On 24 March 2021, the European Parliament, Council of the European Union (EU) and the European Commission officially launched the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Its multilingual digital platform is now available for European citizens, including young people, authorities at the national, regional and local levels, civil society and other organisations, to contribute.
How can you take part?
Share your ideas, attend or organise an (online) event to discuss the future of culture and creativity in Europe, the Union’s priorities and how to address the challenges we face together.
Have your say on the following topics and more:
- Preserving and promoting Europe’s cultural heritage
- Cultural cooperation and linguistic diversity
- Supporting cultural and creative industries
- Supporting the audio-visual and media sector
Your input will be collected, analysed and published on the platform, furthering the discussions taking place in the European citizens’ panels and plenaries.
A feedback mechanism will ensure your ideas are followed up on with concrete recommendations for EU action.
The final outcome of the Conference will be presented in a report to the Joint Presidency of the Council of the EU.
In spring 2022, the Parliament, Council of the EU and the Commission will then examine how to effectively action its conclusions within their respective competences.