EurActiv Events

Company Description

EurActiv organises stakeholder workshops, conferences and other training events under the EurActiv Institute brand. It also partners with external events as a Media Partner, Knowledge Partner or moderator. All together, EurActiv is organising or associated to well over 100 European policy-related events per year.

EurActiv Stakeholder Workshops

Stakeholder Workshops typically attract approximately 25 high-level participants. They take place in EurActiv’s boardroom or a nearby business hotel and are mostly ‘closed-door’ roundtable lunch debates held under the Chatham House Rule. The discussions are moderated by a EurActiv editor or senior journalist. EurActiv ensures appropriate representation from the Parliament, Commission, industry, civil society and academia.
EurActiv conducts video interviews with panelists around the fringes of the workshop. The compilation clip appears on several days later. 

EurActiv Conferences

EurActiv conferences typically attract 70-100 participants. They take place in the European Parliament, the International Press Centre or a nearby business hotel. Either on-the-record or off-the-record, the debates are hosted and moderated by EurActiv. 
EurActiv ensures appropriate representation from the Parliament, Commission, industry associations, NGOs and corporations. The conference is followed by a networking cocktail. EurActiv videos the conference and conducts interviews with panelists. The compilation clip appears on several days after the event.

Please see below our Events Calendar.

2017 Events Calendar 


Events from this company

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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed free-trade agreement between the European Union and the United States.

The European Commission is reviewing European Waste legislation in line with the EU Resource Efficiency objectives.

With the 2014 – 2020 EU budget agreed, the EU will pass a number of legal documents, including an interinstitutional agreement over how the budget will be spent. This will also include more in-depth analysis on EU’s own resources.

According to the EU Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe, each year in the EU we throw away 2.7 billion tonnes of waste.

While the digital revolution has led to an increase in educational resources via the Internet, European education systems are still unable to integrate ICT in their mainstream practices.

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Opening statement : Aleksander Kwasniewski
, Former President of Poland (1995–2005)

Panel 1 | 14:30 – 16:00
Integration of Ukraine with the European Union – Challenges for Kiev
Invited contributors include:

Sustainable development depends on real commitments and actions, by real people in the real
world – statement from 2002 Johannesburg Earth Summit Declaration. Several voluntary commitments where mentioned at Rio +20 as good practice of industry moving towards improved sustainability.