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  • Grassroots for Europe Round Table Webinar: “Women's Role in Democracy and Peace”

    Tuesday, April 16, 2024 at 05:00 PM · Online only [via Zoom] in London, United Kingdom

    Across Europe's elections, women are pushing back against the hard Right.
    Politico.eu warned us on Women’s Day that “For women’s rights, the European Parliament election in June could be a watershed moment - and not in a good way.” In recent years, many of these rights have been taken away or threatened significantly. The stakes are high in the UK as well.
    Women can be the most effective peacemakers and agents of change.

    Drawing on the experience and example of our brilliant panellists, this webinar focusses on mobilising pro-European support for women's rights and agency in the cause of democracy, peace and progressive change - and how pro-Europeans can make a difference in this year's elections, and beyond.

    Our speakers:

    • Gina Miller, active citizen, champion of parliamentary democracy, founder of the True and Fair Party.
    • Helen Maguire BEM, community activist and fundraiser, retired Army officer and peacekeeper, Liberal Democrat candidate.
    • Julie Ward, former MEP (Labour), activist with Another Europe is Possible and other causes.
    • Jane Morrice, co-architect of the Good Friday Agreement, former MLA for Women's Alliance and Deputy Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly,
    • Kati Systä, board member of Young European Federalists (JEF).
  • Erasmus campaign at UEL Docklands campus

    Friday, April 19, 2024 at 12:00 AM · Costa Coffee in London, United Kingdom

    Meet at Costa Coffee on the UEL Docklands Campus at 12 noon to leaflet and discuss with students the campaign to rejoin Erasmus.
    The campus is directly accessed from Cyprus DLR station.

  • Food for Thought

    Saturday, April 20, 2024 at 12:00 PM · The Leather Bottle Pub in London, United Kingdom

    Join us to have a spot of lunch, welcome new members and old, discuss the latest EM campaigns, and help the committee plan for future events in Wandsworth and Merton.

    Limited number of seats, sign up essential. Please e-mail [email protected] no later than the 18 April if you would like to come.

  • Cross the Channel to celebrate 30 years of the Tunnel. May 4

    Saturday, May 04, 2024 at 08:00 AM · 5 rsvps · Calais beach in Calais

    East Kent for Europe is planning to celebrate the 30 year anniversary by reciprocal day return visits through the Channel tunnel. Calais is keen to host groups from Kent on May 4, and we plan to offer Kent hospitality to their groups on May 5. 


    We see this as an opportunity to make a media splash about our cross-Channel links, and highlight the benefits that the Channel tunnel has given us. So are you free to join us on May 4, crossing the Channel by Shuttle,  with posters about those benefits  ?!

    In Calais:

    Large sandy beaches for family picnics

    A nearby skate park, and another for BMX

    A lace museum with fine chronology of fashion

    Musee de Beaux Arts,

    Bleriot memorial site, for views across the channel

    The Dragon – a metal monster to frighten the holiday crowds


    The cheapest way to travel is in a full private car (about £50 each for car of 4 passengers) by the Shuttle. You would need to manage your own booking and have valid passport.

    Notify [email protected] and you might get a free meal !



  • Julian Priestley Memorial Lecture 2024

    Tuesday, May 07, 2024 at 05:45 PM · University College London in London, United Kingdom

    This year's lecture will be given by Annette Dittert, senior correspondent of the German public broadcaster ARD, with the title Britain's future relationship with the EU - a German perspective. The lecture will be chaired by Mike Galsworthy, Chair of the European Movement, and hosted by UCL European Institute.

    The lecture will take place on Tuesday 7 May 2024 at the Gustave Tuck lecture theatre at University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT. Doors will open at 17h45, the event itself will start at 18h and will conclude around 19h30, followed by a reception in the South Cloisters. The lecture will also be streamed online.

    Please RSVP on this page indicating whether you will be attending in person or watching online, so that we can keep you updated about the event.

    To RSVP for either ticket simply CLICK HERE to visit the registration page.