The Europe Forum 2021 will be organised on 25-27 August. The preliminary programme features speakers such as Prime Minister Sanna Marin, Commissioner Jutta Urpilainen, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pekka Haavisto, Minister for European Affairs and Ownership Steering Tytti Tuppurainen, Chair of the Finns Party and Member of Parliament Jussi Halla-aho, and Members of the European Parliament Heidi Hautala, Petri Sarvamaa, Eero Heinäluoma and Miapetra Kumpula-Natri.
This year, the public is invited to participate in the Europe Forum online.
The event days are divided into science, economic and political theme days according to their subjects.
Event days for science, economics and politics
The structure of the program and the speakers will be refined to final form during the spring and summer.
The Europe Forum will have four main venues: the foyer of the Turku City Theatre, Radisson Blu Marina Palace hotel, Turku Administrative building, and the Europe Forum virtual platform.
As before, the participation on spot will be limited and invitation-based. The whole programme will be accessible to anyone through live streams online. The public can make comments and ask questions through the chat on the event platform. The discussions will be recorded and can be viewed later via YouTube, among other channels.
The planning and production of the event will adhere to the instructions issued and participant limits imposed by the Finnish Government, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The Europe Forum follows the Clean & Safe Turku principles for a responsible organization of events.
In addition to the actual program of the Europe Forum, the City of Turku is organizing a cultural evening on Wednesday 25 August. It is also possible for program organizers to plan a separate evening program for their own stakeholders.
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