Relaunching Europe in Prague - Europe Growing Together
Come and join us in Prague for a special Relaunching Europe event in celebration of two years of passionate and engaging debates on the future of Europe.
The challenges of tomorrow are numerous. Europe is slowly waking up from an austerity nightmare that has let millions of European citizens down and has undermined the core values of the European project. Without solidarity, without trust and unity, how can we move ahead together?
What will become of the Europe if nothing is done today? How can we restore unity and overcome national interest? Are our differences binding or tearing us apart? …
It is time to let citizens back into the game! For two years now, we’ve travelled around the EU to listen to your best ideas to re-launch Europe on the path to more solidarity, equality and well-being for all us.
Participate in the debate and exchange view with our international guest speakers. Your opinion is all that matters.
Everybody is welcome to this free event. For organisational purposes, we kindly ask that your register for the event. It only takes a minute! The debate will be followed by a cocktail and a get-together.
We’ll have the pleasure to have journalist Javier RUIZ PÉREZ to moderate the discussion. The full programme of the evening will soon be available.
Live audio translation will be provided in English and Czech.
“Europe growing together”
11 April 2014, at 17:30
Národní dům na Smíchově
Guest speakers include:
Hannes SWOBODA // President, S&D Group
Martin SCHULZ // President, European Parliament
Bohuslav SOBOTKA // Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
Libor ROUCEK // Vice-President, S&D Group
Richard FALBR // Head of Czech Delegation, S&D Group
Jan KELLER // Sociologist
Jacques RUPNIK // Director of Research, Centre for International Studies and Research, Sciences Po, Paris
Ania SKRZYPEK // Senior Research Fellow, Foundation for European Progressives Studies
More speakers to be announced soon.
The event will also be video broadcasted live on the Relaunching Europe website. If you can’t make it to Prague, you will still be able to participate live and voice your comments and questions via Twitter using #RelaunchEU and Facebook.
We look forward to having you join the discussion!