🇪🇺EUROPE FOR CITIZENS! #HUB & #ThinkTank!

🇪🇺EUROPE FOR CITIZENS! #HUB & #ThinkTank!
🇪🇺POUR QUE L'EUROPE, EN TANT QU’ACTEUR MONDIAL, NE SOIT PAS LOINTAINE DES EUROPÉENS & DES FRANÇAIS!. BIENVENUE, WELCOME, BIENVENIDO, WILLKOMMEN, WELKOM, BENVENUTO, BOAS-VINDAS, WITAJ, VITAJTE... By @MorganeBravo.

2010*50Years of Traineeships at the European Commission*

2010*50Years of Traineeships at the European Commission*
*Founded in 2006. From Paris, France. Fondatrice du "HUB EUROPEAN UNION", Morgane BRAVO* "United in diversity", that's the motto of the EU! *Mieux informer les citoyens UE! « So that Europe, as a global player, is not far from Europeans » * *Ancienne stagiaire (Blue Book) de la Commission Européenne, au Secrétariat Général. Bruxelles. * President & Founder HUB « DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» «DIPLOMATIE NUMERIQUE ». *‪Fondatrice HUB 
‪« DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» : « POLITIQUE & SOCIAL NETWORKING ». *Fondatrice HUB « ECOLOGIE &INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!»* Présidente et Fondatrice du «Think Tank» Europe-Mexique.

*LES PRINCIPALES INSTITUTIONS DE L'UNION EUROPÉENNE*

*LES PRINCIPALES INSTITUTIONS DE L'UNION EUROPÉENNE*
🇪🇺L'EUROPE. « L'Europe ne doit pas être un commentateur du monde. Elle doit en être l'architecte.🕊 La diplomatie européenne doit être une ».

Monday, February 03, 2020

🇪🇺Future EU-UK partnership.



Future EU-UK partnership: European Commission takes first step to launch negotiations with the United Kingdom

"Today, the European Commission has issued a recommendation to the Council to open negotiations on a new partnership with the United Kingdom. This recommendation is based on the existing European Council guidelines and conclusions, as well as on the Political Declaration agreed between the EU and the United Kingdom in October 2019. It includes a comprehensive proposal for negotiating directives, defining the scope and terms of the future partnership that the European Union envisages with the United Kingdom. These directives cover all areas of interest for the negotiations, including trade and economic cooperation, law enforcement and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, foreign policy, security and defence, participation in Union programmes and other thematic areas of cooperation. A dedicated chapter on governance provides an outline for an overall governance framework covering all areas of economic and security cooperation. The Council will have to adopt the draft negotiating directives. This will formally authorise the Commission to open the negotiations as Union negotiator." 

Recommendation for a
COUNCIL DECISION
authorising the opening of negotiations for a new partnership with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
👉https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/communication-annex-negotiating-directives.pdf

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
Founder,
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷🇪🇺
Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
UNION EUROPÉENNE, EUROPEAN UNION, UNION EUROPEA.
🇪🇺CANDIDAT PRIX EUROPCOM 2017:
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷

Fondatrice en 2006, 
 « ECOLOGIE&INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!».


President & Founder
HUB « DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» «DIPLOMATIE NUMERIQUE ».

Friday, January 24, 2020

🇪🇺-UK Withdrawal: Signing Agreement.

@MichelBarnier
@vonderleyen @eucopresident
" Charles Michel and I have just signed the Agreement on the Withdrawal of the UK from the EU, opening the way for its ratification by the European Parliament."
@vonderleyen @eucopresident



Questions and Answers on the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union on 31 January 2020.

