Future of the EU post-2019
Briefing with Prof. Simon Hix
23 November, 9:30 – 10:30 (Brussels)
The European Parliament will hold its elections next year in a very different political context: it will be the first time the UK will not be taking part. Furthermore, the post-elections EP will reflect all the many changes that have occurred in the continental socio-political landscape since 2014, as it will factor in the weakening of some of the traditional forces and the strengthening of emerging challengers
Join us for this special brief with Simon Hix, distinguished professor of political science at the London School of Economics, to discuss the likely scenarios for Europe beyond 2019. Continue Reading
An Analytical Look at the Future of the EU Budget
In the next couple of years, the European Institutions and the Member States are going to be busy debating the next Multiannual Financial Framework, ie the financial programming and budgetary discipline of the seven years period between 2021 and 2028.
This is a fundamental political discussion: by defining in which areas the EU should invest, the MFF is an expression of political priorities as much as a budgetary planning tool. Continue Reading
Berlin based CAPITALS Circle Group (http://www.capitalscirclegroup.com) & Brussels based Think Tank VoteWatch Europe (http://www.votewatch.eu) are very pleased to announce their new strategic cooperation on EU Policy & Public Policy Analysis & Intelligence. The two organizations announced their cooperation on the occasion of the recent CCG Event in Berlin with the topic “Impact + Politics + Prevent + Innovate + Grow. Continue Reading
If you are in Berlin on the 9th of December you cannot miss this Dialogue & Networking Christmas Event organised by CAPITALS Circle Group GmbH.
- Yannis Salavopoulos, Founder & Managing Director, CCG GmbH, Lecturer, SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences
Do you want to better understand how the EU works? Are you looking for a transnational experience? VoteWatch Europe, Global Initiativ’ and l’Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) are organizing a simulation of the European Council that will give you the opportunity to participate in the decision-making process of EU.
What is it about?
The EU Council simulation aims to improve youth understanding of the functioning of EU Council. Continue Reading
VoteWatch Europe, Eyes of Europe and the Institute of European Studies ULB are organising a writing contest on the important issue of European citizenship.
This contest aims at encouraging students to express their opinions, by means of an article, on the level of youth participation in the European decision making process.
The participants are required to propose solutions or ideas on how citizens’ participation can be strengthened in order to minimise the democratic deficit within the European Union (EU). Continue Reading
Still wondering what you will be doing this summer? You can live an exceptional experience by participating in a unique international EU decision-making process simulation.
Become an EU leader for a week and fly to Romania!
Who can apply?
If you live in Belgium, are passionate about EU politics and are a dynamic youngster willing to meet like-minded young Europeans you cannot miss this unique opportunity! Continue Reading
Paid internship – Policy and Communication Assistant
at VoteWatch Europe
VoteWatch Europe is the leading international non-governmental organisation tracking the votes of European politicians and electoral developments across the EU. Since our launch in early 2009, we have achieved outstanding results and have quickly built a very solid reputation. Our analyses are used on a daily basis by thousands of EU decision-makers, stakeholders, researchers and citizens. Continue Reading
Registration to the event is closed. Continue Reading
VoteWatch Europe, the Brussels-based leading organisation monitoring the votes of the EU politicians, is looking for experts with a view to expanding its research and communication capacity.
VoteWatch Europe is a Brussels-based international non-governmental, non-partisan and independent organisation set up to provide better insight into EU politics. The analyses produced by VoteWatch are used on a daily basis by the EU officials, the private stakeholders, the NGOs, the media and the academia. Continue Reading