ALDA has co-signed, with other organisations, the Joint Civil Society Declaration so that to create a platform serving not only as a counterpart for the EU institutions, but also to represent citizens and people living in EU; while the public event the Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe, will be held online on February 3rd. The occasion will serve as a space to discuss the role of the Civil Society Organisations, for example, as well as the role of the Conference on the Future of Europe. ALDA General Secretary, Antonella Valmorbida, will also join the event, together with other representatives.
The Conference will focus on how to reconnect people with the European Union and its institutions
The conference on the future of Europe, which should to take place in the near future, involves a great number of Civil Society Organisations, whose expectations are to get further details about what the EU does for them and for all EU citizens as well discussing ad hoc solutions to face future challenges.
In addition, the role of the Civil Society Organisations is fundamental in bringing people together, enabling them to become active players, while designing common goals. Thus, one aspect to be discussed during the Conference should be, as stated in the Declaration, “how to reconnect people with the European Union and its institutions”.
For those who are interested, the Wednesday vent will be held online from 5.00 to 6.30 P.M. CET.
For further information please visit the Civil Society Europe website.