Yearly Europe House Lecture (The Hague) on EU-Overseas Countries and Territories partnership after 2020. Possibility to register!
Overseas Countries and Territories have traditionally had a close relationship with the EU characterised by reliable access to European Development Funds (EDF) and a special partnership. But all this may change after 2020. Will the OCT-EU relationship intensify or cool down? Will EU law apply to OCTs after 2020?
The OCT-EU partnership after 2020 will be the main theme at the 17 October Europe House Lecture. Among the speakers are:
OCT-Representatives will participate in the panel debate.
Dimitry Kochenov will be the moderator of the evening.
OCTA's vision on post 2020
The 17 October Europe House Lecture offers you a chance to get a glimpse of the vision that the Association of the OCTs (OCTA) will present on the post 2020 partnership at the OCT-EU Forum in Aruba in February 2017. In June 2016, the OCTA have presented a Draft Report on the post 2020 Debate and its implications for OCTs.
Date: 17 October 2016
Time: 19:00 - 22:30
Location: Kneuterdijk Palace (Gothic Hall), Paleisstraat 1, The Hague, The Netherlands
Due to a restricted number of seats, it is necessary to register for the lecture.Montesquieu Institute or the Informatiebureau Europees Parlement