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Do you want to talk about the European Union’s future? We invite you to the Citizens’ Dialogue at the Vistula University with the participation of EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager.

 

Danish politician Margrethe Vestager is one of the most well-known figures of the European Commission. She demanded billions of euros in overdue taxes from Apple, and concessions to competitors from Google. She accused Mastercard of increasing the card fees, and Gazprom for raising gas prices for several EU member states, including Poland.

                                               Citizens’ Dialogue  with the participation of Commissioner Margrethe Vestager

                              Friday, March 1, 2019, at 15:30 – 17:00, hall 4

                           Vistula University, str. Stokłosy 3, Warsaw

 

The EU policy in the field of competition and equal opportunities will be the topic of the meeting. This issue is very important for companies operating on the EU internal market as well as for consumers – that is, all of us. The shape of the policy and regulations in this area are also crucial for the future of the entire European Union and its position in the changing global economic order.

Each participant of the meeting will be able to:

  • ask a question;
  • submit comments;
  • comment on the impact of EU policies on everyday life;
  • share vision of the future of Europe.

Citizens’ Dialogue is an initiative of the European Commission which aims to stimulate debate on European issues. It is a platform for public opinion exchange, expression of openness to discussion and respect towards the civil society.

Citizens’ Dialogue is a response to the increased demand for high-quality arguments and information about the EU policy. This is particularly important in the context of upcoming European election.

Citizens’ Dialogues have been organized in the EU countries since 2012. So far, over 1,200 of them have been held.

The Vistula University is the host of the Citizens’ Dialogue for the second time. Two years ago, we had a meeting with Cecilia Malmström, the Commissioner for Trade.

The meeting with Margrethe Vestager will be conducted in English with simultaneous translation EN/PL.

We kindly ask you to confirm your participation via ONLINE REGISTRATION until February 26, 2019. Please note that for security reasons, the entry to the site will be possible after presenting an ID card with a photo and passing through a security control point.

REGISTRATION is required.

Please feel invited

    Friday, March 1, 2019, at 15:30 – 17:00, hall 4

  Vistula University, str. Stokłosy 3, Warsaw

 

Margrethe Vestager has been a European Commissioner for Competition since 2014. She previously served as a Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior and a Deputy Prime Minister of Denmark. She was a member of the Folketing in 2001-2014, representing the Danish Social Liberal Party (Radikale Venstre). On the European level, Margrethe Vestager is a part of the liberal ALDE party. As a European Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager is responsible for assessing competition issues and monitoring the market as well as to contribute, where appropriate, to creating jobs and promoting growth.

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