The Jacques Delors Institute in the media in 2016
Whether through our presidents, our directors or our teams, the Jacques Delors Institute and the Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin regurlaly intervene in the European and international media to participate in key debates in current issues and also put forward the expertise provided by our research work.
In 2016, we appeared nearly 910 times in all media types, in 46 countries, including 22 of the 28 EU countries as well as 24 outside countries. There media appearances dealt mainly with the Brexit, the migratory crisis and the Schengen area, the Transatlantic trade and investment partnership (TTIP), etc.
The appearances of Jacques Delors, our founding president, Enrico Letta, our president, and Pascal Lamy, our president emeritus are counted when they are directly or indirectly associated with the Institute’s activity. Some media appearances concerned both our head office and our office in Germany when they dealt with joint publications.
Our head office, the Jacques Delors Institute, has made 760 media appearances in 2016.
The media appearances of our Institute are diverse in terms of media types:
275 in the traditional press;
290 in the audiovisual media;
193 in the online media.
From a geographic point of view, these media appearances can be divided into three categories:
393 times in France ;
252 times in 21 other EU states: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lituania, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom;
113 times in international media and in 24 other countries: Australia, Brasil, Canada, Cayman, China, Cuba, Gabon, India, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Namibia, Norway, Serbia, Singapor, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, USA, Vatican, Vietnam.
Of our media appearances, we count:
Our office in Germany, the Jacques Delors Institute - Berlin, appeared about 150 times in 2016, in 22 countries:
47 in the traditionnal press;
24 in the audiovisual media;
76 in the online media.