Throughout the months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the travel and meeting restrictions, we have striven to deliver a wide range of engaging initiatives, events, award schemes, discussion and debates about the future of Europe. We have brought together people and organisations from all corners of Europe, in a spirit of openness and inclusivity, and have asked for one thing only: to mention the #EuropeFutureFringe hashtag in their promotion and advocacy. As we look forward to gradual return to physical events, we will nevertheless remain focused on promoting a blended, virtual and on-site, approach, to our common actions on the future of Europe.
Scotland’s Climate Assembly welcomes observers to the sixth meeting of the Assembly on the 6th and 7th March 2021.
Uncertain Times: The Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations from the Perspective of NGOs and Think Tanks in Central Europe and Hungary is an online webinar series organised by the Hungarian Europe Society .
The fully virtual 2021 EESC Civil Society Days are intended to be a public forum bringing together European citizens, civil society organisations and the European institutions for a debate about the essential...
In the news
Online and offline, we want to ensure that the conversations about the future of Europe are heard as widely as possible, and are accessible and understandable to everyone. Here are our some recent articles, blogs and other stories which are united by our vision of an inclusive, democratic and sustainable Europe.
Discussing triple loyalties in Brexit Britain – British, Jewish and European.
To make the process easier for foreigners, we have prepared answers to the questions that arise most often. We hope they will help take the first step in solidarity with Belarusian political prisoners.
We see the newly published Joint Declaration as the long-anticipated step towards closing the yearlong deadlock and approaching the start of the Conference.