My Life My Say (MLMS) is excited to deliver three upcoming EP cafes around the UK in the next two months.
These Cafes are aimed at young European citizens living in the UK, bringing them together to discuss the importance of the EP elections and to turn out pledges to vote. Participants will also get the opportunity to come to a special APPG Hearing on EU Citizen's Rights on the 19th November and attend MLMS' inaugural Common Futures Forum taking place on the 20th November in Stratford.
The first EP Cafe will take place in West Bromwich, giving young Europeans an opportunity to engage with the European Parliamentary voting process and learn about their voting rights over a free drink. The Cafe is open to ALL young Europeans in the Birmingham/West Brom region who want the opportunity to learn, to share their thoughts, and to feed into research that MLMS is producing in partnership with the London School of Economics. Additionally, all UK citizens who wish to participate and learn more about the EP process and their potential rights and opportunities in Europe bost-Brexit are more than welcome to attend and ask their own questions. Neena Gill, Labour MEP from the Birmingham area, will be speaking and taking questions. All participants will also get the opportunity to come to London for a special parliamentary hearing and for our inaugural Common Futures Forum in November.
Places are limited. To get your free ticket, click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ep-cafe-west-bromwich-tickets-51068956624