Programme

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FRIDAY 23rd MARCH

 

10:30-12:00 Arrival and registration of the students

12:00-13:30 Free time for lunch

13:15-15:15 Workshops Part 1 (discussion with panelists)

 

 

15:15-17:15 Workshops Part 2 (pitch projects)

18:00: Reception at the British Ambassador’s Residence & Pitch Prize

 

 

SATURDAY 24th MARCH

 

9:30-10:30 Start-up Masterclass with 5 company founders at Bercy (Ministry of Finance)

10:45-12:00 Planning the project implementation

12:00-13:30 Free time for lunch

 

 

13:30-15:15 Visit of the National Assembly

15:45-17:15 Team debates and keynote speech at Sorbonne university

 

 

 

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Workshops

  • The conference will be made up of a number of workshops around a theme of interest to Franco-British relations.
  • With guidance from experts, students will work in a small team to propose a project in the area of their assigned theme.
  • All projects will be presented in a short pitch presentation, which will then be collated into a post-conference publication
  • A 2000€ “Les Voisins Pitch Prize” will be awarded to the best project, to seed implementation
  • Students will be given time to work on how to take their project forward.

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Debates

  • Students will split into teams of 4 and engage in a parliamentary style debate.
  • Teams will be coached in debating, and will have an hour to prepare to support or strike down a motion with a Franco-British theme
  • Four groups will be made with 8 teams, with students participating in turn, and votes for the best team and orator of the group

With the kind guidance of: