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Václav Havel European Dialogues
Brussels - 27/11/2018
The Robert Schuman Foundation, represented by Eric Maurice will attend the 2018 edition of the Václav Havel European Dialogues which will be held in Brussels on 27th November. This year, the conference is entitled "Strengthening Democracy in the EU Neighbourhood: Integration as an Effective Leverage?".
Is the new Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU fit for the next decade?
Brussels - 21/11/2018
The Wilfried Martens Centre and the Robert Schuman Foundation have the pleasure to invite you to a public event devoted to the future MFF on 21th of November in Brussels. Join us for an in-depth discussion with our experts and MEPs on the topic.
Citizens' Consultations: the floor to parliamentarians from the European Union
08/11/2018
Under the patronage of M. Richard FERRAND, President of the French National Assembly, and in cooperation with the Robert Schuman Foundation, the European Affairs Committee presided by Ms Sabine THILLAYE organises a conference on the citizen's consultations on Thursday, 8 November at the French National Assembly, Paris.
Dealing with European Issues. Four countries - Four Visions of Europe
France - 06/11/2018
Jean-Dominique Giuliani will give a conference to a group of journalists from different Member States as part of a study tour organised by the Bosch Alumni Network in partnership with the Franco-German Institute
Fighting fraud in the customs transit system within the European Union
Brussels - 20/06/2018
On 20th June next in Brussels the Robert Schuman Foundation is organising a conference devoted to fraud in the customs transit system. This will be an opportunity to continue the work of the Kellet-Bowman report on the European transit system, twenty years after its publication.

This conference is available in replay via the link above with the password: TransitFraud18
Hearing at the National Assembly
14/06/2018
As part of the public finance evaluation work of the Finance Committee, Xavier Paluskiewicz, Special Rapporteur for European Affairs, will hear Jean-Dominique Giuliani on the future and budget of the European Union.
The European Parliament, at the heart of European Democracy
12/06/2018
As part of the series of conferences dedicated to the European Parliament, the heart of European democracy and one year before the European elections, the Robert Schuman Foundation is organising a citizens' consultation in Strasbourg on 12 June. MEPs debate with you about their actions in Parliament. What role does it play in institutions that are said to be distant? What is its commitment to citizens' freedoms and rights? What is the impact of his votes on our daily lives? The only institution of the Union elected by direct universal suffrage is the heart of European democracy. Register for free.
Facts against fears - How to address populism?
05/06/2018
The Embassies of France and Germany in cooperation with the European Commission in Sweden invite you to a seminar on the latest trends and challenges posed by the surge of populist movements to European democracies and societies. Jean-Dominique Giuliani will attend the round table dedicated to the impact of populism on the political landscape in Europe.
Consultation on the Future of Europe
European Union - 14/05/2018
As part of the citizens' consultations initiated by the President of the French Republic and organised throughout the European Union, the European Commission has launched an online consultation. The Robert Schuman Foundation supports this approach by organising and participating in various events in France and in the European Union.
The European Parliament, Heart of European Democracy?
European Union - 10/05/2018
On 10 May, the Robert Schuman Foundation organised, in partnership with the Antall Jozsef knowledge Centre, a seminar in Budapest entitled "The European Parliament, the heart of European democracy". This project is supported by the European Parliament and is structured around three conferences held in Budapest, Warsaw and Strasbourg. In front of an audience of 80 people, students, experts and members of the diplomatic corps, the conference was held at the Danube Palace.