January 15th 2019, the Spanish national seminar took place in Barcelona, Spain and was organized by our partners the Foundation Tinijove. The aim was to present the Vote4Europe? project but also to raise 2 questions which will be asked to MEP’s in Brussels.
The transnational seminar took place in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on March 22nd 2019. Click here to read the programme!
The transnational seminar of Barcelona will take place on March 6th 2019. the event is organized by the Trinijove Foundation. Click here to read the programme of the meeting.
In the framework of the Vote4Europe project, we submitted a hundred of people to a survey on Europe, the European elections and their intention to vote for these elections in each of our partner countries. You can read more about the answers to the survey by country, about the analysis of these answers and see a graph representation of the
You can find here the programme of the Transnational Seminar and the Transnational Steering Committee of the Vote4Europe? project that will take place in Poznan, Poland on the 14th and 15th of February 2019 Click here
Here is an initiative from the European parliamentary research service (EPRS). It is a website which gathers a number of simple sheets showcasing what Europe does for the citizen in his daily life, in his city, in his region, explained from the citizen’s point of view. What does Europe for me?
Each political group represented at the European Parliament chooses a lead candidates (Spitzenkandidat in German) and it case of victory during the European Elections, this candidate will be proposed for the presidency of the European commission. The procedure was introduced in 2014 with the aim of giving more democratic legitimacy to the nomination of the President of the European Commission
Here is an initiative from the European Parliament which entends to encourage young people to vote for the European Elections of May 2019, but also to encourage them to invite other young people to do the same. On the website of “This time I’m voting” you can register and receive more information about the elections and their organisation in your
The European Union has brought peace between its members — a peace that has now lasted for more than 60 years. Bit what is on the European Union agenda’s? Find out more about how the EU is tackling today’s challenges as well as what its main priorities are. Jobs, growth and investment In 2015, the EU created the European Fund for
What has the European Union done for you? Well, for a start, we all live in peaceful times, which in itself is a huge achievement, but it is not the only thing that Europe has done for us. The EU cannot deal with everything, nor has this ever been its aim. The EU’s authority to act is clearly defined and