On 2 December, EU institutions will present to citizens who participated in European and national panels and events their follow-up on the Conference and its proposals.
As pledged to citizens during the Conference on the Future of Europe, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the European Commission are organising a feedback event. It will feature an interactive exchange between the three institutions and the citizens who participated in the European Citizens’ Panels, as well as representatives of National Citizens’ Panels and events. High-level representatives of the three institutions will explain how they are following up on the Conference and its proposals.
When: Friday 2 December 2022
Where: European Parliament in Brussels
The programme of the follow-up event will be available on the Conference’s platform. The public sessions of the event will be streamed on Parliament’s Multimedia Centre. A media advisory with information for journalists wishing to follow the event in person will also be issued soon.
In recent months, the three institutions have worked to fulfil their commitment to act on the Conference’s proposals. They have started the implementation and follow-up process in accordance with their respective competences under the Treaties of the EU. The Conference’s 49 proposals include more than 300 measures on how to achieve them, across nine themes, based on the recommendations from the European and National Citizens’ Panels, as well as input from national events, the multilingual digital platform and discussions within nine thematic working groups and the Plenary.