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Conference Conversations 12 – The end of the Conference on the Future of Europe: Where do we go from here?
This edition of Conference Conversations followed the official close of the Conference on the Future of Europe on 9 May and the presentation of the final report to the presidents of the three main EU institutions. We brought together two key players to take stock of the Conference and discuss how the results can and will be taken forward.
Conference Conversations 11 – The war in Ukraine and the (Conference on the) Future of Europe
On the morning of the final Conference Plenary, we will hold the eleventh edition of our Conference Conversations series. As the Conference wraps up and prepares its final report, our panellists will reassess where the Conference on the Future of Europe stands in light of global developments.
Conference Conversations 10 – What’s the future of participatory democracy in the EU?
The Conference on the Future of Europe is at the finishing line. What will its legacy look like? Can it be a turning point for a more democratic, more participatory European Union?
Conference Conversations 9 – Knocking on Brussels doors: Ideas, Information, Insights from the European Citizens’ Panels
In this special edition, we turn to the citizens themselves. Our panel of speakers is comprised of citizens ambassadors who have taken part in both the European Citizens’ Panels and the Conference Plenary sessions.
Conference Conversations 8 – The European Citizens’ Panels and the future of democracy in the EU
What are the main recommendations that have been put forward by Panel 2 (‘European democracy/values, rights, rule of law, security’) of the Conference’s European Citizens’
Conference Conversations 7 – Taking Stock of the Conference
Has public reception of the Conference changed since its launch earlier this year? How representative is the Conference so far and are the randomly selected citizens representative of the diversity of EU citizens? Has the promise to include youth voices and perspectives been fulfilled?