Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels - BBC World Service
Thursday 12 November 2015 - 16:32
Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels

How should Europe respond to the migration crisis? Does the Euro have a future? Is it time for Europeans to elect a President of the EU?

As Europe faces some of the greatest crises of modern times, the BBC World Service will be hosting a special event at the Royal Library of Belgium on Tuesday 17th November, providing an opportunity for citizens to put their questions directly to a panel of European politicians and thinkers:


  • Frans Timmermans, the First Vice President of European Commission
  • MEP Roberta Metsola, member of the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee and rapporteur for Asylum and Migration
  • Peter Lundgren, Swedish Democrat MEP, former truck driver and Transport Committee Member
  • The best-selling writer, David van Reybrouck, author of ‘Against Elections’


The event will be in English language, free of charge and refreshments will be provided. It will be recorded for radio broadcast to the BBC World Service’s audience around the world. The event starts at 6pm.

Tickets are FREE but you must register if you would like to be part of the audience.