MEP candidate Anneliese Dodds: What can citizens do to access the EU?

By Amandine Scherrer · 17 October 2013

 This video is part of the Event the Oecumene team organised the 19th of September, 2013: Enacting European citizenship: Citizen's dialogue with MEPs. 

 This part features Anneliese Dodds (Labour MEP candidate for SE England) who adresses the following:

 What can citizens do to access the EU? What rights are supported by the EU? What needs to change to improve dialogue?

Other videos of the event are available here:

Engin Isin Introduction

Keith Taylor (Green MEP for the SE England) Intervention

Antony Hook (Liberal Democrat MEP candidate for SE England) Intervention

Niccolo Milanese and David Kerr interventions

Michael Saward Intervention





About the author

  • Amandine Scherrer

    Communication Manager
    Amadine Scherrer
    Open University
    Amandine Scherrer joined the Oecumene team as Communication Manager in November 2012. Amandine holds a PhD. in International Relations (Sciences-po Paris 2007) and has obtained a post-doctoral... Read more

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