Brexit, the rise of populism and the challenges of online disinformation have all tugged at different citizens’ rights, including those at the core of a European citizenship. Being a key election year, it is important to have a say on the course that the EU is set to take from here on out and on the impact it will have on citizens’ lives.
In light of this, on May 14th ECAS is organising the second annual State of the Union Citizens’ Rights 2019: The Post-Election EU Citizenship Agenda!
The two panels of the conference will present the state of the art in the EU citizenship field, including the main legislative developments and obstacles to the exercise of EU rights, and will showcase successful case studies, which demonstrate how freedom of movement and political participation of EU citizens can be facilitated and improved.
The overall aim is to formulate recommendations for the post-election European citizenship agenda of a European Union, where EU citizens and their rights are at the centre of the decision-making processes at all levels.
We have lined up exciting and insightful panels of speakers!
Have a look at the full agenda
14 May 2019 @ 09:00 am
14 May 2019 @ 02:00 pm
Duration: 5 hours
175 Rue de la Loi