2013 FAES Campus
FAES Foundation organises from July 1 to 7 the tenth edition of its FAES Campus. This year the FAES Campus will take place in Guadarrama, Madrid (Centro de Congresos Fray Luis de León).
The Campus FAES is devoted to study and analyse the most important ideas being discussed in Spain. Renowned Spanish and foreign scholars, politicians and analysts will share their views on issues critical to our future through lectures and panel discussions.
In each course, students -around sixty in each- will be able to talk to the speakers and enrich the discussions gathered around a large table of debate. The Campus is primarily aimed at people who work in politics, universities, research and in the professional field in general.
“Reforms for an economy on its way to recovery” (July 1 and 2)
Directed by Miguel Marin
“A new Atlantic relationship” (July 3 and 4)
Directed by Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo
“Elements for state reform” (July 5 and 6)
Directed by Ignacio Astarloa
Opening Session: July 1. José María Aznar.
Closing session: July 7. Mariano Rajoy.
30/06/2016 El periodista Álvaro Delgado-Gal y los profesores María Elena Cavallaro y Guillermo Graíño explicaron las actuales claves de la ideología de centro-derecha en Europa y en España cada uno desde sus propias perspectivas: la crisis del centro-izquierda, la defensa de la política y búsqueda de la psicología del hombre actual y el caso italiano con su tradición política moderada.
/ 05.07.13/.- The Secretary of State for Public Administrations, Antonio Beteta, has used the opening of the course 'Elements of State Reform' of the 2013 FAES Campus to announce that the Autonomous Communities have reduced 165 entities in the second half of 2012.
Morenés | Calderón and Aznar | Hugh Thomas | Yoani Sánchez | 'Rule of Law and Institution Building in Latin America' | 'Considerations on a Renewed Atlantic Policy' | 'Human Rights in the Arab Transitions' | 'Free Thought and Open Society'
/04.07.13/.- British writer and historian Hugh Thomas has taken part in the International course of 2013 FAES Campus on Thursday, July 4.During his presentation, entitled 'Europe in uncertain times', Thomas said that "Europe and the euro can only be saved if they join powers and projects." "We are facing a tough time in Europe because of the relative failure of the currency, which has not been able of getting properly established in all countries, countries which are a confederation rather than a federation," Thomas said. He added, however, that "the European Union will approach a...
/03.07.13/.- The former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderón, has opened the International Course of the 2013 FAES Campus titled "A New Atlantic Relationship". During his address, which was introduced by José María Aznar, Calderón said that there's a "huge growth and employment potential in Europe-Latin American relations".
/02.07.13/.- FAES Foundation has launched on Tuesday 2 its report Una reforma fiscal para el crecimiento y el empleo, which calls for a tax structure with few, low and simple taxes.The paper argues that "any step taken toward reduced taxes and toward broader tax bases is a step in the right direction." Furthermore, Aznar asked for a fair and efficient tax system to improve growth and competitiveness. |Download the report (in Spanish)|