Convention on the Future of Europe
Convention sur l'avenir de l'Europe
Convención sobre el Futuro de Europa
Konvent zur Zukuft Europas
Convenção sobre o Futuro da Europa
Convenzione sull'Avvenire dell'Europa
Europese Conventie over de Toekomst van Europe
Konvent om Europas Framtid
15 Dec 2001, Brussels (Belgium), following signature of Laeken Declaration, by the Heads of State and Government of European Union (EU) meeting as European Council. Inaugural meeting 1 Mar 2002. Also referred to as European Convention -- Convention européenne -- Convención Europea -- Europäischer Konvent -- Convenção Europeia -- Convenzione europea -- Europese Conventie -- Europeiska Konventets -- Europaeiske Konvent -- Eurooppa Valmistelukunta. Work completed 10 July 2003.
Revise and clarify the current structure for deciding European Union policies so as to enable European governments to meet increasing political challenges, particularly in the areas of asylum and immigration, international organized crime, terrorism, racism and xenophobia.Available with paid subscription only.
Convention met, 6 June 2002, to discuss Cooperation in the Field of Justice and Home Affairs (CJHA) and the creation of an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ). Working Group on JHA, set up by the Praesidium, commenced operations Sep 2002. Revision to text of Part One of the Treaty, 13 June 2003, a reference to the protection of children's rights in the international and external actions of the Union. Set up draft United Economic Space (UES).
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