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Labour’s EU policy at the next election (Labour for a European Future)

St Paul's Parish Church Brighton West StreetBrighton,

What should Labour's Europe policy be at the next election? Panel discussion hosted by Labour for a European Future. In person meeting at the Labour Party Conference. Venue: Saint Paul’s Parish Church, West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RE Chair: Mike Buckley Speakers: Hilary Benn MP Paul Blomfield MP, Christabel Cooper (Councillor, Hammersmith and Fulham) Clare Moody… Read More »

Lockdown Livestream: Proportional Representation

In this week's Lockdown Livestream, Glasgow Loves EU are talking to constitutional lawyer David Langwallner about proportional representation and constitutional law and their effects on elections and democracy. Join them live on facebook, twitter or twitch.   The event will be recorded; you can catch up later here.

European Chats – Spain and Serbia (EM International)

Join the European Movement International for the ninth edition of their European Chats, this time with the European Movement Serbia and the European Movement Spain. EuropeanChats gathers activists and stakeholders from the European Movement International network, to discuss with European citizens different issues surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, and how it affects European economies and societies.… Read More »

German Elections: Implications for Europe

Germany goes to the polls on Sunday September 26 after 16 years of Angela Merkel as Chancellor and, arguably, the most powerful European leader. Whatever the election outcome there will be a new Chancellor. But, as the most populous country and biggest economy in the EU, the change of leadership and government in Germany will… Read More »

Jenny Gilruth at Fife4Europe – Post Brexit Issues

Jenny Gilruth MSP (SNP), Mid-Fife and Glenrothes, and Minister for Culture, Europe and International Development will be the guest speaker at Fife4Europe's monthly meeting. Topics will include various post  Brexit issues, including  progress on physical proof of Settled Status, the Government's efforts on Erasmus+, the current supply and transportation issues, and many more. Join them… Read More »

Brexit protest at Conservative Party conference

The Conservative Party Conference starts in Manchester this weekend, so Manchester for Europe and Grassroots for Europe are organising a protest to show delegates and the media that we have noticed that "BREXIT ISN'T WORKING"! This is expected to be the largest anti-Brexit demonstration since the December 2019 General Election.  Interest is high, as evidence mounts… Read More »

Lockdown Livestream: #BrexitReality

In this week's Lockdown Livestream, Glasgow Loves EU are talking to twitter sensation Professor R Daniel Keleman (@rdanielkelemen) of Rutgers University. Professor Kelemen has charted #BrexitReality in a continuous thread on Twitter and has now posted nearly a 1,000 tweets. Glasgow Loves EU plan to mark his 1000th tweet on during their livestream at 7.30pm… Read More »

A forgotten Father of Europe?(Federal Trust for Education & Research)

The former Director of the Federal Trust, Dr Martyn Bond, will be discussing his most recent book “Hitler’s Cosmopolitan Bastard”, a biography of Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi. Coudenhove-Kalergi (RCK) was a central figure in the history of European integration before and after the Second World War, arguing for a united Europe based initially on shared popular… Read More »

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 »

Lockdown Livestream: Fixing the post-Brexit social divide

In this week's Lockdown Livestreams, Glasgow Loves EU will be in conversation with Dr Helga Nowotny, Professor emerita of Science and Technology Studies at ETH Zurichand former president of the European Research Council. She will talk about dealing with uncertainty, Brexit's impact on the EU and fixing the post-referendum social divide.   Join them live… 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 »