Future of Europe: MEPs to discuss recommendations by European Citizens’ Panels
On Wednesday afternoon, MEPs will discuss the Panels’ ideas on “European democracy / Values and rights, rule of law, security” and “Climate change, environment / Health”.
The European Citizens’ Panels of the Conference on the Future of Europe have delivered two sets of recommendations so far. The Panel on “European democracy / Values and rights, rule of law, security” agreed on its 39 recommendations on 12 December 2021 at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. The Panel on “Climate change, environment / Health” followed suit at the Natolin (Poland) campus of the College of Europe on 9 January 2022, with 51 recommendations of its own.
When: Wednesday 12 January 2022, 16:15 - 18:45
Where: SPAAK building, room 1A2, with remote participation.
The discussion will take place in view of the upcoming Conference Plenary session that will look into these European Citizens’ Panels’ recommendations, which is set to take place on 21-22 January in Strasbourg.
The meeting agenda is available here. After the internal part of the meeting, you can follow the exchange live on Parliament’s Multimedia Centre.
Find out which MEPs are members of the Parliament’s delegation, as well as all other information on MEPs’ work in the Conference, on the dedicated EP webpage.
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