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Virginie Timmerman

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Virginie Timmerman has been a project manager Citizenship and Democracy in Notre Europe - Jacques ...
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Inventing the European policies of tomorrow

on March 19, 2014, 12:47
Synthesis - Virginie Timmerman

25 January 2014, 4 months before the next European elections, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute and the European Movement - France organised the second debate of their cycle “Droit d’inventaire – Droit d’inventer”, in Rouen in the euro-constituency North-West, on the themes democracy, euro, employment and globalisation.

Three major issues were pointed out:

1. Globalisation and citizenship: breathing new ideas into the European dream in order to assert itself towards the other world powers
2. Democracy: explaining the European Union, its project and its institutions
3. Employment and the euro: defining a new European economic model


On this occasion, citizens were able to share their questions and opinions with:

- Karima DELLI, member of the European Parliament
- Thomas FERENCZI, former Brussels correspondent for Le Monde
- Elmire Af GEIJERSTAM, consultant, former representative of Swedish cities and regions with the EU
- Marcel GRIGNARD, deputy general-secretary for CFDT
- Nicolas MAYER ROSSIGNOL, president of the Haute-Normandie Region
- Pierre MENGUY, professor in Le Havre University
- Catherine MORIN-DESAILLY, vice-president of the European Movement - France
- Gilles PARGNEAUX, member of the European Parliament
- Patrick SCHREINER, representative of the Lower Saxony DGB
- Claude TALEB, vice-president of the Haute-Normandie Region


To listen to the podcast of the debate (in French), click here.

To see the pictures, click here.

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