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Why is journalism failing democracy? (Open Democracy)

In rich countries, local media is struggling to survive. The people who produce and consume the news are increasingly elites living in big cities. Why is this happening, what does it mean for democracy and what can we do about it? Join OpenDemocracy for a free love discussion. Speakers: Peter Geoghegan, Jonathan Heawood, Nikki Usher,… Read More »

New European Bauhaus and EU Citizens (EMI)

The New European Bauhaus and its relevance for citizens - Shaping a more beautiful future in Europe Join European Movement International (EMI) for their online panel event  on the occasion of the 19th Week of Regions and Cities 2021. This event will bring together the voices of Europe’s organised civil society, local and regional governments, … Read More »

Honest conversation about our common future (Aspen

Executive Vice President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, responsible for the European Green Deal, and renowned professor, lawyer, and author Philippe Sands will discuss the plight of humanity in an age of climate and biodiversity crises and the increasing pressure on our fundamental values and freedoms from within and without our countries. Public webinar… Read More »

Europe and climate change (Federal Trust)

The COP26 meeting, hosted by the UK in November, will turn the spotlight on the global challenge of tackling climate change. At this Federal Trust webinar, an expert panel will discuss the public policy responses to this challenge by the UK, Germany and the EU. Among the questions discussed will be:  Will a green recovery… Read More »

Changing to Proportional Representation: New Zealand’s experience (Pro Europa)

Pro Europa Brussels invites you to a discussion with Prof Andrew Geddis of Otago University. There are many parallels between New Zealand's experience prior to the introduction of PR and the situation in the UK today, where the Conservatives and some in the Labour Party are clinging to their vested interest in the present first-past-the-post… Read More »

Trading places: Brexit and the UK economy (Resolution Foundation)

in-person and interactive webinar by the Resolution Foundation. What does wanting to be an open economy mean after Britain’s divorce from its biggest trading partner? Amid the immediate, direct effects of Brexit, can we see signs of the longer-lasting changes it might bring? How should a trade strategy align with other aspects of a new… Read More »

Should the EU fear Polexit? (ECFR Warszawa)

Online debate oragnised by ECFR Warsaw and the ideaForum of the Stefan Batory Foundation. Speakers: Lucas Guttenberg, Deputy Director, Jacques Delors Centre (Berlin) Caroline de Gruyter, Europe correspondent, NRC Handelsblad Duncan Robinson, Brussels bureau chief, The Economist Shahin Vallée, Head of Geoeconomics Program, DGAP Commentary: Piotr Buras, Director Warsaw office, ECFR Chaired by: Edwin Bendyk, President, Stefan Batory… Read More »

Festival of Europe – Official Launch (UK PEN)

The Festival of Europe will be a UK-wide summer of music, film, theatre, visual arts and food, celebrating our continent’s shared culture and values, organised by UK PEN, the United Kingdom pro-European Network. The official launch of the Festival of Europe 2022 is being held at the National Liberal Club in Central London. It will… Read More »

Equality and inclusion in a post-pandemic EU (Eurofound)

As part of the debate on the Conference on the Future of Europe, Eurofound, in cooperation with the European Commission Representation in Ireland and European Movement Ireland is organising a live webinar on Equality and Inclusion in a Post-pandemic EU. As Europe embarks on its path to rebuild a greener, more digital and more resilient Europe,… Read More »

Voting Rights and Belonging (Young Europeans Network)

Young Europeans Network

The Young Europeans Network (YEN) is hosting a webinar all about the Elections Bill. The Elections Bill is changing EU citizens’ voting rights. This webinar will discuss the changes proposed by the Government and what this means for EU citizens and all migrants living in the UK. It will feature accounts and testimonies from of… Read More »

EU’s place in the new geo-economic order (EM International)

Online discussion organised by the European Movement International. By bringing together participants from business, the EU institutions, civil society organisations and trade unions, this 60-minute panel event will be an opportunity to discuss the recent developments and future challenges of the EU’s internal market vis-à-vis the international arena. Globalisation enables global exchanges of strategic flows… Read More »