Do you want to contribute to the Conference on the Future of Europe?
Do you belong to a civil society organization in Europe that operates either at the local or national level?
The Civil Society Convention, led by Civil Society Europe will now take the Convention’s work to a more local level, involving grassroots constituencies in the deliberation and drafting of our final recommendations.
Fundamentally, when addressing today’s social, environmental, and democratic challenges, we hope to mobilize our broad and diverse constituencies and bring a strong and shared agenda into public debates. However, we believe that our aim can only be fully realized with your help and involvement. Support us to ensure the broadening of conversations regarding the Europe we deserve by completing these consultations created by our thematic clusters.
These consultations aims to analyze the current state of affairs and map out events/debates that can assist us in reaching out to civil societies at the national and local levels. Furthermore, from October to December, we intend to hold discussions and debates with constituents to feed into the Convention and CoFoE processes. Your ideas will be brought forward at the next Conference Plenary sessions.
By the end of the CoFoE institutional process, we anticipate the Convention will have produced reports to be presented to decision makers, the media, and civil society across Europe, along with a joint preamble.
Thank you for your time and we look forward to your utmost cooperation in making our collective voices heard!
Under the umbrella theme of “Our European Life” – What it is – What it should be – and How to Get There!, this cluster examine European rights and values as a transversal frame and foundation for pondering on these topics:
- European rights and values
- Migration challenges and opportunities
- EU’s role in the world
- European identity
- Freedom of movement and more…
Factsheets that provide additional information and context concerning these questions are available here.
Deadline for consultation: End of November.
Under the thematic cluster European Democracy we need – the survey aims to address concerns related to THREE main challenges of democracy in Europe:
- Enabling Environment for Participation
- Electoral Reform
- Ensure Accountability
For French version: https://forms.gle/HY2dvcKKjBhYDk1H8
For Italian version: https://forms.gle/VWALPWDBhftafMiFA
CLICK HERE to write in your recommendations and positions with regards to the achievement of:
- Sustainable Economic Model
- Equal Opportunities (including migration)
- Fair Working Conditions
- Social Protection.
Deadline for consultation: 26th of November..
Via ECAS’s crowdsourcing platform share your positions on:
- Digital Democracy
- Digital Education
- Digital Safeguards
- Defending Rights and Freedoms Online
- Digital Economy.
Find the guidelines to access the platform at this link.
Deadline for the first phase of consultation: 31st of October..