Posted on 18. December 2014 by Daniel Gjokjeski Youth employment being a top priority has been a constant in the European leaders’ discourse; Europe’s future depends on the skills, creativity and energy of our young people, they all say repeatedly. Unfortunately, youth unemployment levels are at a worryingly high level, especially in the South of … Continue reading Juncker’s investment package; the last chance for European Millennials?
30. September 2014 FutureLab Europe Annual Forum 2014: Day 1 As a member of the 4th FutureLab Europe generation, it is my pleasure to recall the very inspiring speeches of the first day of this year’s Annual Forum. After some introductory words on the think tank world in Brussels, we had the chance to discuss … Continue reading The Fourth FutureLab Europe Annual Forum: Day 1-5
30. September 2014 The fourth edition of the FutureLab Europe Annual Forum took place in Brussels from 21 - 26 September 2014. A new FLE ‘generation’ of young, bright professionals conveyed to the European Policy Centre to discuss issues revolving around “The State of Democracy and Equal Opportunities”, this year overall topic. During their week … Continue reading The Fourth FutureLab Europe Annual Forum took place in Brussels
08. September 2014
How do the young people see their current situation? How important is Europe for them? Where do the political and social challenges lie?
In their series “My Europe. What Young People Care About” Süddeutsche.de published guest contributions by FutureLab Europe participants. This new publication presents seven out of the altogether fifteen articles and further background information.
Posted on 01. July 2014 by Mihails Kozlovs Each year millions of people change their place of living: within the course of the last year alone more than 230 million people were living outside of their homelands. I myself emigrated twice; to Norway and to Serbia. However I wasn’t a usual emigrant who tries to find … Continue reading Emigration – transforming the flow of people into money flow