32nd Council - Warsaw - Online
32nd Council of the European Green Party: from the health and economic crisis to a resilient Green Recovery
We are excited to welcome you to the 32nd European Green Party Council, co-organised together with the Polish Greens - Partia Zieloni, from 2 - 6 December 2020. Innovating in the reality of our times, you can follow our broadcast online!
2020 has been a uniquely challenging year for all of us. Thus, as we continue to transition towards a safer, healthier and greener future, the European Green Party will continue to take all of the necessary steps to ensure we can keep bringing together our Green family, safely.
The 32nd EGP Council will be for the 2nd time this year a fully online event, broadcasted online from Warsaw and Brussels. You'll be able to join us from wherever you are, to discuss issues such as: how we can work to counter Rule of Law backsliding in Europe; the importance of a Just Transition for the European Green Deal; support for the cultural sector and the future of work in the post-COVID economy; and how we can continue to fight for the human rights of all Europeans. But wherever you are, we're counting on your participation to help build effective solutions, together, for a green recovery!
We look forward to sharing more information with you in the coming weeks. But we already encourage all Green party members and delegates to mark their calendars and join us online from 2 - 6 December 2020, and Green activists and friends to join us online for the Public Conference Day on the 5 December 2020, and ensure you are fully engaged in continuing to build the momentum of the Green Wave on the road towards a more resilient, healthier, and fairer future.
Democracy has been increasingly under threat throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with authoritarian regimes growing bolder in their attacks against democracy, human rights and the freedom of speech.
As the COVID19 vaccination campaign picks up steam across Europe, and the continent begins to overcome the health crisis, new challenges lie ahead of us. How do we collectively build back better, fairer and greener?