PTPI European Council Meeting, Zoom, 19 September @17hrs CET

Dear PTPI friends and colleagues,

This year, the PTPI European Council Meeting will take place online (via Zoom) on Saturday 17 September,17:00 CET (Central European Time). The Council Meeting did not happen as part of the EU Conference since we did not have representatives from the European office, or the EEC which is why we will host this meeting online. Equally, as the world moves more digitally, and to provide a chance for more people to join the meetings, Zoom may be a more inclusive way forward. 

At this is a meeting we will discuss the future of PTPI following the situation at WHQ. Thus, the meeting is not limited by number of participants per chapter (meaning that everyone is encouraged to participate).  

Please register to attend the European Council Meeting here:  

The proposed Agenda for this Zoom EU Council Meeting will be as follows:

  1. Review and approval of narrative and financial report for 2021(Annual Report for 2021 can be found here
  2. Membership fees (referring to the at-large fees mentioned on the website)
  3. Nominations, or ideas, for the PTPI European Conference 2023
  4. Future of PTPI, a proposal
  5. Other (please send suggestions or topics which you would like to discuss in this meeting).

The meeting will be chaired by PTPI European Administration Office Director-General, Chalks Corriette.

We are also very happy to open the application for nominations for our next PTPI EU Conference 2023. We encourage all chapters to disseminate this information between their chapter members and submit a nomination for this unique opportunity. We know that many members will be happy to visit your city, country and spend time with your chapter members! Deadline for nominations is 1st September 2022. Nomination form is available via this link:

PTPI Europe will soon launch a call for nomination for our European Executive Committee (EEC). You can read more about our roles here: and find a role that would be a good fit for you!

Best regards,

Angel Dimitrievski 

Given that technology plays a large part of our everyday lives, please remember that you can ask the Brussels office questions, 24/7. There are many channels open for you to do this: The Village, Linked-In, Facebook, Whats App, Contact via our website, Instagram, Twitter and if course, email.