7 November 2022 - 9.30-10.30 / Council of Europe Hemicycle

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World Forum for Democracy 2022: Times for facts, Opening Session and Plenary 1

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Palais de l'Europe, Hemicycle 7 November 2022 - 9.30-12.30
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LUCIANI Claudia 2022


Director of Human Dignity, Equality and Governance, Council of Europe

Claudia Luciani is currently Director of Human Dignity, Equality and governance. Her responsibilities cover the implementation of the Istanbul and Anti-Trafficking conventions as well as of the gender equality strategy (2018-2023). Claudia’s work on governance focuses on the functioning of democratic institutions from election assistance, civil society participation and good governance principles. The World Forum for Democracy is how innovation in democracy helps us meet the current challenges.

FOA Roberto Stefan 2022

Roberto FOA

Centre for the Future of Democracy, University of Cambridge

United Kingdom



Europe Director and Editor of the Democracy Index, EIU

Joan Hoey is the Regional Director for Europe in Economist Intelligence’s Country Analysis division. She is an expert on European political economy, with a special interest in democracy, governance, political risk, global geopolitics and east European post-communist transition. Joan is the Editor of EIU's flagship annual Democracy Index, recognised by governments, international organisations, corporates and academia as a leading measure of global democracy. Before joining the Europe team at The Economist Group in 1995, Joan worked as a journalist covering the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and the wars that followed the break-up of Yugoslavia.

WIKE Richard 2022

Richard WIKE

Director of global attitudes research, Pew Research Centre


Richard Wike is director of global attitudes research at Pew Research Center in Washington, DC, where he conducts research and writes about international public opinion on a variety of topics, such as democracy, international cooperation, and attitudes toward the United States and China. He is an author of numerous Pew Research Center reports and has written pieces for The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Financial Times, the Guardian, Politico, Journal of Democracy, and other publications.