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December 2021 Flash info

  • The popular EP Walking Tours around the European Quarter have ended for 2021: over 1.075 citizens took part in the activity since the launch in May. The walking tours will return in Spring 2022.

  • Euroscola online is back: almost 5000 students from 165 schools in Europe took part in the first two virtual sessions of the season, livestreamed from the Hemicycle in Strasbourg. The European Parliament’s flagship event for schools allows students to step into the shoes of an MEP for a day and debate pressing issues with fellow European students as well as experts and MEPs.

  • Have your say on the future of Europe with the Conference on the Future of Europe: No matter where you are, you can take part in shaping Europe’s future thanks to the digital platform. Available in 24 languages, the online platform allows citizens to attend an event, or organise their own, and share their thoughts on the future of Europe.

  • Join and help shape European democracy: Citizens can sign up to join, a new online community that encourages everybody to participate in democracy. Sign up today to join events organised across Europe, meet fellow Europeans and keep up to date with the latest news from the European Parliament.

  • Discover how the European Commission impacts your business: Civil society groups, business representatives or anyone wishing to learn more about the European Commission and the priorities of the von der Leyen Commission - can discuss it directly with Commission officials. Find out more about how specific policies impact your daily life! Request a physical or virtual visit.

  • Registrations open for the Economic and Social Committee annual event for young people: The 13th edition of "Your Europe, Your Say!" been launched. The EESC's annual youth event will take place remotely on 31 March-1 April 2022. Selected schools from each of the 27 Member States of the European Union (EU) and the five candidate countries for EU accession will discuss the topic "The Truth about Lies. Youth challenging Disinformation". Applications are open till 2 December. Spread the news by encouraging schools in your country to take part!

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