• Event date 27.04.2022
  • Event time 19:00-20:30

My Europe is an interactive digital series of events that invites its guests to discover Europe.

On 27 April Knut André Sande will take you on a trip to Norway

Knut André Sande is a truly European Norwegian. He is 25 years old and currently living as a law student in Oslo. He was active for several years in the Norwegian pro-European youth association „Europeisk Ungdom“, which campaigns for a united Europe. At the moment he is board member of their European organization, JEF Europe.

Norway is not a member of the European Union. Norwegians rejected accession in 1972 and 1994 in referendums. Nevertheless, the country is very closely linked to the EU not only because of its geographical location, but also through its membership in of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), and its participation in the Schengen area.

Knut’s main focus will be the relationship between EU and Norway. How is the relationship between Norway and the EU developing? Should Norway become an EU member after all?

Besides that, Knut will give us some insights about the “Norwegian Way of Life” and the country’s peculiarities. He will provide us with a Norwegian „starter pack“ – how to survive and succeed in Norway as an EU citizen.

How does the online discussion work technically?

Just click on „Individual registration“ (Einzelanmeldung) or „Group registration“ (Gruppenanmeldung) below and register, then you will immediately receive the access data by e-mail.

On the day of the event, you can join the event a few minutes before it starts. At the online event, you will not be seen or heard in person. Instead, you can enter your questions and comments via keyboard and the moderator will pass the questions on to the speakers. If necessary, the microphones of the guests will also be activated to allow questions directly via audio.

 

 

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