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[Event] #CitizensRoute online debate: Addressing the challenges of the transeuropean dimension in politics – 17/04/2018

The #CitizensRoute2019 invites you to its next online-Tribune*

Tuesday 17/04 at 18.00

Addressing the challenges of the transeuropean dimension in politics

One hour debate with: David Carayol (Newropeans), Erik Edman (Diem25 Belgium), Maarten de Groot (Citizens Initiative), Adrian Taylor (iCAN)

Format
Language : English
Date : 17/04/2018, 18.00-19.00
Location : ONLINE (URL will be sent to subscribed participants)
This topic will be discussed around different sub-questions:
  1. the challenge of not falling in the trap of going national
  2. the challenge of building European teams at the head of transnational lists
  3. the challenge of network structures
  4. the challenge of costs
  5. the challenge of languages
  6. the challenge of running for 28 national electoral systems
  7. the challenge of reaching to a European citizen that hardly exists
  8. the challenge of media coverage

One hour open debate, with our special guests:
-David Carayol (Newropeans)
-Erik Edman (Diem25 Belgium)
-Maarten de Groot (Citizens Initiative)
-Adrian Taylor (iCAN Change Agents Network)

Get your personal invitation to join the debate! Subscribe here: Participation Form
or send an e-mail @: victoire@eucitizenprocess.net

*The “e-Tribunes” consist of monthly online meetings organised by the CitizenRoute’s partners, aimed at providing the opportunity for emerging political movements to present and confront their positions on European “burning issues”. This kind of exercice is in line with CitizenRoute”s mantra : “Given today’s huge challenges of redefinition of the European project, let’s start the 2019 European election campaign NOW!” You can find the proceedings of our e-Tribunes on the topics « Europe and Catalunya » here, “Consitution and/or Democratisation” here and the podcast of the last one here: “Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019?”

Best regards,
Team #CitizensRoute2019

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