Politics for the future
Our project for the regional elections 2021
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Latest news :
Employment and training in the region
During our last open-microphone session, we discussed the implications of Covid on employment and training - key topics of regional policy in the Hauts-de-France. Read more… (article in French)
Culture during the health crisis
In our second open-microphone session, we discussed the implications of Covid on the cultural sector and its situation in general and in the long term in the face of competition from GAFAM. Read more… (article in French)
The economic policy of the region
In our first open discussion, we discussed several facets of the region's economic policy and how they might be affected by Covid in the future. Read more… (artcile in French)
Public security : Step by step towards a dytopia
The extension of the "public security" law and the collection of religious, political and health data removes yet another stone from the foundation of our democracy and the principles on which our republic is built. Read more... (Publication in French)
Dunkerque : Gone with the wind
After the region declared in its last SRADDET, that no more onshore wind turbines will be installed in the Hauts-de-France, we must be creative to further increase our share of renewable energies. Read more… (publication in French)
Lille-Lesquin : more flights or reduced emissions?
Lille-Lesquin airport is planning a major modernisation, which includes not only bringing the airport into compliance with regulatory standards, but also aims to significantly increase the airport's capacity from the current 2.19 million passengers per year to 3.9 million passengers in 2039. Read more… (publication in French)
Lille-Lomme - Preconfiguration of a Marina at the water station
Alongside the city of Lille, the metropolis is undertaking the requalification of the Lille-Lomme water terminal, located in the Bois-Blancs district, close to the EuraTechnologies site. The floor is yours - until 1 December!
Modernisation of Lille-Lesquin airport
The Aéroport de Lille SAS consortium, comprising Eiffage Concessions and Aéroport de Marseille, has been the operator of Lille Airport since 1 January 2020. As such, SMALIM has entrusted it with the task of carrying out the airport's modernisation project. You can give your opinion until 4 December!
Wind and Sea Park at Dunkirk
This public debate concerns the offshore wind farm project off the coast of Dunkirk. The park would be installed on an area of 50 km², more than 10 km from the coast, and would include a maximum of 46 wind turbines for a maximum capacity of 600 MW. Give your opinion until 20 December!