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EU Days Lund

14–15 of November 2023

EU Days 14–15th of November 2023

EU Days Lund is a yearly open forum for dialogue and exchange of ideas concerning the future of Europe and Sweden. This year’s forum takes place on 14–15 November in Lund City Hall.

Welcome to EU Days Lund

During the EU Days Lund representatives from the public sector, industry, academia and EU institutions come together with students and the general public to network and exchange insights. This year common societal challenges in Europe will be discussed in terms of how they affect society and business in Skåne and wider in Sweden, but also in relation to how we contribute to the future of Europe.

EU Days Lund 2023 is organised by the City of Lund, Lund University, the European Commission Representation in Sweden and Europe Direct Lund in collaboration with several co-organisers.

Folkliv framför Lunds stadshall som lyser varmt en sommarkväll
Lund City Hall

This year the following themes will be highlighted:

  • Climate neutral continent 2050 – a sustainable and competitive Europe
  • A resilient Europe
  • Sweden in the EU
  • Lund Innovation District

Participation is free of charge, but you must deregister if you are unable to attend, otherwise a no-show fee of 300 SEK will be deducted.

Program and speakers for November 14. The program is continuously updated.

Program and speakers for November 15. The program is continuously updated.

Keynote Speakers from the program

Connie Hedegaard, Former European Commissioner and Minister in Denmark
Lars Danielsson i mörk kostym.

Lars Danielsson, Former Permanent Representative of Sweden to the EU and former State Secretary.


The conference and program are carried out in cooperation with the following partners:

European Parliament, Sieps, Centre for European Studies, Mobile Heights, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and National Board of Trade.

 City centre of Lund photographed from above.

About Lund

In Lund, the vision "Lund creates the future - with knowledge, innovation and openness" runs as a common thread through everything we do. Universities and municipalities, research and development, business and society collaborate here.

Past, present and future

The City of Lund has 127 000 inhabitants and as part of the Öresund region – one of the strongest regions in Europe with four million inhabitants. In Lund, past, present and future meet.

street in Lund with old brick houses.
Lunds domkyrka sett från höjd med Lunds stadskärna som breder ut sig.

Europe's most creative and cultural city

One of the city's foremost flagships is Lund University, which was founded in 1666 and has for several years been ranked around the 100 best universities in the world. With its 44,000 students, the university influences Lund's cityscape and culture, and the city is home to several festivals and recurring events. According to the European Commission's report "The Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor", Lund has been named Europe's most creative and cultural city in its size.

Beautiful backyards and squares

The medieval city center in Lund invites to pleasant shopping along lovely streets with taverns, cozy cafes, award-winning restaurants and unique shops with a local touch on both raw materials and product offerings. The environment is characterized by pleasant pedestrian streets, beautiful backyards and squares. Within walking distance, other exciting places to visit such as the iconic and magnificent Cathedral, The Museum of Sketches- which houses the world's largest collection of sketches, models and models of public art - and the stately University Library await. Lund offers a beautiful street scene with lots of picturesque environments that is an experience in itself when you stroll around the city between hotels, arenas and meeting facilities.


Do you have questions or want to get in touch? Send us an email or give us a call.
E-mail: euday@lund.se
Phone: + 46 46 359 36 24


EU-days logotyp
Logotypes from City of Lund, Lunds University, European Commission and Europe Direcrt Lund.

Guide to Lund

Coming to Lund is easy, either by train, bus or car. Even if you choose to arrive by plane, Lund is easily accessible with two airports within 40 minutes - Malmö Airport and Copenhagen Airport.

Here you'll find the cozy shopping streets, the food street and all the museums. But Lund is also scenic expanses and a day hike can easily be combined with city life. In short, there is a lot to explore in Lund. What not to miss? Check out our guides to find the ideas!

Stay the night and get to know Lund. With over 1,600 hotel rooms to choose from, there’s something for all tastes and wallets. If you want that “home away from home” feeling there are lots of charming bed and breakfasts, both in central Lund and in the surrounding countryside.


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