13. September 2018

FutureLab Europe is looking forward to our upcoming photo exhibition and panel debate “Crossing Identities: Diversity and Inclusion in Europe”, taking place on 24 September at 6pm at Atelier 29, Rue Jacques de Lalaing 29, 1000 Brussels.

In the context of the FutureLab Europe 2018 Autumn Conference, the exhibition will showcase the work of the project “Crossed Paths of Europe”. The project aims to highlight similarities and differencies between migrants and local residents across Europe, by asking them to reflect about what Europe means to them and represent it through photography. Brussels is the forth stop for the exhibition, which has already been displayed in Stockholm and Edinburgh, alongside workshops encouraging reflection on European identity and inclusion facilitated by the project’s team.

A panel discussion will be a unique chance to learn more about the motives and ideas behind the project, talking directly to the project’s team members, Emma Thompson and Kawthar Karout. They will be joined by Katharina Bamberg, Junior Policy Analyst from the Migration and Diversity Programme at the European policy Centre (EPC), who will moderate the panel debate, the Espace Femme of the Belgian ASBL Plateforme citoyenne de soutien aux réfugiés, who took part to the project, will also be present to share their experience over a light buffet.