Since last year, Romanian people are taking to the streets to protest against the government which aims to decriminalise certain crimes, namely crime of high-level corruption. The Romanian youth has been at the core of the protests: students, journalists, activists, politicians and creatives played a crucial role in the anti-corruption movement. In this video two Romanian FutureLab Europe participants, Alin Gabriel Gramescu and David Timis, interview these young people to understand their motivations and purposes in taking part in the protests.


Young people are taking part to street protests in Romania against the government. FutureLab Europe participants Alin Gabriel Gramescu and David Timis asked directly to them why they  protest and what is their vision for the future of their country. This teaser offers a glimpse of their perspectives which are further investigated in the official video.



Annual Forum 2018

FutureLab Europe’s participants Alin Gabriel Gramescu and David Timis tell in this video their journey from Romania to Brussels to attend the 2018 Annual Forum. The event was held from the 23rd to the 26th January: during this four days the new members of the 7th generation met for the first time, attended workshops, debates and co-worked to create civic projects. This video explains what the Annual Forum really looks like providing an insight from the participants’ perspective.


Annual Forum 2018 – Why become a member of FutureLab Europe?

At the 2018 Annual Forum, the FutureLab Europe’s participants Alin Gabriel Gramescu and David Timis created a video in which their peers explain why they decided to take part in the programme. Young people with different backgrounds and different expectations, they all share the will to shape the future of Europe through active citizenship projects.


Spring Conference 2016 – Reviving Democratic Participation for a Citizens-Led Europe

with Sven Giegold, Member of the European Parliament and Antonio Silva Mendes, Director of the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission.


Spring Conference 2015 – Youth Perspective on the Integration of Young Migrants in Europe

with Matthias Ruete, Director General of the Directorate General for migration and Home Affairs of the European Commission.


Spring Conference 2014 – Missing a Generation in EU politics, how to Involve Young Europeans?

with László Andor, European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Sandra Petrović Jakovina, Member of the European Parliament, Konstantinos Kyrianakis, President of the Youth European People’s Party and Benedek Jávor, Candidate for the European Elections with the Greens.

Check out the statements by Sandra Petrović Jakovina, Member of the European Parliament (here), Konstantinos Kyrianakis, President of the Youth European People’s Party (here) and Benedek Jávor, Candidate for the European Elections with the Greens (here).


Spring Conference 2012 – One Passport, One People?

with Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Home Affairs in the European Commission.




Plan Balkans: Europolitan! – 2013

by Danijela Bozovic, Adnan Rahimic, Jovana Rakic and Irma Zulic. Find out more about Plan Balkans: Europolitan! here.


The Hidden – A Documentary Film – 2013

by Christoph Janosh Delcker and Marian Cramers. Find out more about The Hidden here.




Europe@debate in Oslo, Norway on the New Social and Digital Media in the European Public Sphere – 2014

with Peter Gregor Schmitz, European correspondent of Der Spiegel, Lisbeth Kirk, Editor in chief of the EU Observer, Kait Bolongaro, Editor-in-Chief for the English edition of Café Babel, Bente Kalsnes, Institute for Media and Communication, University of Oslo, and Sten Inge Jørgensen, of the Norwegian weekly newspaper Morgenbladet. From FutureLab Europe: Dorit Fauck, Kati Temonen, Doru Toma, Stephan Kool, Milos Djindjic, Enja Sæthren and Tonje Olsrud.


Europe@debate in Ronda, Spain on Education and Entrepreneurship – 2014

with Lieve Fransen Senior Adviser to European Policy Centre on health, social and migration policies. From FutureLab Europe: Estefania Almenta Lopez, Marsida Bandilii, Daniel Gjokjeski.


Europe@debate in Hamburg, Germany – The Islam belongs to Europe – 2013

with Ruprecht Polenz, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Bundestag, member of the CDU. From FutureLab Europe: Lidija Pejcinovic and Lukáš Fúčela.


On the situation in Ukraine with FutureLab Europe – Norwegian TV Show Min Morgon – 2013

From FutureLab Europe: Heidi Beha and Ulyana Vynyarchuck.


Europe@debate in Belfast, UK on Education and Entrepreneurship – 2012

with Lothar Dittmer, Member of the Executive Board of the Koerber Foundation, Guy Standing, Professor of Economic Security, University of Bath and Johannes Himmelreich, Europe & Me. From FutureLab Europe: Lukas Bruck, Christoph Johannes Delcker, Eeemeli Isoaho, Estefania Almenta Lopez, Zuzana Novakova.




2011 Trailer – by FutureLab Europe member Christoph Janosh Delcker