Panama papers, Luxleaks and Dieselgate stand for bad governance at the national and EU level. This conference discusses these examples and confronts them with Green responses and alternatives, highlighting the Greens’ ability to catalyse good governance.
In September, GEF, together with Ceratonia Foundation Malta, will organise a conference which will discuss examples of bad governance in Malta and at the EU level and the implications this has for Euro-scepticism and populism. Bad governance examples will be compared with good practices and Green alternatives at the European, national and local levels. The core of the debate will be to highlight where Greens have succeeded in disseminating good practices and how we can continue generating positive impacts on governance.
This public event will gather Green politicians and activists, civil society activists and journalists to discuss these matters while providing a platform for networking among Greens and civil society organisations active in the field.
Registration: Stay tuned!
Date: 09 September 2017