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@cameron-venti
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Is making the EU a champion of green ships a utopia

Gathered around experts, we invite you to discuss the solution to reduce maritime transport impacts on the sea by developing a European green ship industry. In the post-covid context, The EU underlined the necessity to enhance resilience, sovereignty and to re-industrialised Europe. We believe th...
©nico-roicke
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The Future of Europe: building the change we need

It’s a once-in-a-generation opportunity for us to put forward game-changing policy and actively shape our political future. The Greens/EFA Group are kickstarting the democratic process by organising an event with the voices that matter the most: yours.
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Conference on the Future of Europe: A moment for change?

Press briefing - Recent spats over foreign policy, rule of law, climate and migration show the urgent need for reform of how the EU operates. But, will the long-awaited Conference deliver change and be a success?
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Live Webinar: Housing is for all

From Budapest to Barcelona, Greens in local and national government have been working to find long-term solutions to the growing homelessness crisis, often drawing inspiration from pioneering policies from around the world, such as housing first, and calling for a shift in understanding and response...
@nathan-dumlao
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A discussion about men, masculinities and gender equality

What is the role of men in achieving equality and in eradicating gender-based violence in the EU? Join us for a discussion with outspoken feminist men, members of the European Parliament and experts from civil society organisations.
Wind turbines in a field/ CC0 Alex Eckermann
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Safeguarding the renewable energy directive (RED II)

The Renewable Energy Directive has been the EU’s central policy tool to reduce renewable energy costs, boost renewable deployment and create a booming renewable energy industry across Europe.
@ehimetalor-akhere
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Time to step up the EU's response to gender-based violence!

The future of gender equality in Europe is at a turning point. Join us for a discussion with Turkish feminists, members of European Parliament and international human rights experts to learn what can be done to fight the backlash on gender equality in Europe.
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Pre-trial detention in the EU

Pre-trial detention (depriving suspects and accused people of their liberty before the conclusion of a criminal case) is intended to be an exceptional measure, only to be used as necessary and proportionate and in compliance with the presumption of innocence and the right to liberty. We will discuss what the EU can and should do about…
©maria-teneva
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Europe welcomes: The role of municipalities in EU's asylum system

Live Webinar: Join us to discuss experiences of local communities and challenges that should be addressed in future EU asylum policy!
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Are prisons obsolete? From prison reform to prison abolition

“On the whole, people tend to take prisons for granted. It is difficult to imagine life without them. At the same time, there is reluctance to face the realities hidden within them, a fear of thinking about what happens inside them. Thus, the prison is present in our lives and, at the same tim...