The final events for the project were held in Brussels, Belgium, between 1st and 3rd February 2012.
They consisted of a Public Hearing held at the European Parliament, a Workshop and a Policy Dialogue. The latter two events were co-organised with the European Policy Centre (EPC) and were held at the premises of the EPC.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PUBLIC HEARING 'ONE YEAR REFLECTION ON THE UPRISING IN EGYPT: ASSUMPTIONS AND CHALLENGES IN EU DEMOCRACY PROMOTION EFFORTS':
2nd FEBRUARY WORKSHOP 'ONE YEAR ON FROM THE ARAB SPRING: DECONSTRUCTING PAST MYTHS AND THE ROLE OF THE EU':
Invitation: 2nd Feb Workshop Invitation
Final Programme (Michael Emerson and Amr Elshobaki did not make it to the event. Amr Elshobaki was replaced by Hazem Kandil): 2nd Feb Workshop Programme
The workshop was held under Chatham House rules. Therefore, unfortunately, it will not be possible to publish a report of its proceedings.
More information on the event can also be found here: click.
3rd FEBRUARY POLICY DIALOGUE 'THE IMPACT OF THE ARAB SPRING ON PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST - IMPLICATIONS FOR PALESTINE':
The 2nd February Workshop and the 3rd February Policy Dialogue were also covered by the International Security Information Service (ISIS) Europe. Their blog can be accessed from here: click.
A related link to the 3rd February Policy Dialogue can be found at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace website, available here.
PICTURES FROM THE THREE EVENTS CAN BE FOUND AT Photo Gallery.