of the Partido Popular and regional president of Castilla-La Mancha, María Dolores de Cospedal.