26. September 2018 In the context of the FutureLab Europe 2018 Autumn Conference, the photo exhibition and panel debate “Crossing Identities: Diversity and Inclusion in Europe” took place on 24 September at Atelier 29. It showcased the work of the project “Crossed Paths of Europe” which aims to highlight similarities and differences between migrants and local residents … Continue reading Photo exhibition in Brussels: discussing diversity and inclusion in Europe
Showcasing the inclusiveness of European Identity
On 18 June, the project Crossed Paths of Europe held its first photo exhibition at IM Sweden headquarters in Stockholm in the framework of the IM's summer festival.
21. September 2017
On Thursday 21 September 2017, between 14.30 and 16.30, the members of FutureLab Europe engaged in a discussion with Alessandro Giordani, Deputy Head of Unit, Citizens' Dialogues, DG Migration and Home Affairs, European Commission, Andrew Bradley, Director, International IDEA – EU office and Pieyre-Alexandre Anglade, Member of the French Parliament, La République En Marche on occasion of the public conference Europe@debate: Promoting European identity through active citizenship: How and what for?. The event took place in the Auditorium of the European Policy Centre (EPC), 14-16 Rue du Trône, 1000 Brussels.
29. January 2016 by Henrique Tereno
27 October 2015 was a historical day for everyone who enjoys to travel and talk over the phone when abroad. After two years of negotiations, the European Parliament decided to abolish roaming charges.
On the one hand, removing roaming charges could help increase the EU’s popularity, due to the fact that it gives the impression that the EU member states are connected to each other instead of being separated states. All in all, the abolishment of roaming charges could probably spread a feeling of belonging to the EU, as people will be able to communicate with other Europeans just as easily and cheaply as with their countrymen.Read more ...