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Events

Events

Friday 29 January 2021

ECR European Tour: “Europe’s Future. A New Hope”

The ECR Group in the European Parliament launched the European Tour on the Future of the European Union in December 2020. The tour takes the form of a series of live broadcasts from 15 European capitals, in which citizens of our Member States are consulted. The Future of Europe Conference, announced by the President of the Commission, is a challenge for all European political movements that do not share the Federalist vision. The so-called pro-European federalists tell us it is ‘more Europe or no Europe’.

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Tuesday 12 January @7pm

Tribute to Sir Roger Scruton

​You are all invited to follow the event on the Commemoration of Sir Roger Scruton, one of the greatest conservative thinkers.

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Monday 14 December @ 8.30pm

General Kuklinski. The Lonely Mission

We would like to cordially invite you to an online event "General Kuklinski. The Lonely Mission", first in our new series the Forgotten Leaders Who Built our Europe.

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Friday 11 December 2020 @5pm - 7.35pm

Launch of the ECR European Tour: “Europe’s Future. A New Hope”

The future of Europe hangs in the balance. The peoples of Europe want their national democracies to co-operate together in a community of sovereign states; they do not want their countries replaced by a country called Europe. We are facing a crucial moment in European history. The ultimatum presented by the federalists to those of us who believe in national democracy is unacceptable. They tell us it is ‘more Europe or no Europe’. But there is a middle way. It is time to restore the ideal of a Europe that respects the sovereignty of our national democracies. It is time to rebuild our community of European states – a Europe of mutual respect, cooperation and solidarity. It is time for a new hope for Europe.

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Thursday 26 November 2020 @ 2 pm

I thee wed… Centennial anniversary of Poland’s return to the Baltic Sea

Discussion on the significance of the Baltic Sea for European and Polish history and the premiere of two short films by alumni of the Gdynia Film School: 'Sto lat' and 'Pewnego razu nad morzem'.

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Wednesday 16 September

State of the Union Speech by the President of the European Commission

The ECR Group is looking with great interest to the address from Commission President von der Leyen on the State of the European Union on Wednesday morning. The ECR believes that the legislative should now focus on Europe’s economic recovery. However, the European Conservatives and Reformists have always stated that the current health crisis should not be exploited as an opportunity to establish an even more centralised Europe. The ECR opposes centralist Brussels impositions, and believes that the EU should be more flexible and respectful of the prerogatives of the different countries.

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