Tuesday 29 June at 10:00-10:30 (Zoom)
VoteWatch readies a new upgrade to its analytical capabilities: we are now able to compare the behaviour of MEPs while influencing EU legislation with their discourse over social media.
In this first project, we looked at the sentiment projected by MEPs in the online space while speaking about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and compared it with the MEPs’ actual behaviour in the European Parliament. Continue Reading
Wednesday 21 April at 10.00-10.30 (Zoom)
This free executive webinar is for senior EU affairs professionals and campaigners of public and private stakeholders who are involved in shaping EU legislation on the European Green Deal.
We will show what the actual position and level of influence of key MEPs are and which MEPs you need on board in order to build majorities.
You will quickly be able to assess the size of your potential coalition, who your allies are and on whom it makes the most sense to focus in order to optimise your resources and effectiveness. Continue Reading
SAVE THE DATE: 23 April, Brussels
Timing: 12:30 – 13:30
– Prof. Simon Hix Professor of Political Science at the London School of Economics; Co-Founder of VoteWatch Europe
– Susi Dennison, Senior Policy Fellow and Director of the European Power Programme, European Council on Foreign Relations
– Doru Frantescu, Director and Co-Founder, VoteWatch Europe
Karen Massin, CEO Burson Cohn & Wolfe Brussels. Continue Reading
Do you want to express your opinion on the refugee crisis? You think that you have a solution to suggest? VoteWatch Europe and the Institute of Research and Training on European Affairs are organizing a debate in the framework of the project RESTART – Reinventing European Solidarity and Raising Tolerance, which is Funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union, that will give you the opportunity to participate in a discussion that tackles the different issues of the refugee crisis. Continue Reading
A massive political earthquake shook the world this morning, as the majority of UK’s citizens voted in favour of leaving the EU. There is a lot of uncertainty regarding the future relations between the UK and the European Union, as well as the possibility of a domino effect in other EU countries and future internal cohesion of the country (considering the tension in Northern Ireland and Scotland). 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
Registration to the event is closed. Continue Reading
Brussels, 27 February 2015. VoteWatch Europe, the organisation tracking the voting and activity records of the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), has released a special report to shed light on the developments of the first 6 months of the new EP term. The report is based mainly on the roll-call votes in the EP plenary.
VoteWatch Europe finds that the “grand coalition” (EPP-S&D-ALDE) is more frequent in votes in this EP than in the previous two EPs. Continue Reading