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12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Tietgensgade 65
Copenhagen, København 1704
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GEF will host a session as part of the 6th Congress of the European Green Party in Copenhagen. This session will bring together voices and expertise from politics and civil society to lay bare the flaws and limitations of the current Green Deal and propose the pathways we need to explore to make a Green Deal worthy of its name. 

About the event

In the face of multiple crises – geopolitical, climate and energy, but also the very erosion of Europe’s social fabric by its outdated economic model – what should the Greens bring to the table to ensure that the European Green Deal (EGD) switches to the next gear into a social EGD or EGD 2.0? When the time comes to act the Greens respond. Looking ahead to the 2030 and 2050 European project, how can Greens set the direction to overcome the challenges of a EGD that was designed in a pre-Covid and pre-conflict world, and one that fails to account for key dimensions of wellbeing or care? 


  • Kira Peter Hansen, MEP & Vice President of Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament 
  • Rosa Martínez Rodríguez, former Member of the Spanish Parliament
  • Dirk Holemans, Co-President of the Green European Foundation & Director of Oikos Thinktank 

Moderator: Jamie Kendrick, Editor-In-Chief, Green European Journal 



Date and Time: Friday 2nd December, 1pm

Location: Christianhavn room at the CPH conference centre (Tietgensgade 65, DK-1704 København).

Audience: This session is open to all participants of the 6th Congress of the European Green Party.


This project is organised by the Green European Foundation with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of this event.

Tietgensgade 65
Copenhagen, København 1704

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