21. September 2017

The theatre play ‘refugee (woman) :)’ took place in Brussels

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After a successful premiere in Berlin, the team behind FutureLab Europe’s project Letters to Europe – female refugees telling their stories brought the book “Letters to Europe – refugee women write” and the theatre performance “refugee (woman) : )” to Brussels.

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21. September 2017

Europe@debate: Promoting European identity through active citizenship: How and what for? – 21 September 2017

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On Thursday 21 September 2017, in the Auditorium of the European Policy Centre (EPC), 14-16 Rue du Trône, 1000 Brussels, the members of FutureLab Europe engaged in a discussion with Alessandro Giordani, Deputy Head of Unit, Citizens’ Dialogues, DG Communication, European Commission, Andrew Bradley, Director, International IDEA – EU office and Pieyre-Alexandre Anglade, Member of the French Parliament, La République En Marche on occasion of the public conference Europe@debate: Promoting European identity through active citizenship: How and what for?.

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16. September 2017

The premiere of the theatre play ‘refugee (woman) :)’ took place in Berlin

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The team behind FutureLab Europe’s project Letters to Europe – female refugees telling their stories organised an event full of surprises and emotions for the official launch of the book “Letters to Europe – refugee women write” and the premiere of the theatre performance “refugee (woman) : )” based on the stories of female refugees collected in the book.

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24. June 2017

Workshop “Futures of Europe!” in Copenhagen!

Copenhagen_events smallOn Saturday, 24 June, 2017, from 13:00–17:30, our project Futures of Europe will hold its second workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. The workshop will take place at Litteraturhuset ved Vandkunsten. With negative headlines about our present dominating the news, FutureLab Europe members Louise Abildgaard, Simon Höher and Moritz Borchardt encourage their fellow citizens to look beyond the immediate horizon and picture a positive future of Copenhagen and the European environment it is embedded in.

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