The European Spring is arriving in Paris on the 8th and 9th of June!

The European Spring is arriving in Paris!
After a first meeting in Naples in March and a second in Lisbon in April, DiEM25 and its European political partners will meet in Paris on June 8. You are invited to this 3rd European Spring Meeting!
You can attend the morning and afternoon working sessions, then debate with the personalities attending, and other activists at the early evening public meeting.
Our Coordinating Collective (CC) members, Yanis VaroufakisAgnieszka WiśniewskaPaola Pietrandrea and Lorenzo Marsili, as well as representatives of all European Spring partners, will discuss the progressive agenda that we will present to European citizens at the 2019 European Parliament elections.
We will continue on the June 9 with a meeting between the activists of the various European Spring organisations, to collectively build our transnational activism and find concrete ways to democratise European society.

Let us be many to enrich the exchange of our ideas!

June 8, programme
9h30 – 13h00 : European Spring Council meeting on relations with other movements (in English)
15h00-18h00 : European Spring Council meeting on the programme (in English)
18h30-20h00: public meeting, debate between the European Spring members and all activists (multilingual)
Where:
La Bellevilloise
19-21 Rue Boyer, 75020 Paris
Métro: Gambetta
https://www.labellevilloise.com
June 9, programme
15h00 – 16h00 : opening of the day and exchange of experience between the movements
16h00 – 17h00: workshops (4 themes will be chosen collectively the same day)
17h15 – 19h00 : restitution in general assembly, followed by a convivial moment around a buffet
Where:
Association des Étudiants Protestants de Paris.
4, rue Titon, 75011 Paris
https://www.aeppresidence.fr/
Please reply to this email (info@fr.diem25.org) to confirm your participation for both the 8th and 9th of June.
Activist accommodation contact: info@fr.diem25.org 

 
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