Michael has acted as expert adviser for the European Economic and Social Committee's Trade Committee for the last eight years preparing reports on a wide-range of Europe's external relations. Including "EU Trade with Central Asia" "EU Trade in Strategic Raw Materials" "EU Agri-trade"
Michael has just finished a report on "EU Trade and Sustainable Development Goals" for EESC
In August Michael was guest lecture at City University, Geneva on "How the EU works" for Summer School of University of Nagoya, Japan and Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Michael has just completed a guest lectureship at the Euroculture Centre, Goettingen University, Germany speaking on "Brexit and its Consequences"
Read Michael's article on the need for a democratic trade policy making: