The Citizens’ Dialogues was an initiative launched in September 2012 to engage you - the public - in EU decision-making processes. This was done by inviting citizens to a series of debates with European Commissioners and other EU decision-makers, such as members of the European Parliament, national, regional and local politicians.
A predecessor to the Conference on the Future of Europe, and later to Citizens’ Panels, its aim was to involve people directly, by letting them have their say about what is happening in the European Union.
Public debates on EU policies
Citizens' Dialogues, in the style of town-hall debates, took place across the EU in the form of question-and-answer sessions. They represented your chance to ask EU politicians questions, make comments and tell them how EU policies affect you.
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Citizens' Dialogues 2019 - present