European Citizens' Dialogue
Monday, 10 February 2014 from 14:00 to 17:00 (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
[Update] Tickets are now sold out. You can add your name to the waiting list and if seats become available they will be allocated in order
If you have booked, but can no longer come, or do not need all the seats you have reserved, please release the tickets so that others can take your place.
Even if you cannot attend, you can follow the event online at
This dialogue is one of series the Commission is holding in cities in every EU country, giving ordinary people an opportunity to speak directly to EU politicians about their rights, the kind of Europe they want to live in, and expectations for the future of European Union.
The debates are part of the 2013 European Year of Citizens: an entire year dedicated to your rights as a European citizen.
British Sign Language interpretation of the discussion will be provided.
Everyone is invited to submit their ideas for discussion at the Talk Europe site. The most popular will form the basis of discussion on 10 February.
Please note that the event will be recorded and filmed. See FAQs for further information.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No, there are no ID requirements or age limits.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The Royal Institution is in central London, so it is highly recommended to come by public transport. You can find information about getting to the Royal Institution on their website.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Can I update my registration information?
If you can no longer attend, please inform the organisers so we can reallocate your ticket.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, access will be on the basis of the printed ticket.
What if I don't want to be filmed?
If you do not agree to being filmed/your image being used, you will be given the opportunity to sit in a reserved area. It will be your responsiblity to sit in this area.
When & Where
European Commission Representation in the UK
The European Commission Representation is the UK office of the European Union executive body. It interacts with UK economic, political and social people and organisations to foster a better understanding of EU issues in the UK and a better knowledge in Commission Headquarters of how EU policy affects the UK.