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Europarat(haus) Hannover

What keeps Europe together?

Dates: 15/05/07
Place: Hannover (Lower Saxony)
Country: Germany
Participants: EU-Citizens, European Information Center (EIZ) Lower Saxony, European Comission Representation, Leibniz-University Hannover
Organizer: City of Hanover, Leibniz University of Hanover, Lower Saxony European Information Centre (EIC), European Commission Representation in Germany
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Europarat(haus) Hannover

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, 1,000 European citizens will be assembling in the city hall of Hanover, capital of Lower Saxony, to discuss European identity and adopt a common “European Declaration”.

Parallel to the informal Council meeting of Ministers for Family Affairs in Bad Pyrmont on 15/16 May 2007, EU citizens from the 27 member states resident in Hanover or other cities in Lower Saxony are assembling at the “Europarat(haus)” in Hanover to discuss: “What keeps Europe together?”.

A common “European Declaration” will be adopted after the discussion.

A “Café Europe” will also be staged, complete with information desk, cultural events, culinary produce and informal conversation.

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