28th September to 02nd October
by JCI Europe
The JCI European Know-How Transfer
At the JCI European Know-How Transfer in Brussels, Belgium, JCI members have the opportunity to communicate directly with European Commission officials and Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), thus strengthening personal contacts and increase mutual understanding between politicians and the business community as well as the civil society.
Each year, keynote speakers from the European Commission (EC) as well as high ranking politicians from the European Parliament (EP), explain their views on pressing European issues such as the European Economic Crisis, Youth Unemployment and the agenda of the Commission for this legislature. This year's EUKHT will take place virtually. The Virtual EUKHT will feature a series of online panel discussions with hand-picked speakers and selected topics light of the 2020 theme. For more information, please have a look a at our program pitch for the 2020 Online EC:
Theme of 2020 JCI European Know-How Transfer:
EU in Times of Crisis: Response and Solidarity
The goals of the JCI European Know-How Transfer
The JCI European Know-How Transfer aims at building and strengthening the relationship between JCI and decision-makers in the European Commission (EC) and the European Parliament (EP). Through these connections, we can achieve better mutual understanding and form the basis for future partnerships for positive change. Learning more about mutual challenges and sharing ideas leads to cooperation and mutual understanding.
Main goals of the program include:
• Exchange of experiences, common challenges, positions and requests
• Create mutual understanding
• Promote the European idea
• Reduce prejudices and misunderstandings
• Tighten the network between Members of the European Parliament and JCI members
• Work together on a political theme
If you have any questions concerning your participation do not hesitate to contact AD Lutz at firstname.lastname@example.org or Project Assistant Dan at email@example.com .
Monday - 28 September 2020, to Friday - 02 October 2020
10:00 - 17:00 GMT
European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium