FutureLab Europe members have developed five projects that will be rolled out throughout 2017. Touching on European identity, equal opportunities and democratic values, the projects will be implemented on the local level in 11 countries, from Spain to Ukraine. With their trans-European outlook, the projects combine local civic engagement with heartfelt European citizenship. The results will be presented in our September Autumn Conference in Brussels.
Empowering refugee women to tell their stories, the project Letters to Europe – Female Refugees Telling Their Stories touches upon the topics of equal opportunities, European identity, and combatting stereotypes. The tri-national team will reach out to female refugees in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands to share their stories in a book with texts in … Continue reading Letters to Europe – Female Refugees Telling Their Stories
Aiming to foster equal opportunities for young people in Europe, the project Skill Up! will use a series of social entrepreneurship workshops to empower young, vulnerable and marginalised groups in Greece and Norway. Bringing together young asylum seekers and Roma with young professionals that have a strong link to social entrepreneurship, the workshops will aim … Continue reading Skill Up!
28. February 2017
On the occasion of the Maltese presidency in the EU Council, four Maltese journalists have been sent to Brussels to get hold of different Europeans’ views and ideas on Europe. FutureLabbers Marsida Bandilli, Matilda Flemming, Doris Manu and Simona Pronckute offered their take on the EU’s achievements, its challenges and its future, touching upon female leadership, democratic rights, peace and development.
16. January 2017
For its 2017 edition, FutureLab Europe selected 18 bright and committed young Europeans who want to play a role in the future of Europe by implementing a project with a civic impact. Selected participants convened in Brussels from 10 to 13 January 2017 for a 4 days seminar on occasion of the FutureLab Europe Annual Forum, whereby they became official members of FutureLab Europe’s sixth generation.