EMI: upcoming German federal elections


EMI : upcoming German Federal elections from a EU perspective

On 18 September, the European Movement International, together with the European Movement Germany, is holding an event in Brussels to discuss the upcoming German federal elections from a European perspective.

Featuring speakers from civil society organisations, political groups and the business sector, this debate aims to look at the German elections in a European context. Which EU-related issues are primarily featured in the German election campaign and in the party programmes? What are the priorities of German voters? How will the result affect businesses and what is the view from Brussels?

Register and see the full programme on EMI website concerning the event about German federal elections

Event Programme

  • 18.00-18.30: Check-in
  • 18.30-18.40: Welcoming words by Rainer Steffens, Director of the Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU
  • 18.40-19.20: Panel discussion – The German federal election in a European context

Bernd Hüttemann, Secretary General, European Movement Germany
Christian Kremer, Deputy Secretary General, EPP
Gabriele Bischoff, President of the Workers’ Group, EESC
Maria Heider, Director EU Affairs, METRO GROUP
Isabell Hoffmann, Project Manager, Europas Zukunft, Bertelsmann Foundation

  • 19.20-19.45: Q&A with the moderator, Petros Fassoulas, Secretary General, European Movement International
  • 19.45: Networking drinks

Event Hashtag: #BTW17EU
This event is supported by the Permanent Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU.

For more information please contact Vanessa Cotterell or visit EMI website.

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