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Future of Europe: 450 million Europeans to engage, an impossible challenge?

WEBINAR

‚Äč The Association Civic Tech Europe (ACTE) is holding a webinar on June 10th, between 9 am and 10:10 am on: "Future of Europe: 450 million Europeans to engage, an impossible challenge?"

Within the context of the Conference on the Future of Europe, the event will be the opportunity to discuss how European institutions and civic tech organizations can gather to reach a common goal: engage all citizens around the European Union, no matter their age nor their geographical location. 

The Association Civic Tech Europe will present a set of concrete recommendations to highlight how the sector could support the European institutions in this ambitious project.

PROGRAM 

Introductory keynote speech by a high-level representative of the EU

Round table and Q&A - Future of Europe: 450 million Europeans to engage, an impossible challenge?   

  •  Helmut Scholz, Member of the European Parliament and Observer of the Executive Board of the Conference on the Future of Europe 
  •  Anguel Beremliysky, Member of the Common Secretariat of the Conference on the Future of Europe 
  •  Janica Ylikarjula, Member of European Economic and Social Committee from Employers' Group (Group I) 
  •  A member of the European Committee of the Regions, Commission for Citizenship, Governance, Institutional and External Affairs (potential panelist) 
  •  Two members of the Association Civic Tech Europe

Conclusion

  • Axel Dauchez, Founder & CEO of Make.org, Founding member and Vice-President of ACTE

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