FutureLab Europe participated in the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2015

20. October 2015 On November 9-10, 2015, FutureLab Europe participants Michał Gulczyński (Poland), Doris Manu (Romania), Zuzana Novakova (Slovakia), Linda Öhman (Finland/Germany) and Anja Aune Selmer (Norway) conveyed to Berlin to take part in the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2015. Every year an international group of 200 eminent politicians, government representatives, experts and journalists gather … Continue reading FutureLab Europe participated in the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2015

FutureLab Europe participated in the 2014 Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

07. November 2014 On 11 November, the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2014 again gathered an international group of app. 200 eminent politicians, government representatives, experts and journalists. For FutureLab Europe Ia Melkadze (Georgia), Zuzana Novakova (Slovakia), Veronika Sobolova (Slovakia), Miruna Troncota (Romania) and Ulyana Vynyarchuk (Ukraine) joined the debates on geopolitical challenges in Eastern Europe, the Middle … Continue reading FutureLab Europe participated in the 2014 Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

FutureLab Europe participated in the 2013 Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

02. December 2013 At the 3rd Berlin Foreign Policy Forum on November 26, high-ranking politicians, government officials, experts as well as journalists met to examine central issues facing German and European policymakers. Joining the debates and presenting the voice of the young European generation were FutureLab Europe participants Andréa Chabant Sánchez (France and Spain), Max Eklund … Continue reading FutureLab Europe participated in the 2013 Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

A model explaining European cultural differences

Posted on 06. June 2013 by Noora Löfström When speaking with a class of 15 year olds about Europe; about possibilities, history, culture and the institutions, explaining decision making in the EU wasn’t the easiest – and I don’t blame them, it’s not crystal. “Codecision” or more fancily “ordinary legislative procedure” being the standard procedure of … Continue reading A model explaining European cultural differences

Europe is no creation. It is a rediscovery

Posted on 11. December 2012 by Irma Zulic The title you just read are, of course, sentences stated in 1972, by the first president of the Commission of the EEC, Mr. Hallstein. When I read it, together with the rest of his speech, I raised my head and saw that on the TV, the news was … Continue reading Europe is no creation. It is a rediscovery