Reactions of the EU Institutions
As early as June 9, 2022, the European Parliament requested the European Council in a to initiate a convention to revise the EU treaties in order to implement the results of the conference. resolution
The European Council took note of the outcome of the conference in a on June 24, 2022. The EU Institutions must ensure effective follow-up to the proposals of the conference, within their respective competences and in accordance with the treaties. conclusion
Report on the final outcome
A year-long journey of the Conference on the Future of Europe brought together Europeans from across the EU. And they came up with proposals for a better EU.
The (opens in new tab) on the final outcome of the Conference, including 49 proposals and 326 measures how to achieve them, was presented to the Presidents of the three institutions on 9 May 2022. report
Some 20,000 ideas were shared on the online platform, 178 recommendations were formulated by the European Citizens' Panels.
European democracy was the topic with most contributions, followed by climate change and the environment.
During a , that took place from 29 April to 30 April at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the Conference Plenary reached a consensus on its final meeting (opens in new tab). They are based on recommendations from the European Citizens’ Panels, the National Citizens’ Panels and events, final draft proposals (opens in new tab) as well as discussions held during the Conference Plenary and Working Group sessions. ideas recorded on the Multilingual Digital Platform
EP Research Service – At A Glance: The Conference on the Future of Europe (20.01.2022)
Process of the Conference on the Future of Europe
of the Conference on the Future of Europe Timeline
Free photos, video and audio material from Parliament#s Multimedia Centre