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The venue, Turku City Theatre, is located in the city centre with excellent transport connections. We recommend that you use public transport when visiting Turku, as the city centre is compact and easy to get around on foot. For more information on bus connections, click here.

Turku City Theatre has received the EcoCompass certification. This is proof of the theatre’s commitment to recycling and making more sustainable choices. All of the spaces used by the Europe Forum are accessible. For a more detailed description of accessibility, please click here.

All programmes at Europe Forum are streamed online to make them more accessible. Programmes in Finnish are translated into English.

We work closely with local businesses and strive year by year to reduce the use of printed products, toprevent food waste and to favour sustainable products. By working with local educational institutions, universities and JEF Finland, we offer young people and students opportunities to develop work-life skills, participate in the public debate and set an example of societal impact.

The Europe Forum actively promotes the societally important debate on the secure future of Europe, which is the main theme of this year.

All events organised by Europe Forum are free of charge. The Europe Forum is committed to treating all employees and guests equally, regardless of gender, age, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religion, beliefs, health, disability or other personal characteristics.