(There will be four conversations of one-and-a-half hours each: January 27, February 17, March 17 and April 21).
All across Europe citizens are organising themselves beyond activism. No longer do citizens await policies, they are actively involved in co-shaping them. From local levels, to pan-European levels as we see with the Conference on the Future of Europe. But citizens are no policy makers, even though the lines are blurry sometimes. What are lessons learned, what seem promising horizons?
Jamal Shahin, University of Amsterdam
Roger Casale, New Europeans
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