European elections: Implications for the European Union

On Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. WiseEuropa, together with Collegium Civitas, organizes a workshop entitled “European elections: Implications for the European Union”.

Results of the 2019 European elections, its implications for the EU will be discussed during the workshop. It will also analyze potential coalitions in the European Parliament and consequences of the elections for the national political scenes, including Poland. The workshop will be the opportunity for the interactive discussion in order to comment on the European elections.


Manifesto – The future of Europe according to young citizens

“Manifesto – Future of Europe according to young citizens” will be also discussed during the workshop. The document was developed during the EngageEU project as a result of a long-term participatory project addressed to the youth of #EngagEU developed and carried out by the Berlin Institut für Europäische Politik e.V. together with partner institutions: Center International de Formation Européenne in Nice, WiseEuropa in Warsaw and Trans European Policy Studies Association in Brussels. Thanks to the European Commission funding from the “Europe for Citizens” program, more than 500 young citizens from over 23 EU Member States and the Western Balkans could discuss, develop and save their ideas and postulates regarding the future of Europe during the four editions of # YoungCitizens’FutureLabs.


Leading workshops – Dr Adam Balcer

The workshop will be led by Adam Balcer, Foreign Affairs Manager at WiseEuropa – an independent think tank based in Warsaw. He is a political scientist, expert in the field of Central and Eastern Europe, the Black Sea region and Polish foreign policy. He also works as a national researcher in the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). He is also a lecturer at the Center for Eastern European Studies (SEW) at the University of Warsaw. Former expert in the Central Europe Department of the Balkans section (2001-2009) and head of the Turkish project at the Center for Eastern Studies (2005-2009). In 2009-2013, the director of the “Extension and Neighborhood” program at demos EUROPA-Center for European Strategy.

Member of the Advisory Group to the Committee of Foreign Relations at the Polish Parliament (2010-2012). Advisor in the presidential expert program (2013-2015).


The workshops will be an opportunity for an interactive discussion to comment on the European elections. Everyone will be able to speak and express their opinion.
The workshops will be carried out in English. If you are interested in participating in the workshop, please send your application to:

Date and place of the meeting:
Thursday, 17:30, 6 June 2019
Collegium Civitas, Palace of Culture and Science, Pl. Defilad 1
Room 1027 / 10th floor



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