New challenges for a new Parliament - Brussels



The outcome of the 2014 European Elections opens up new scenarios for Europe’s main political and institutional actors. It is time to look ahead to the challenges in the political reform of the policy areas of economy, civil rights, social Europe, energy, enlargement and external action. Also to analyse what are the prospects for the election of a new European commission President and Europe’s top jobs and the impact of raising Euroscepticism.

Keynote Speakers

The debate was moderated by Lisbeth Kirk, Editor in Chief of EU Observer.

Watch the speaker’s interventions at the devoted #EUchallenges channel

Download the easy to print  Program – New challenges for a new parliament – 8 July 2014 here


When: 8 July 2014 – 18:00 ~ 20:00 (cocktail at 17:30)

Where: Rue de la Loi 42 Wetstraat. 1000, Brussels.


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This Conference is financially supported by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not liable for the content of the conference or the opinions of the speakers.

This conference is an initiative of the Centre Maurits Coppieters.