The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union on 31 January 2020 at midnight (Brussels time). It will no longer be a Member State of the European Union. This is a decision that the EU regrets but respects.
The EU and the United Kingdom have conducted intensive negotiations to agree on the terms of the UK's withdrawal and create legal certainty once EU law ceases to apply to the UK. Throughout these negotiations, the European Commission has ensured an inclusive process, with regular meetings of the 27 EU Member States, as well as with the European Parliament and national parliaments. Additional input from EU consultative bodies and stakeholders has helped the European Commission gather evidence in the process. Unprecedented transparency was ensured throughout, as the European Commission published negotiating documents, and all other relevant documents on its website.
The result of the negotiations is the Agreement on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community. It was today formally signed by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will sign the Agreement today in the United Kingdom.
This is one of the last steps in the ratification process of the Withdrawal Agreement, which will be concluded by the Council on 30 January, after the European Parliament's consent on 29 January.
What happens on 1 February 2020?
When the United Kingdom leaves the European Union on 31 January 2020, after full ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement, we will enter into the transition period. This time-limited period was agreed as part of the Withdrawal Agreement and will last until at least 31 December 2020. Until then, it will be business as usual for citizens, consumers, businesses, investors, students and researchers in both the EU and the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom will no longer be represented in the EU institutions, agencies, bodies and offices but EU law will still apply in the United Kingdom until the end of the transition period.
The EU and the United Kingdom will use these months to agree on a new and fair partnership for the future, based on the Political Declaration agreed between the EU and the United Kingdom in October 2019.
The Commission will adopt comprehensive draft negotiating directives on 3 February. It will then be for the General Affairs Council to adopt this mandate. Formal negotiations with the United Kingdom can then begin.
As for the structure of the negotiations, this will be agreed between the EU and the United Kingdom.
👉https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/QANDA_20_104

A SUIVRE..!

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
Founder,
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷🇪🇺
Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
UNION EUROPÉENNE, EUROPEAN UNION, UNION EUROPEA.
🇪🇺CANDIDAT PRIX EUROPCOM 2017:
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷

Fondatrice en 2006, 
 « ECOLOGIE&INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!».


President & Founder
HUB « DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» «DIPLOMATIE NUMERIQUE ».

Thursday, December 19, 2019

🇫🇷All Best of : ParisPeaceForum.

The second edition of the . 
Crédit Photos©MorganeBRAVO


@MorganeBravo

33 Heads of State and Government, delegations from 140 countries, 7000 participants, 114 projects, 80 panels.


Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of the OIF.


The Opening Ceremony of .

 M. António Guterres, Secrétaire général de l’ONU. 

The President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, as well as 30 Heads of State present.
Tune in to see President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Félix Tshisekedi, President of the European Commission Ursula Von der Leyen and Vice President of the People's Republic of China, kick off the opening speeches of the Forum!

Emmanuel Macron, Ursula von der Leyen, Wang Qishan, and Félix Tshisekedi are kicking off the first day of !

Meeting of the Alliance for Multilateralism.

The Alliance for Multilateralism is a network of Foreign Ministers committed to promoting a law-based international order. The Alliance meeting on digital governance aims to foster the necessary dialogue between states, relevant international organizations, businesses, and civil society. The development of digital technology has a wide array of consequences in the economic and technological fields but also in the social and political fields. This meeting will highlight concrete initiatives.

Rise of the south: towards a more balanced global governance system.

Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of the OIF

- Mo Ibrahim, Founder & Chair of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation - Mohan Kumar, Chairman of RIS - Paul Biya, President of Cameroon - Hor Namhong, Deputy Prime Minister - HE Hossam Zaki, Assistant Secretary General and Chief of Staff of the League of Arab States. Over the years, Global South countries have requested several reforms to the existing multilateral system, to no avail. South-South platforms have therefore developed and strengthened. However, our globalized world such as ours, Southern challenges are in fact global and shared. How can we build a more inclusive architecture and update and strengthen the North-South dialogue and partnership?





FINAL REPORT "ADVANCING CYBERSTABILITY".

Launch of the OECD Observatory of Civic Space – Paris Peace Forum

Remarks by Angel Gurría OECD Secretary-General

"Chers membres du Panel, Mesdames et Messieurs,

C'est avec un très grand plaisir que je reviens cette année au Forum de Paris sur la Paix, avec lequel l’OCDE a établi un partenariat étroit. D’ailleurs, les projets que nous présentons lors de cette édition en témoignent.

Je souhaiterais tout d’abord remercier chaleureusement les organisateurs du Forum, qui nous permettent chaque année de nous rassembler et d’échanger sur les idées et les meilleures pratiques pour soutenir une croissance inclusive et durable, et consolider la paix et la stabilité internationale.

Ce Forum a été créé pour accélérer la réforme de la gouvernance internationale afin de mieux répondre aux défis mondiaux contemporains. Dans cette perspective, la France et l’OCDE sont des alliées. La solution à laquelle nous croyons, et pour laquelle nous travaillons chaque jour, est celle d’une gouvernance multilatérale et inclusive. Dans un monde intégré et interdépendant, on ne peut pas séparer nos réalités, on ne peut pas s’isoler dans une autodétermination artificielle. Au contraire, nous devons mélanger nos intelligences, nos solutions et nos efforts pour progresser ensemble!

