The Elcano Royal Institute’s Working Groups are one of its biggest assets. Their method of working allows them to canvas the views of a wide range of experts from different business, academic, professional and political backgrounds.
‘The level of reflection of the Working Groups helps us address complex challenges.’Gabriel López Serrano, Director of Regulation, Microsoft
One of the biggest strengths of the Elcano Royal Institute’s Working Groups is the private space they provide to discuss issues. Members meet under the Chatham House Rule and receive a personal, non-transferable invitation from the Director of the Working Group.
The Institute’s Action Plan for 2023 includes the following working groups:
‘Access to high-quality information, dialogue with international experts and a space for addressing issues that are strategic for both governments and corporations are just some of the many benefits of the Elcano Working Groups.’David Redoli, Director of Institutional Relations, Solaria
Companies on the Institute’s Corporate Members’ Programme can choose which groups to participate in, in line with their relation to the Institute and their specific interests.