EUAcademy: Advocating for the public good in the wake of the coronavirus crisis
This training aims at helping those working for the public good across
Europe enhance their understanding of EU decision-making processes and
their influencing skills. This EUAcademy will be set in the context of the
post-pandemic recovery, looking at how the EU has changed and how to
change the EU in the wake of the Corona-crisis.
When & where
Thursday 03 & Friday 04 September 2020
Venue: Holland House & Mundo-b, European Quarter, Brussels
An interactive and practical two-day training drawing from multiple cases on
EU decision-making and influencing with Marc-Olivier Herman (EUChanger &
Oxfam), Joost Mulder (Better Europe) and insiders from the EU institutions.
All those working for a more inclusive and sustainable Europe at national or
EU-level. This training is especially relevant for organisations seeking to
develop or improve their influencing on issues where EU policy and
legislation are key.
We will make sure the training takes place in optimal circumstances with due
respect for all applicable local Coronavirus prevention guidelines.
Price € 350
Lunch and drinks included. Exempt of VAT. Participants travelling to Brussels for the
training will have to support their own travel and accommodation costs. Registration
effective upon receipt of payment; cancellation policy in the registration form. We are able
to offer some pro bono spaces. If the fee is an issue for you and you are a young graduate
with a keen interest in the EU and eager to work for the public interest, send us an email.
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