Sunday, March 7th from 15:00 to 16:30 GMT Please join Bath for Europe for our monthly gathering, which has moved online since the lockdown. We hope you can join us for some casual chat with like-minded pro-Europeans. You don’t need to be local to Bath – all are welcome – but please register in advance … More Monthly Euro Café/Pulse of Europe
Please join Bath for Europe for our February Euro Cafe, an informal monthly on-line gathering. We’ll be chatting about how we think Brexit is going and – as it’s Valentine’s month – things we love about Europe. Please register in advance via this link to join this free event: https://us02web.zoom.us/…/tZItcemrrjorGNGY49JvLhesk30uK…
Join us to raise a glass together, enjoy some festive food and games, see old friends and possibly meet new ones. We’re holding our St Nikolaus Day gathering in lieu of our monthly Pulse of Europe/EUcafe. Traditionally, in German households, St Nikolaus leaves small presents such as chocolate, fruit or coins on the night … More CELEBRATE ST NIKOLAUS DAY (Nikolaustag) with Bath for Europe, Sunday, December 6th from 3pm on Zoom.
Bath for Europe is delighted to welcome back Caroline Voaden, who will be in conversation about her time at the European Parliament. Caroline was the leader of the Liberal Democrat MEPs until January 31st this year. She was one of two Lib Dems, and six MEPs, to represent SW England and Gibraltar after last year’s … More Online event with Caroline Voaden, ‘Life in a Proportional Parliament’, Wednesday 28th October, 18.00 to 19.30
This month’s Pulse of Europe/Euro Cafe will feature guest speaker Ped Asgarian, who will talk about ‘Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet.’ Brexit will have a profound impact on food and farming in the UK, particularly as it coincides with other challenges facing food production including environmental factors and climate change. … More Online Euro Café, Guest Speaker Ped Asgarian, Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet, Sunday 6th September, 2pm
Across the world, nationalism is on the rise. Right-wing populists have taken hold of some of the most powerful countries, including the US, UK, India, Brazil, Italy, and Hungary. The best way to counter them is to renew our confidence in liberal beliefs of freedom and reason. Liberalism is currently fractured and unfashionable – mocked … More Online event with Ian Dunt.‘How to be a Liberal: The six lies of nationalism’, Wednesday 23rd September, 8-9pm. Co-hosted with Cambridge for Europe