Headed by Director Mark Leonard, the London office directs ECFR's pan-European research and analysis, manages funder and Council relations, runs media and advocacy campaigns, and provides strategic advice to ECFR offices across Europe.
ECFR London office also provides research space to the majority of ECFR's policy fellows and acts as the organisation's voice within the United Kingdom. The office moved to its present headquarters in Westminster in May 2010 after its first years based in Hammersmith.
The London office is the location for ECFR's series of Black Coffee Morning discussions on a variety of issues relating to Europe and its evolving role in the world. Speakers have included Joseph Nye, Louise Arbour, Michael Stürmer, Lord Robertson and Gideon Rachman.
You can find a full list of upcoming and past events, including Black Coffee Mornings, clicking here
06 Mar 2014
Mr Pivovarsky and Mr Voloboev will lead a discussion on recent events in Ukraine following the Eastern Partnership Vilnius Summit in November 2013 and their repercussions for the Ukrainian economy, including the role the European Union and Russia should play.
04 Mar 2014
Nils Muiznieks will examine the human rights situation in Ukraine, where he has recently been on an official visit, and discuss it as an example of the work that the Commissioner for Human Rights carries out.
27 Feb 2014
Will the Eurosceptics take over at the next european parliamentary elections? Will the mainstream parties form a ‘Europe Cartel’ and thereby lose the ability to articulate real differences about the future direction of Europe?
12 Feb 2014
Based on the findings of the 2014 European Foreign Policy Scorecard, this event will discuss how Europe has managed (or not) to achieve its objectives when dealing with the rest of the world and how it can better achieve common goals in 2014.
Lors de cette conférence, co-organisée avec la Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, François Godement et François Bougon discuteront de l'approche européenne en Asie caractérisée par un équilibre entre intégration et conflits.
On the nature of the reform agenda.
The EU should support the new Ukrainian government.
Relations between China and its neighbours changed dramatically