It met after a year of negotiations and thousands of citizens involved in the participatory democratic process.
Strasbourg, May 2.– Participants from 27 member states and union bodies met in the European Parliament for this purpose.
The Conference on the Future of Europe is a unique and timely opportunity for European citizens to debate on Europe’s challenges and priorities. No matter where you are from or what you do, this is the place to think about what future you want for the European Union.
The European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission have committed to listen to Europeans and to follow up, within their sphere of competences, on the recommendations made.
By spring 2022, the Conference is expected to reach conclusions and provide guidance on the future of Europe.
Who can take part?
European citizens, from all walks of life and corners of the Union, with young people playing a central role in shaping the future of the European project.
European, national, regional and local authorities, as well as civil society and other organisations who want to organise events and contribute ideas.
Receiving final recommendations
The reforms cover various areas that may be affected.
Cockpar Parole is a young partner from Poland: “I was in a working group on economics, social justice and employment – he explains – I worked to give students a young perspective on the big housing problem and to lay the foundation for the search. Students’ first job”.
According to civic representatives – selected from 450 million Europeans – the Conference on the Future of Europe opens a new chapter in European democracy.
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