Take part in the workshop and present your ideas about the future of the European Union. We will collect them and we prepare the Manifesto which is presented to the newly elected members of the European Parliament. It’s one chance: 4th of March in the Centre for East European Studies.
On March 4 in the E Auditorium Maximum Hall of the University of Warsaw, will take place a series of workshop, which is part of the international project #EngagEU. During these meetings, ideas concerning the future of the European Union will be collected and discussed, which will be transferred to newly elected members of the European Parliament in the form of a Manifesto. Workshops are free, due to the limited number of people, you have to register your participation, just write an e-mail: email@example.com putting the topic of the workshop in the title. Each person can choose only one workshop. And there are three of them to choose:
– “European Muslims and European politics and identity” (13.30-15.30) – led by Ludwika Włodek, PhD;
– “Ukraine before national and European elections – what’s next with EU aspirations” (at 11.00-13.00) – led by Paweł Kowal, PhD;
– “Polish European policy after the European election” (9.00-11.00) – the workshop in English will be led by Adam Balcer
Also on Monday, March 4, at On 17.00 a debate entitled “Elections to the European Parliament and competition for influence in Central and Eastern Europe between Russia and the Union” will be organized. Everybody can take part in this event. It will be organised in the Ballroom of the Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace. The conversation with Paweł Kowal, PhD, Ludwika Włodek, PhD, Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, PhD, Marcin Kędzierski, PhD and Adam Balcer will be led by the journalist, Agnieszka Lichnerowicz.