Reserve room "Discussion room | Ground floor"

Reservation form

Basic conditions for room reservation

The EU House premises may be used for organising seminars, conferences, interactive events and events related to issues within the EU competency.

Premises are available only for non-commercial events, no entrance fee is allowed.

Sending an application form to the EU House does not guarantee allocation of premises. The premises can be considered allocated only when a coordinator of the EU House sends a confirmation e-mail to the event organizer stating that the premises for the planned event have been allocated.

Terms of use of the EU House premises (Aspazijas bulv. 28, Riga)

Room has to be reserved at least 7 (seven) days before the event.
Name of the organizer
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20 MB limit.
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Attachments
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Information about the organizer of the event

Name, surname, position
For communication about the application

Information about the event

Room can have maximum of 45 seats
The EU House premises may be used only for organising seminars, conferences, interactive events and events related to issues within the EU competency.

Information on the necessary technical support for the event

Max 1
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Max 1
Max 1
Max 6
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Max 45

The application for premises is reviewed within 5 (five) working days.

Sending an application form to the EU House does not guarantee allocation of premises. The EU House reserve the right to refuse the premises without explanation, if one of the Terms of use of the EU House premises (Aspazijas bulv. 28, Riga) conditions is not observed.

The EU House reserve the right to refuse the premises for the event 3 (three) days before, if events organized by the European Commission Representation or European Parliament Liaison Office and the applicant happen to take place at the same time.

The organizer is responsible for the content of the event, for preparing the hall before the event and arranging it afterwards, for welcoming and seeing-off the public, for the event itself, and for public order during the event.