70 years from the Schuman Declaration, it is high time to reshape Europe beyond the unthinkable!
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As the Corona crisis shows, Europe faces a stark choice: a radical shift to a real political union, a federal union, or the risk of collapsing under the weight of opposing national egoisms. Join us on Zoom on Europe's Day to discuss Europe’s prospects after 70 years of integration. We will have different slots with EU activists, journalists, bloggers, youtubers and Members of the European Parliament.
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About the Event
70 years from the Schuman Declaration
Time to reshape Europe beyond the unthinkable!
15:15 - 15:30 Opening & Short Video on the Schuman Declaration
15:30 - 16:00 The Schuman Declaration and its historical relevance
A conversation with Philippe Le Guen, Outreach Coordinator at Jean Monnet House
16:00 - 17:00 Excuse me, do we speak European?
EU journalists, bloggers and youtubers exchange views on the debate in their countries on Europe’s response to the Corona crisis and Europe’s prospects after 70 years of integration.
Fabien Cazenave (FR, Ouest France), Piotr Maciej Kaczyński (PL, independent journalist), Jon Worth (DE, EU blogger), Eric Jozsef (FR, Libération), EU Supergirl (UK, EU Blogger and artist)
17:00 - 19:00 Reshaping Europe - Debate with Members of the European Parliament
New “federal” tools and resources for relaunching European economy - MEP Sandro Gozi (RE, FR), President of the Union of European Federalists
Reinventing EU solidarity in a federal way - MEP Brando Benifei (S&D, IT)
Saving the European Green Deal - MEP Saskia Bricmont (Greens, BE)
Protecting democracy and rule of law - MEP Moritz Körner (RE, DE)
Re-thinking the Conference on the Future of Europe - MEP Danuta Hübner (EPP, PL)
owards EU federal institutions - MEP Domenec Ruiz Devesa (S&D, ES)
19:00 - 19:15 Closing and launch of 9th of May Declaration
Leonie Martin, President of the Young European Federalists
Pauline Gessant, Vice President of the Union of European Federalists