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200 citizens have been selected randomly again, but in a way that reflects the EU’s diversity. Panels discuss ideas from events across the EU and proposals submitted through the Conference platform and make recommendations to be discussed with EU institutions and other stakeholders. This stockshots illustrates the highlights of the Citizens' panel 4 on the EU in the world/migration.
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