Visit to the European Parliament Liaison Office
26 March 2020 , The Hague

Visit to the European Parliament Liaison Office

IMPORTANT: Sadly, due to the recent developments regarding the COVID-19 virus, our visit to the European Parliament Liaison Office in The Hague will not be able to go ahead as scheduled. The European Parliament has decided that all buidlings related to the European Parliament will remain closed for external visits until the end of May. Therefore, registering for this event is no longer possible. Interested in visiting the lEPLO and hearing about its activities and endeavours? We will be looking into rescheduling our visit to somewhere later this year, so keep an eye out on our website and social media and join us then!

Urios is visiting the European Parliament Liaison Office (EPLO) of the Netherlands on the 26th of March. The EPLO is in The Hague, so join us on a trip to the democratic capital of our nation and learn more about what the European Parliament does and has to offer for citizens of Member States. EPLOs are responsible for the local implementation of institutional communication activities, with the ultimate goal of ensuring that people understand the importance of the European Parliament well enough to engage in the European democratic process. The EPLOs engage with citizens and stakeholders, manage contacts with national, regional and local media, and provide support to Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in the exercise of their official mandates in the Member States.

Sign up below and join us for this educational and fun afternoon!


NOTE: By registering for this event you agree to be present during our visit to the EPLO. You agree that it is only possible to cancel in case of unforeseen circumstances and only before the 24th of March 12 PM. If you do not show up or cancel after the cancellation deadline you will have to pay the cancellation fee of €5,-.


Event info

CityThe Hague
AddressKorte Vijverberg 6, Korte Vijverberg, 2513 AB
Datum26 March 2020
OrganisatorActivities Committee