The EU3D Future of Europe Lectures are held in the ten partner countries by Advisory Board members or other prominent lecturers.
The EU3D Debates on the Future of Europe are held as townhall debates engaging with citizens across Europe.
Ten student/youth debates will be held to discuss project findings and future scenarios with young people across Europe.
On 25 June, University of Konstanz hosted a student event discussing the structure and the topics of the Conference on the Future of Europe and whether it will have an impact on shaping the EU's future.
Pedro Teixeira, author of The Legal History of the European Banking Union, in dialogue with Bent Sofus Tranøy and Klaus Tuori.
Luiss Guido Carli is organising the second EU3D Lecture on the Future of Europe. The lecture will discuss EU’s difficult passage to risk-sharing in financial policy.
Leading experts will share their analyses of the emerging political role of the European Commission in this online panel discussion, organised by Webster University in Vienna. Moderated by EU3D Professor Jozef Bátora.
The conference will bring together experts and stakeholders from policymaking, civil society and academia, as well as a ‘witness panel’ with stakeholders involved in the Brexit negotiations.
EU3D researchers Prof. John Erik Fossum and Prof. Jozef Bátora (eds.) will present their book at the European Governance and Politics Programme (EGPP) seminar series.
John Erik Fossum participated in a panel on Brexit on 30 October 2019. Guri Rosén moderated the debate.
Sir Ivan Rogers, former UK ambassador to the EU held the first EU3D Future of Europe Lecture at the University of Oslo on 18 September 2019.