Amicale Office and Committee
- President : Denis HUBER
- Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
- Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
- Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
- Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
- Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS
Next Amicale's events
AGORA - Bureau A1.09V
8.30 am to 12.45 pm/ 2 pm to 5.30 pm - Closed on wednesdays from 3.30 pm
(Occasionally closed for work meeting or events organisation)
The activity report and financial report of the Association for 2017 was presented at the Annual General Staff Meeting on 5 June 2018.
The European Parliamentary Association is delighted to invite you to “Free movement of Europeans. And now what?”, a conference debate organised in collaboration with the association New Europeans, that will take place on Wednesday 13 June, starting at 7:30 pm, in the villa of the European Parliamentary Association (76 allée de la Robertsau – 5 minutes’ walk from the EP building).
The aim of the event is to invite reflections on the future of European citizenship and freedom of movement in the wake of Britain's decision to the leave the EU and the rise of nationalism and right wing populism in Europe.
Can freedom of movement rights once granted be taken away? How could widening the notion of EU citizenship underpin integration, social cohesion and economic development in the EU? Where do the main challenges and barriers lie in terms of defending the notion of EU citizenship and Europe as a space of human rights in the future?
We will try to answer these questions with the help of four prestigious guest speakers. They are MEP Claude Moraes, chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, MEP Elmar Brok, member of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs and of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Ms Madeleina Kay, Young European of the Year 2018, and Ms Frédérique Berrod, Professor of EU law at Sciences Po Strasbourg and at the College of Europe in Bruges.
The conference debate will be moderated by Mr Roger Casale, Founder and Secretary General of New Europeans. A substantial part of the debate will be devoted to the discussion between public and panelists.
At the end of the debate, you will be invited for a cocktail in our cellar, where you will have the opportunity to continue to discuss informally.