On 10 September 2016 about 2000 citizens from 22 European countries will participate in the first Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe. In the course of the day, citizens will have the opportunity to learn, debate, have their say and participate by suggesting priorities on all aspects of current and future space programmes. This consultation on an unprecedented scale will take place simultaneously in all 22 Member States of the European Space Agency (ESA).
Approximately 100 citizens per Member State will be gathered at various locations. Those selected will be as representative as possible of the population of their country according to socio-demographic criteria. The results of the consultation will be collated – as early as 48 hours after the debate takes place – and communicated to ESA.
The Citizens’ Debate on Space for Europe is a major first – never before has the future of space activities been addressed in such an event held across so many countries.
For more information, and to apply to take part in the debate, visit http://www.citizensdebate.space
Citizens’ debate 2016: ESA Director General Jan Woerner’s Welcome (German)
Citizens’ debate 2016: ESA Director General Jan Woerner’s Welcome (Italian)
Citizens’ debate 2016: ESA Director General Jan Woerner’s Welcome (Greek)
Meet ESA, the space agency for Europe
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