Aujourd’hui nous avons besoin de politiques publiques co-élaborées avec les gouvernements nationaux et locaux, mais aussi avec les citoyens et la société civile : des politiques publiques plus inclusives et plus pertinentes. Il faut que chaque individu ait le droit de s’exprimer librement, de s’organiser et de se mobiliser. Cela requiert un espace civique fort et protégé.

Il est indéniable qu’aujourd’hui, nos ambitions se heurtent à une réalité alarmante. Selon l’association CIVICUS , cet espace civique est mis en péril dans 111 pays à travers le monde. Les citoyens sont trop souvent limités dans l’exercice de leurs libertés fondamentales malgré leur volonté de participer à la vie publique.

Nous observons trop de pratiques restrictives : que ce soit pour le financement des associations, l’accès à internet et aux réseaux sociaux, ou encore le droit de manifester. Puisque les citoyens ont souvent l’impression que leur voix ne compte pas, le résultat est là : seuls 43% des citoyens des pays membres de l’OCDE déclarent faire confiance à leur gouvernement.

Pourtant, selon l’Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index de 2018, même si l’espace civique est menacé, la participation politique s’améliore en moyenne. C’est même la seule catégorie de l'indice de 2018 à afficher des résultats positifs. Ceci nous prouve que les citoyens sont de plus en plus intéressés à jouer un rôle actif dans la vie publique de leurs pays, particulièrement avec l’importance grandissante des réseaux sociaux qui facilitent l’activisme citoyen.

Protéger, promouvoir, et renforcer cet espace civique et l’espace de dialogue est l’une des responsabilités principales des gouvernements et des organisations internationales. Et c’est précisément la raison pour laquelle l’OCDE est fière de lancer son Observatoire sur l’Espace Civique.

Through this Observatory, the OECD will collect data on governments’ role in establishing an environment where citizens actively participate in the design and implementation of public policies that meet their needs. On a regular basis, the Observatory will produce a Global Report on Civic Space that will highlight key trends and make recommendations to effectively promote and protect civic space, and support the implementation of the OECD Recommendation on Open Government.

In addition, the OECD will carry out Civic Space Scans, which will provide countries with a thorough assessment of their legal, institutional, policy and implementation frameworks, and how these favour or impede civic space.

Finally, the OECD Observatory of Civic Space will serve as a platform for stronger dialogue and exchange between key stakeholders of the civil society and governments. We will organise regular conferences and roundtables to take stock of international trends related to civic space and discuss the findings of the Global Report on Civic Space.

This initiative stems from a long tradition at the OECD of engaging with civil society across multiple policy areas, from responsible business conduct, to taxation and development assistance.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

“The health of a democratic society may be measured by the quality of functions performed by private citizens.” These words of Alexis de Tocqueville remind us of the critical role of each citizen, the crucial contribution of the people, and the strategic relevance of civic engagement in the construction of a nation.

This is why we decided to launch the OECD Observatory of Civic Space, an international platform that will facilitate an informed and evidence-driven discussion to promote and protect civic space.

I want to thank Open Society Foundations, Ford Foundation, and the government of Finland for their valuable support to this initiative.

Let’s keep working together to turn the civic space into a formidable engine of a more inclusive, more sustainable and a more democratic society, and to design, develop and deliver, better policies for better lives.  Thank you."

We are looking forward to seeing you next year on 11-13 November!





« Engager l’Agenda  »!
Digital Diplomacy.



Closing Ceremony of the Second Paris Peace Forum.






🌿 Cérémonie de clôture du ! Avec .

🌿 Cérémonie de clôture du ! Avec .

Félicitations, un succès...
👏👏👏
A 2020!

@MorganeBravo 
Former trainee (Blue Book) of the European Commission, 
at the General Secretariat in Brussels. 
Founder,
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷🇪🇺
Fondatrice du HUB (2006)
UNION EUROPÉENNE, EUROPEAN UNION, UNION EUROPEA.
🇪🇺CANDIDAT PRIX EUROPCOM 2017:
"THE HUB EUROPEAN UNION"🇫🇷

Fondatrice en 2006, 
 « ECOLOGIE&INNOVATION : DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE DU XXIE SIÈCLE!».


President & Founder
HUB « DIGITAL DIPLOMACY» «DIPLOMATIE NUMERIQUE ».