Citizens' participation in the Conference on the Future of Europe
We would like to hear from you – randomly selected and delegated citizens’ and civil society representatives participating in the Conference on the Future of Europe – your thoughts about your experiences in the European Citizens’ Panels (starting in autumn 2021) and the CoFoE Plenary sessions (to conclude in Spring 2022).
We will ask you 7 questions about your experiences in this transnational democratic process, followed by some questions about you and your identities. It will take around 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Your feedback will be a valuable source to draw lessons from your experiences at the Conference and to learn what went well and what needs improvement in view of similar future democratic events.
Your Voice on the Future of Europe (available in different languages)
Since mid-2019, the EU institutions have been preparing for the start of a two-year “Conference on the Future of Europe”. Its aim is to draft solutions and proposals for the major challenges the EU faces by directly involving citizens.
In order to shape the plans, proposals, and activities related to the Conference and the future of European democracy, we would like to hear your thoughts and ideas on the European Union and its future via your participation in this survey. The results of the survey will be disseminated publicly and shared with the EU institutions.
Do you know what the Conference on the Future of Europe is?
In July 2019, Ursula von der Leyen announced her intention to convene a two-year Conference on the Future of Europe, with the proclaimed aim to involve “citizens, including a significant role for young people, civil society and European institutions as equal partners.” But does actually people know what the Conference is about?