L ‘Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) As part of this, Dublin (Ireland) will host Conference on the Future of EuropeAbout 200 European nationals will be in Dublin Castle from February 25 to 27. The Panel of European Citizens It has already met twice to work on its recommendations on “Strong Economy, Social Justice, Jobs, Education, Culture, Sports, and Digital Transformation” – in Strasbourg in September and online in November.
The panel’s five areas of operation are: Working in Europe, Economy for the Future, Fair Society, Learning in Europe, and Moral and Secure Digital Transformation. Once finalized, these recommendations will be discussed at the Plenary Meeting of the Conference on March 11 and 12. You will find all the useful information, especially in the latest report on panel work Web page dedicated to Panel 1. Is the draft agenda Available here.
The session will be held in the physical presence of the panelists in connection with the current public health practices in Ireland. Hybrid installations are also available to allow participants to connect remotely.
A technical briefing with representatives of the Joint Secretariat of the CET Conference will be held on Tuesday, February 22 at 10 am in the buildings of the European Commission. Authorized authors can participate directly or remotely. This informal briefing will be in English and French only. For more information and the remote participation link, please contact Sinead.MEEHAN-VAN-DRUTEN@ec.europa.eu.
How to follow a panel session
Meetings with all panelists will be broadcast live Multilingual Digital Platform for ConferenceAs well as at the Parliament’s Multimedia Center (Friday And Sunday). Saved versions are also available.
Journalists wishing to participate directly must register using the following link:
To enter the premises, journalists must have an accreditation (from EU member states or European institutions). A working area for the press will be available in the following building:
Hibernia Conference Room, Downstairs
Dam St., Dublin 2
Phone: +353 1 645 8800
For more practical information, please contact Maria Brianchon (firstname.lastname@example.org / +32 470 88 02 38) or Jack Moloney (Jack.Moloney@EP.Europa.eu / +353 86 0880902).
Press briefing with Guy Verhofstadt
A press conference will be held on Saturday at 4 p.m. More information is available at the Panel Session Press Room.
Plenary European Citizens ‘Panels and National Citizens’ Panels at the Conference on January 21 and 22 examined the recommendations made on the following topics: “European Democracy / Values and Rights, Rule of Law and Security”, “Climate Change, Environment / Health”.
Four European Citizens’ Panels take into account the contributions of citizens across Europe through multilingual digital platforms and events organized in member countries. Academic experts and other experts helped to answer the specific questions asked by the citizens. Citizens were randomly selected by specialist contractors to ensure that they represented the diversity of the European Union.
Eighty delegates (20 from each panel of European citizens, at least a third of whom are between the ages of 16 and 25) are members of the Conference Plenary. They liaise with MEPs, representatives of national governments and parliaments, European Commissioners, other Plenary members from EU bodies, local and regional authorities, social partners, and civil society.
The final report will include the contributions of EU citizens to the conference, which will be submitted through the platform until February 20, and will be published on March 17. However, the possibility of donating through the platform will be open after this date to allow the discussion to continue online.
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