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Webinar: Legal advice on drafting a European Citizens’ Initiative

May 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Are you considering starting a European Citizens’ Initiative? Or are you already in the process of preparing your initiative?

Then the webinar ‘Legal advice on drafting a European Citizens’ Initiative’ is for you. Taking place on May 28th, it will focus on the legal requirements related to the European Citizens’ Initiative and offer you practical advice on the necessary steps and conditions for registering an initiative.

The webinar will build on the two-year experience of the ‘Seek Advice’ section of the European Citizens’ Initiative Forum by addressing the most common questions received and the most common mistakes to be avoided in the registration phase. It will provide participants with legal guidance on the process. The experts will also give participants a brief insight on the key aspects of the new European Citizens’ Initiative regulation which came into effect as of January 2020.

The speaker at the webinar will be Alicja Klosok, who is a legal expert and part of the team working on the ‘Seek Advice‘ service of the European Citizens’ Initiative Forum. She is an associate in the Brussels antitrust, competition and trade group of Freshfield Bruckhaus Deringer. Moderator will be Flavio Grazian, ECAS Participatory Democracy Manager.

Time: May 28th, 12:30 – 13:30

Registration: To register, please send an email indicating your first name, surname, and organisation (optional), at the following email address: ECIforum@ecas.org

The webinar will be hosted on the WebEx platform. After sending your email, you will receive the WebEx invitation that will allow you to join the webinar on 28 May.

Privacy policy: Please read the applicable privacy statement for this online event. By sending your personal data for registration at the event you give the European Commission the consent for the processing of your personal data in accordance with this privacy statement

You can visit the European Citizens’ Initiative Forum here.