Discussion with European Parliament President Roberta Metsola

  • Date: 30 March 18:00 - 20:15
  • Location: Wijnhaven 202

On Thursday, March 30, Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, will visit Leiden University for an open discussion with students on the many challenges of peace, security and democracy in Europe and the world. There will also be a focus on the role that the European Parliament plays in protecting the rights of European citizens, and how the European Parliament ensures to give them a voice to shape our common European future.

The European Parliament is the only European Union institution directly elected by European citizens. It plays a key role in deciding European legislation, guiding policy direction and protecting the EU's fundamental values of freedom and democracy. A year from now, you too will have the chance to vote for the European Parliament and thus help shape the future of the European Union. A visit from President Roberta Metsola is a unique opportunity to learn first-hand what the European Parliament does, what it can do for you, and how you can use your vote to influence politics in the EU and around the world. Sign up now!


Walk-in: from 17:45

Discussion: 18:00-19:30h

Drinks: 19:30-20:15h

Registration only for students Leiden University

Registration is only possible if you are a student at Leiden University. If you are a high school student, college student or otherwise interested, please sign up for the waiting list. You will be notified in time whether there is room for you.

Wijnhaven 202

Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP Den Haag

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