20 Recommendations For More Democracy in Europe
The My!Europe's final conference has summarised the 7 national conference into a document called "20 Recommendations For More Democracy in Europe". Read it here, in English and German.
XX recommendations on European democracy
The My!Europe project will prepare its final recommendations this coming week. "Europe needs a rethink" is the first sentence in the proposed text for a preamble. A ceremonial final presentation will take place in Hannover on Friday.
Five Steps To Make Europe More Social
Don’t talk about a European welfare state. Instead, a German politician suggests, we should think of EU minimum standards also in the social field.
What should be Germany's new role?
At the Sonnenberg TopTagung conference in May, blogger Manuel Müller presented a series of interesting quotes from German statesmen and intellectuals the role of Germany in the EU.
Merkel, Malta, Feb. 3. 2017:
The history of recent years has shown that there will be a multi-speed EU and not all members will participate in the same steps of integration.
Pirate Reda: Beware!
The pro-European forces do not understand the confidence crisis they are in, said Julia Reda, MEP from the German Pirate Party when she met a My!Europe group in the European Parliament in Brussels.
Photos, Final Conference
The final My!Europe conference took place at the Sonnenberg November 22-24 and ended in Hannover on the Nov. 25. - Here are some shots. More contributions are welcome.
4th conference on European democracy
Main concerns when participants at the 4th My!Europe conference mulled over the ideas and questions leading up the final My!Europe Declaration in November on democracy in Europe: Peace, voters' influence, refugees, transparency and more EU-contact to citizens.
Wie können Transparenz und politische Debatte in der EU verbessert werden?
Bericht einer Arbeitsgruppe: "Jeder und jede soll in der Lage sein, Informationen und Diskussionen über das Internet nachvollziehen zu können". Besuche beim Europa-Parlament sollen "weitgehend kostenfrei" sein, und Bürger/innen müssen verstärkt aktiv sein.