TDI Yearly 2023: Key developments in the EU's trade defence policy of the year 2023
The EU’s Trade Defence Policy is evolving constantly. Following up the most important developments, the 3E Research Centre of the Brussels School of Governance (BSoG) is organising its annual Trade Defence Instruments (TDI) conference on Thursday 9 November 2023. TDI Yearly 2023 will be organised in a hybrid format, building upon the very well-received in-person, online and hybrid editions of the three previous years.
The conference convenes top-level speakers including Angela Ellard (Deputy Director-General, WTO), Maria José Costeira (President of Sixth Chamber, EU General Court) and Clare Brodie (Executive Director, UK Trade Remedies Authority). The sessions will review the most important novelties of year 2023 in the decision-making of the Commission, the European Court and the WTO, while providing also comparative insights on the TDI practices of the EU’s key trading partners.
The conference offers both online and in person options.
The in-person event will take place from 9:30 - 17:15 on Thursday, 9th November 2023. The in-person ticket option costs €85.00 (+ €4.39 fee), granting full access to the TDI conference, including full-day catering and a networking lunch.
The online ticket option costs €25.00 (+ €1.99 fee). The online event will give you online access to the TDI conference for the whole day. Upon payment, you'll receive a confirmation with the link to connect to the digital session on the 18th.
Tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite.