Our election campaign slogan was “Change Europe”, but do we have a clear vision of what changes we want? As committed Europeans, we can sometimes lose sight of the bigger picture and become lost in the operational detail of the EU. We need to move beyond institutional questions and to get outside of the “Brussels bubble” to examine more clearly our “change agenda”.
This workshop will try to explore how we can promote a Green vision of Europe which is progressive, reformist and would take us towards the sustainable society we all want to see.
Outline of the Balkan Network parallel session at the Zagreb Council, 15-17 May 2015.
More info on the meeting of the Working Group Trade at the Zagreb Council, spring 2015.
The Coordination Group will discuss the current state of play of the Common Climate Campaign and the further initiatives of Member Parties, EGP, Greens/EFA, Global Greens and FYEG on view of the COP21.
In this workshop, the EGP and Greens/EFA Group will present the visuals, tools and plan for the Green Common Climate Campaign in the run-up to the COP21 in Paris. Participants will learn what the Common Climate Campaign has to offer to EGP member parties and can discuss on how to implement the campaign in their country in the best way.
More info on the Foreign Affairs working group meeting at the Spring council in Zagreb, 2015
I believe many improvements have been made by the different Executive Committee. The creation of a new structure in order to have more focused political debates remains a very good step forward in my opinion.
More info on the workshop of the Gender Network at the Spring council 2015 in Zagreb, Croatia.