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In this event,  young activists will discuss the content of the book ‘’A European Just Transition for a Better World’’ and the need for a true socially and ecologically just transition.

About the Event

This event is part of the Green European Foundation’s Just Transition transnational project. The project looks into the question of transforming from an extractive to a regenerative economy in a just and equitable way to find the necessary support among the population. It seeks to show that the green family, including GEF in its specific role, is a leading actor in the development of future-proof politics and policies, developed in a sensitive way that keeps in mind local specificities.

The Federation of Young European Greens’ contribution to the book is a chapter outlining the role of young people in the fight for climate justice: from disruption and civil disobedience to institutional paths like climate litigation and lobbying, the youth is pushing for a more radical climate agenda.

This and more will be discussed this evening.


  • Sean Currie, Co-Spokesperson, Federation of Young European Greens
  • Lola Segers, Youth for Climate Belgium


  • 18:30 – 19:30: arrivals. Dinner will be served at 19:00 for the registered participants
  • 19:30 – 21:00: book launch presentation and panel discussion
  • 21:00 – 23:00: chilling and networking with some music



Date and time: 27th October, 18:30-23:00 PM CES

Location: Mundo B, Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

Format: In person discussion, including dinner

Language: English

Registrations: This event will take place in English and is open to registered participants. Please make sure to register in advance via this link


This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Federation of Young European Greens and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The

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