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Jamm Session: EP Elections 2019 – Live Online Dialogue

April 25 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm BST

Join Culture Action Europe on 25 April 2019, from 10.00 to 18.00, online at http://jammart.eu, where we will be bringing together citizens and key EU policy makers, including MEP candidates from all across Europe to discuss such issues as:

  •       Education & Research
  •       European Identities & Values
  •       Labour & Working Conditions
  •       A Sustainable Future

Activators from a range of partner civil society organisations will invigorate each thematic chat room. Does your organisation want to help activate the discussions? Or would you like more information? Get in touch at contact@cultureactioneurope.org.

‘Spotlight Sessions’ will also allow participants to pose their questions directly to MEPs and candidates, who will reply live via videolink, with MEP candidates already confirmed from across the major political party groupings.

Raise your issues and raise your solutions: if your organisation has a manifesto, a petition, an action day – you can highlight this in the Solutions chat room at the end of the day.

With the European Parliament elections approaching in May 2019, it is the crucial moment to exchange on these key issues for the future of Europe – and as the event is online, you can drop in and join in whenever and from wherever you like to contribute to the conversation! Automatic translation will also be available.

Spread the word to encourage your networks to get active and put their burning questions to MEPs!

Registrations for participation are now open at: http://jammart.eu


April 25
10:00 am - 6:00 pm


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