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The Spinelli Group is promoting a cycle of meetings in national capitals to present proposals on the main challenges facing the European Union and address the key question of how to relaunch the European political project . This year events are planned in Berlin, Paris, Rome, Vienna and Warsaw. On 7 July the Spinelli Group will be visiting Berlin. On this occasion, the Spinelli Group is inviting...
The Spinelli Group calls on the European Council to take resolute action to address the refugee crisis, by endorsing the Commission's proposal for a European Border and Coast Guard and recasting the Dublin Regulation in a spirit of European solidarity. A review of the governance of the Union is essential in order to provide it with the means to avoid humanitarian crises in the future.
At a time when the EU finds itself in a perfect storm of crises, a bold move is needed to reinvigorate the EU and stave off the risk of disintegration. In order to address the inherent weakness of the EU’s monetary and economic governance, this pamphlet proposes a new treaty for the Eurozone: the Protocol of Frankfurt.
What we need are more democratic and better controlled institutions, an independent budget for the euro area, and an outer circle for those countries reticent about an “ever closer union.”
The Spinelli Group is promoting a cycle of meetings in national capitals to present their proposals on the main challenges facing the European Union. In 2016 events will be held in Rome, The Hague, Paris, Berlin, Vienna and Warsaw. The meetings will also offer the occasion to present the reports being prepared by the Committee for Constitutional Affairs of the European Parliament on the...
The Spinelli Group calls for a European Border and Coast Guard, a Single European Asylum System, a European Intelligence Force and a European Police Agency Free movement of people and the abolition of internal border controls between Member States are one of the European Union’s greatest achievements. They have been instrumental in bringing European peoples together and they underpin the European...
Les réfugiés qui quittent les zones de conflit seraient-ils définitivement condamnés à prendre tous les risques ? Le trafic de papiers et les quelques djihadistes infiltrés dans leurs rangs les condamnent-ils, alors qu'ils sont victimes, à être confondus avec leurs bourreaux ?
19.11.2015 > 16H-17H15@Bozar PAR-DELÀ LES MURS, MOURIR POUR L’EUROPE ? Sia Anagnostopoulou, ministre de l’Education, Grèce François Gemenne, chercheur à Sciences-Po et à l’ULG, Belgique Sylvie Goulard , députée européenne, membre du Groupe Spinelli, France Angélique Kourounis , correspondante en Grèce pour la RTBF, RFI, « le Monde », Grèce Modéré par Isabelle Durant , députée, présidente du...
Sia Anagnostopoulou, ministre de l’Education, Grèce - François Gemenne, chercheur à Sciences-Po - Sylvie Goulard , députée européenne, - Angélique Kourounis, correspondante en Grèce pour la RTBF, RFI, « le Monde », Grèce - Modéré par Isabelle Durant, députée, présidente du Groupe Spinelli

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