WGF 2016 PROGRAM, TRANSMISJA ON-LINE [ZDJĘCIA]

Od czwartku 2 czerwca we Wrocławiu światowi liderzy omawiają najważniejsze wyzwania stojące przed Europą. Do stolicy Dolnego Śląska przyjechali politycy, politolodzy, dyplomaci, ekonomiści, społeczni liderzy opinii z Ameryki, Europy Zachodniej oraz z krajów Eurpy Wschodniej. Zapraszamy na transmisję on-line obrad.

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Wrocław Global Forum 2016

    Wrocław Global Forum 2016, 2 czerwca, fot. Janusz Krzeszowski

  • Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016

    Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016, fot. J. Krzeszowski

  • Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016

    Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016, fot. J. Krzeszowski

  • Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016

    Min. Witold Waszczykowski na Global Forum 2016, fot. J. Krzeszowski


W czwartek i piątek (2-3 czerwca) na stronie www.wroclaw.pl można śledzić transmisję on-line obrad WGF 2016. 

Wrocław Global Forum, 2-3 czerwca 2016

Wrocław Congress Center: ul. Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wrocław

Program ramowy czwartek, 2 czerwca 2016

Wrocławskie Centrum Kongresowe, ul. Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wrocław

14.00

Welcome  Auditorium


Rafał Dutkiewicz, Mayor of Wrocław (confirmed)
Frederick Kempe, President and CEO, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Slawomir Debski, Director, Polish Institute of International Affairs (confirmed)

14.20

Keynote – Poland and the NATO Summit – Meeting our Security Challenges | Auditorium


H.E. Witold Waszczykowski, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (confirmed)
Introduced by: Slawomir Debski, Director, Polish Institute of International Affairs (confirmed)

14.40

Conversation – Keeping Europe Safe | Auditorium


Elmar Brok, Member of the European Parliament
Paula Dobriansky, Senior Fellow, JFK Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University (confirmed)
H.E. Linas Linkevičius, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania (confirmed)
Krzysztof Szczerski, Secretary of State, Chancellery of the President, Republic of Poland (confirmed)
Damon Wilson, Executive Vice President, Programs and Strategy, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

Moderator: Kevin O’Brien, Editor-in-Chief, Handelsblatt Global Edition (confirmed)

15.45 Coffee Break | Foyer
16.15-17.30

Plenary Panel 1 – Ukraine, Russia, and Europe’s Eastern Neighbors | Auditorium

Slawomir Dębski, Director, Polish Institute of International Affairs (confirmed)
Alexander Dynkin, Director, Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations
Adam Eberhardt, Executive Director, Centre for Eastern Studies (confirmed)
Evelyn Farkas, Nonresident Senior Fellow and former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Future Europe Initiative, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Natalie Jaresko, former Minister of Finance of Ukraine (confirmed)
3
Mikhail Kasyanov, Co-Leader, Republican Party of People’s Freedom of Russia (confirmed)

Moderator: John Herbst, Director, Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

17.30-18.45

Plenary Panel 2 —Competitiveness in a Challenging Global Economy | Auditorium

Anders Aslund, Resident Senior Fellow, Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland (confirmed)
Lee Feinstein, Founding Dean, Indiana University
Andrius Kubilius, former Prime Minister of Lithuania (confirmed)
Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development, Republic of Poland
Robert Pietryszyn, Acting CEO, Grupa Lotos
Maria João Rodrigues, Member of the European Parliament
Marietje Schaake, Member of the European Parliament (confirmed)

Moderator: Frances Burwell, Vice President, European Union and Special Initiatives, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

 

Piątek, 3 czerwca 2016

Wrocław Congress Center: ul. Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wrocław

9.00-10.00

Plenary Panel 3 ― US Foreign Policy after the Election: Europe and the World | Auditorium

Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., Chairman, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Senator Joe Manchin, US Senate (confirmed)
Representative Jan Schakowsky, US House of Representatives (confirmed)

Moderator: Jacek Stawiski, TVN24 (confirmed)

10.00-10.45

Conversation – Building Economies for the 21st Century | Auditorium
4

Marek Belka, President, National Bank of Poland (confirmed)

Moderator: Henry Foy, Central Europe Correspondent, Financial Times (confirmed)

