The mission of Europe’s People’s Forum (EPF) is to strengthen European democracy between the elections by serving as a permanent platform where citizens and civil society are engaged to discuss and develop their visions for European policies and decision making.
The outgoing President and Founder Niels Jørgen Thøgersen celebrated that EPF's ideas and strategy are reflected in all documents from the EP, the EC and the Council. 1/07/2020 See the video below
The Council proposes a joint management with the EC and EP. And that citizens will be heard through online platform, national and European representative panels or Agoras as the European Parliament suggests.
EPF is an active partner in this 18 months project, co-financed by the Europe for Citizens programme.
New article by Alexander Viehmeier
The partners of Europe's People's Forum have proposed the Horizon 2020 to engage citizens in the green deal solutions through local, national and European forums as well as online
This methodology has been gradually developed after EPF's talks with the EP, the EC and the Council. The updated methodology is how we currently see a possible compromise between the wishes form the European institutions and a solid coherent methodology. The latest EPF methodology has also been reviewed by our methodology advisory board before being published.
Austria: KAIROS | Belgium: Particitiz | Bulgaria: Applied Research and Communications Fund |Croatia: Odraz - Sustainable Community Development| Cyprus: KEY – Association in Culture and Youth |Czech Republic: Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic – TC CAS |Denmark: Danish Board of Technology | Estonia: Eesti People to People |Finland: DEMOS Helsinki |France: Parlement & Citoyens Make.org Centre international de formation Européen - CIFE |Germany: NEXUS Institute & Technical University Berlin Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie - KIT|Greece: Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy - ELIAMEP | Hungary: Green Dependent Intezet Nonprofit Kft |Ireland: The Institute for Future Media and Journalism |Italy: University of SASSARI |Latvia: Kurzernes NVO Center |Lithuania: Lithuanian College of Democracy Global Lithuanian Leaders |Luxembourg: |Malta: University of Malta |Netherlands: University of Twente Wageningen Economic Research| Portugal: Forum dos Cidadãos |Romania: Asociatia Institutul de Prospecti | Slovakia Slovak Academy of Sciences | Slovenia: Institute for Electronic Participation INePA |Sweden: Edward Andersson
Dr Jane Suiter, Director Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo).
Prof. Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel, Berlin University of Technology, Director Nexus Institute.
Professor Ph.D. Min Reuchamps, Université catholique de Louvain, Coordinator Methodology Unit G1000, Belgium.
Stephen Boucher, MA Public Administration, Founder Dreamocracy.
Bjørn Bedsted, MA Social Anthropology, Deputy Director Danish Board of Technology.”
Verena Ringler, MA Political Science, Director of European Commons, Austria.
DENMARK: Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, Lene Espersen, Jeppe Kofod, Martin Lidegaard, Mogens Lykketoft, Per Stig Møller, Holger K. Nielsen. Kjeld Olesen & Villy Søvndal
FINLAND: Pär Stenbäck & Alexander Stubb.
ITALY: Sandro Gozi.
POLAND: Radosław Tomasz Sikorski.
PORTUGAL: Margarida Marquez.
THE NETHERLANDS: Laurens Jan Brinkhorst.