FutureLab Europe regularly co-operates with media outlets. Thanks to its successful partnerships, German readers of the newspapers Süddeutsche and Handelsblatt were directly presented with the perspective of young people from Greece, while the European readers of EUobserver and EurActiv heard voices from the member states. Such horizontal, cross-country links and vertical, bottom-up connections, are the basis for a pan-European dialogue and strengthen mutual understanding, fostering a sense of shared European identity. This section contains FutureLab Europe’s cooperation with media.
28. February 2017
FutureLab Europe members Marsida Bandilli, Matilda Flemming, Doris Manu and Simona Pronckute were interviewed by Malta’s multimedia project Beehive Malta 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.
29. November 2016
FutureLab Europe’s Europe@debate ‘What role for young people in protecting democracy in Europe?’ was covered by ANSA and eunews
The Italian press agency ANSA and the online newspaper eunews covered the FutureLab Europe Europe@debate ‘What role for young people in protecting democracy in Europe?’. On this occasion, FutureLab Europe members Thomas Baumgartner, Leticia Diez Sanchez, Janosch Delcker, Darija Maric debated the role of young people in protecting democracy in Europe with Brando Benifei, Member of the European Parliament, Elisa Lironi, Digital Democracy and Campaigning Manager at the European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) and Artur Wieczorek, Secretary General of the Federation of Young European Greens. More info on the event, including a full report can be found here.
FutureLab Europe members Hanna Pieńczykowska, Srdjan Hercigonja and Maël Baseilhac on the Franco-German Magazine ParisBerlin
The Franco-German Magazine ParisBerlin published articles written by FutureLab Europe members Hanna Pieńczykowska, Maël Baseilhac and Srdjan Hercigonja. The text are available in English on the FutureLab Europe website (Poland: Eurosceptics take over by Hanna Pieńczykowska, The worn leather of a suitcase by Maël Baseilhac and Walls – New Integral Part of the European Identity? by Srdjan Hercigonja)
17. December 2015
FutureLab Europe member Srdjan Hercigonja’s blog post Walls – New Integral Part of the European Identity has been republished on the analysis and opinion journal Visegrad Insight.
9. February 2015
An adapted version of FutureLab Europe member Nitin Sood’s blog post The illusion of the EU’s commitment to LGBT rights was republished on the European newspaper EUobserver.com.
16. January 2015
FutureLab Europe has established a cooperation with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. Every month, FutureLab Europe participants will write articles to be published in German on Süddeutsche Zeitung and in English on the FutureLab Europe website. With this cooperation, FutureLab Europe aims at promoting the exchange of ideas between the citizens of Europe, breaching the often compartmentalised national debates with fresh views from various parts of the continent.
28. May 2014
24. May 2014
19. May 2014
What do young people feel when they think of Europe? What would they want to change, where does the EU plays on their nerves? Handelsblatt Online and FutureLab Europe joined forces to bring up a set of young voices. The first respondents were Kateřina Pekárek from Czech Republic, living in Germany, Noora Löfström, from Finland, living in Belgium, Konstantina Karydi (30) from Greece, Slawomir Parus (27) from Poland, Germán Jiménez Montes (23) from Spain and Dorit Fauck (23) from Germany.
08. July 2013
While German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin discussed job guarantees, financial aid and mobility with the EU council representatives, young Europeans would like to join in and be heard on a topic that concerns them more than anyone else. Six FutureLab Europe participants explained for Handelsblatt Online – a German economic newspaper – the crucial issues that need to be addressed now.