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Can citizens' skills fix democracy? HEC Professor Alberto Alemanno's TEDx talk explains how


Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law and Regulation at HEC Paris, was invited to speak at this year’s edition of TEDx Brussels. On March 14th, the Professor, who is also the founder of The Good lobby and the scientific director of the EU Public Interest Law Clinic established by HEC Paris and New York University School of Law, gave a speech on the importance of lobbying for good in a world where people too often behave like spectators and consumers instead of citizens and actors.


During his presentation, Alemanno explains how citizen lobbying can make a real difference in public life and why lobbying has never been easier than today.

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