10.45-11.00

Coffee Break

11.00-12.15

Plenary Panel 4 – The Future of Europe: Democracy and Society under Pressure? | Auditorium

Mathew Burrows, Director, Strategic Foresight Initiative, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Ukraine (confirmed)
Zdzislaw Krasnodebski, Member of the European Parliament (confirmed)
Konrad Szymański, Secretary of State for European Affairs, Republic of Poland (confirmed)

Moderator: David Ensor, Executive Vice President, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

12.15-13.30

Lunch Break 

13.30-13.45 Ministerial Keynote | Auditorium
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Antoni Macierewicz, Minister of National Defense of the Republic of Poland
Introduced by: Frederick Kempe, President and CEO, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
13.45-14.15

Plenary Panel 5 – NATO’s Future and the Warsaw Summit | Auditorium

Michel Barnier, Special Advisor on Security and Defense to the President of the European Commission (confirmed)
Rose Gottemoeller,
US Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security (confirmed)
Brig. Gen. James J. Mingus,
Deputy Commanding General, 4th Infantry Division, US Army (confirmed)
Paweł Soloch,
Secretary of State, Head of the National Security Bureau (confirmed)
Alexander Vershbow,
Deputy Secretary General of NATO (confirmed)

Moderator: Frederick Kempe, President and CEO, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

15.00-16.00

Café Conversations

Defense and Technology in an Era of New Challenges

Guillaume Faury, Chief Executive Officer, Airbus Helicopters (confirmed)
Vago Muradian, Defense Analyst (confirmed)
William Schmieder, President, Raytheon International Inc., Europe (confirmed)

Moderator: Marek Świerczynski, Polityka Insight (confirmed)

From Digital Single Market to Transatlantic Digital Marketplace

Anthony Gardner, US Ambassador to the European Union (confirmed)
Katarzyna Kacperczyk, Under Secretary of State for Economic Diplomacy, the Americas, Asia, and Europe, Republic of Poland (confirmed)
Kaja Kallas, Member of the European Parliament (confirmed)
Sorin Moisă, Member of the European Parliament (confirmed)

Moderator: Tyson Barker, Rapporteur, Task Force on Advancing a Transatlantic

Digital Agenda, Atlantic Council (confirmed) The United States and Poland: Ever Closer Partnership?
Anna Jakubowski, Director General for Poland and the Baltics, The Coca-Cola Company (confirmed)
The Hon. Paul Jones, US Ambassador to Poland (confirmed)
Zbigniew Lewicki, Head of Department, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University (confirmed)
Piotr Wilczek, Professor, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Warsaw (confirmed)

Moderator: Michal Szuldrzynski, Deputy Managing Editor, Rzeczpospolita (confirmed)

16.15-17.15

Plenary Panel 6 — From War to Migration to Terrorism: Transatlantic Security and the Middle East | Auditorium

Frederic C. Hof, Director, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, Atlantic Council (confirmed)
Moushira Khattab, former Minister of Family and Population, Egypt (confirmed)
Representative Ted Poe, US House of Representatives (confirmed)
Patrycja Sasnal, Head of the Middle East and North Africa Project, Polish Institute of International Affairs (confirmed)

Moderator: Stephen Grand, Executive Director, Middle East Strategy Task Force, Atlantic Council (confirmed)

17.15

Closing Remarks

 

Wieczór – Gala rozdania nagród Atlantic Council Freedom Awards

Wrocławskie Centrum Kongresowe, ul. Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wrocław

19.00

General Reception – by invitation only

Freedom Awards Patron’s Reception – by invitation only
A private reception for awardees and top level partners

20.00

Gala dinner featuring presentation of the Atlantic Council Freedom Awards – by invitation only

Honorary Co-Chairs:

The Hon. Paul Jones, US Ambassador to Poland (confirmed)
H.E. Ryszard Schnepf, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the United States (in absentia)

Awardees:

Nighat Dad, Executive Director, Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan (confirmed)
Dr. Horst Teltschik, German diplomat; former National Security Advisor to Chancellor Helmut Kohl (confirmed)
Syria’s White Helmets, Humanitarian organization (confirmed)
Rev. Maciej Zięba, Polish philosopher, writer, and theologian (confirmed)

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