05. June 2015 FutureLab Europe attended the 2015 Forum of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The Forum took place at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris, France, on 2-3 June 2015. Every year, the OECD Annual Forum brings together leaders and influencers from several policy areas. Former and current heads of state … Continue reading FutureLab Europe attended the 2015 OECD Forum
24. October 2014
What are the topics the new EU Commission needs to tackle foremost in the eyes of young Europeans? FutureLab Europe participants defined their priorities with regard to the political guidelines for the 2014-2019 EU Commission that its president Jean-Claude Juncker presented.
The workplan drafted by FutureLab Europe participants contains the young generation’s recommendations to the European Commission on the basis of the four umbrella topics listed in the Strategic Agenda for the Union in Times of Change. FutureLab Europe’s final propositions range from calling for a reconfiguration of the Youth Guarantee scheme to support long term youth employment, to asking for the development of a unified EU migration policy.
Posted on 26. June 2014 by Veronika Sobolova To ensure the future of the European Union, a widespread, active European citizenship is needed. The Europamobil project, run by the Genshagen Foundation and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, attempts to take up this challenge. During the project, I was part of an international team that visited 10 different schools in … Continue reading Bringing Europe to schools? Still a worthy cause!
20. June 2014 Daniel Gjokjeski, participant of FutureLab Europe and Creative Director at Katarsis Ventures, will contribute to the third meeting of the Youth Employment Task Force on Tuesday 24 June at the European Policy Centre in Brussels. Core topic of the meeting is ‘Education and training: how to make a dual system successful?’. Interest … Continue reading Education and training: how to make a dual system successful?
Posted on 06. June 2014 by Laura Virué Escalera In the RondaForum event about education and entrepreneurship, I was involved in an informal debate reflecting on whether, despite belonging to a generation that has to deal with a difficult situation due to the financial crisis and a consequent sense of failure and neglect – a generation … Continue reading Citizens of the world, companies of the world