“Towards an open, fair and sustainable Europe in the World” The EU Presidency Project’s slogan is a vision worth fighting for!
We join hands to increase public support for a European Union which puts the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, development cooperation, human rights, and civil society space at the centre of its work.
Behind this project are national and pan-European NGO platforms for development and relief, representing the current and upcoming EU Council Presidencies. FOND (Romania), Fingo (Finland), CROSOL (Croatia), and CONCORD (pan-European) are proud to collaborate for coherent development policies and positive change in Europe.
Romania was presiding the Council of the European Union for the first time from 1 January until 30 June 2019.
Finland’s third EU Presidency period has started on 1 July 2019 and will last until 31 December 2019.
Croatia will preside the European Council from January to June 2020.
CONCORD is the European Confederation for Development and Relief. We shape EU development policies by combining the advocacy expertise of our members throughout Europe. In this sense, CONCORD is EU Presidency Project’s base in Brussels.
Vukovar, 14th and 15th January 2020 FORUM 2020 – an informal network of civil society organisations coordinated by CROSOL – Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity, invites you to the opening event of Croatia’s presidency of the Council of the European...
Croatian citizens believe that the fight against corruption must be the priority of Croatia’s EU Presidency
CROSOL – the Croatian Platform for International Citizen Solidarity, in collaboration with Ipsos Puls, has published the results of a public opinion poll on Croatia’s presidency of the EU Council taking place in the first half of 2020. The research was carried out...
Wellbeing and sustainability over growth – Beyond Growth conference delivers strong recommendations for the EU
Fingo’s main event during Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU brought together experts from different countries to discuss how to transform economic priorities. More than 150 experts from academia, politics, civil society and business gathered in Helsinki on...