Flagship Event

Virtual Strasbourg

Location: Online Webinar
Access: Full and Patron Members Only
Fee for members: 0
Fee for non-members: 250
On the 9th and 10th March 2021, the BritCham organises its 2021 edition of the 'visit' to the European Parliament in Strasbourg during the monthly plenary session, as an opportunity for members of the Chamber to share their European priorities with MEPs and get an overview of the current state of European public policies.

See below for a detailed programme and the names of MEPS confirmed so far:

Session 1: 10:00 – 11:30 EU Digital Agenda - Sponsored by Liberty Global with MEPs:

Alex Agius-Saliba (MT, S&D)
Brando Benifei (IT, S&D)
Damian Boeselager (DE, Greens/EFA)
Ibán Garcia Del Blanco (ES, S&D)
Marcel Kolaja (CZ, Greens/EFA)
Edina Tóth (HU, EPP)
Axel Voss (DE, EPP)

Additional activities:

12:00 - 13:00 Breakout rooms:

Breakout 1: ECON Committee priorities with MEP:
Luděk Niedermayer, Vice-Chair of the ECON Committee (CZ, EPP)

Breakout 2: IMCO Committee priorities with MEP:
Sandro Gozi, Member of the IMCO Committee (FR, RE)

Breakout 3: ITRE Committee priorities with MEP:
Carlos Zorrinho, Member of the ITRE Committee (PT, S&D)

Breakout 4: TRAN Committee priorities sponsored by Cambre Associates with MEPs:
Jan-Christoph Oetjen, Vice-Chair of the TRAN Committee (DE, RE)
Andris Ameriks, Vice-Chair of the TRAN Committee (LV, S&D)

13:00 -14:00 Streaming the voting session of the EP

Session 2: 14:00 - 15.30 European Green Deal - Sponsored by the Cobalt Institute with MEPs:

Paolo Borchia (IT, ID)
Markus Ferber (DE, EPP)
Heidi Hautala (FI, Greens/EFA)
Virginie Joron (FR, ID)
Ville Niinistö (FI, Greens/EFA)

Additional activities:
16:00 – 18:00 Streaming of the EP committee meetings

Session 3: 10:00 – 11:30 Future EU and UK relations Sponsored by Relx with MEPS:

David McAllister (DE, EPP)
Patrick Breyer (DE, Greens/EFA)
Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield (FR, Green/EFA)
Emmanuel Maurel (FR, GUE/NGL)
Morten Petersen (DK, RE)

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