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Why is Roland participating in the Conference on the Future of Europe?  "Because I think Europe is a great project."

Why is Roland participating in the Conference on the Future of Europe? “Because I think Europe is a great project.”

Hamburg (OTS) Why Europe? Why help shape the future? “Because I think Europe is a great project, moving away from nation-states toward unity,” says Roland Jordan. Retired from Frankfurt with other international participants, 4th Citizens Forum “European Union in the World, Migration” in Maastricht as part of Conference on the future of Europe Discuss tomorrow’s Europe.

In a FuturEU video, he explains why he’s participating in the “Futures of Europe Conference” and what he hopes to gain from it.

Alyssa Wegener was also present at the Citizens Forum. The 22-year-old wants to take the future into her own hands. why? Alyssa revealed it to us in the video.

How do citizen forums like Maastricht Forum work? We address this question in our region Explainer videoAbout the Conference on the Future of Europe.

In which Europe do we want to live in the future? – with the The Conference on the Future of Europe, the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission gives you the opportunity to participate in order to discuss Europe’s challenges and priorities together. The FuturEU team publishes the latest news related to the conference, well-established explanatory pieces in multimedia formats for your report. This basic knowledge prepares European participants well for the conference in order to help shape the future of Europe. # the future

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