European Convention may refer to:
- The European Convention (child abduction)
- The European Convention on Human Rights, a human rights treaty.
- The European Convention (1999-2000) which drafted the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
- The Convention on the Future of Europe which drafted the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe
- In general usage, a new "European Convention" can be called to draft a new EU treaty, uniquely composed of national EU governments, national MPs, MEPs and the European Commission.
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Famous quotes containing the words convention and/or european:
“By convention there is color, by convention sweetness, by
convention bitterness, but in reality there are atoms and space.”
—Democritus (c. 460400 B.C.)
“England is nothing but the last ward of the European madhouse, and quite possibly it will prove to be the ward for particularly violent cases.”
—Leon Trotsky (18791940)