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#CitizensRoute – First e-Café Debate: Looking at the Catalan crisis from a European angle – 6th November 2017

The #CitizensRoute initiates its first e-Café debate!

You are cordially invited to join us for an online public debate on

Monday, November 6th at 18.00

The objective is to mobilise the organisational and political network of partners on burning issues, to create a dynamic debate around the #CitizensRoute !

Topic and format

“Looking at the Catalan crisis from a European angle”

The debate about who is wrong and who is right, who is the kind and who is villain in this Spanish-Catalan crisis, is inept. Looking at this crisis from a European angle enables to finally tackle the major issue of the articulation between the different levels of the European political and institutional architecture. This debate must start from the European citizens, within whom these different identities (local, regional, national and European…) cross each other, and who are in danger if these different identities start conflicting with one another.

Language : English and French (participants will be able to express themselves in English or French, a live-translation will be provided after each intervention.)
Date : 06/11/2017, 18h-19h
Format: Online platform (Link access will be communicated asap)

One hour open debate, with our special guests:

  • Max Vives-Fierro i Planas (Executive Director at Fundació Catalunya Europa)
  • Adrian Taylor (iCAN Change Agents Network)
  • Yves Gernigon (EFP)
  • Giorgio Clarotti (EC/UEF Union of European Federalists)

Register here by writing down your e-mail: https://doodle.com/poll/kge7m5n2qg2w6tmz – you will receive a special invitation to join our platform for the debate.

Coordination and more information @ victoire@eucitizenprocess.net

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