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
02. April 2015 On March 31, FutureLab Europe launched the documentary “The Hidden” on the phenomenon of hidden homelessness in Europe. The documentary has been realised by FutureLabbers Marian Cramers and Janosh Delcker and sponsored by FutureLab Europe. https://vimeo.com/106679103 The documentary screening was followed by a policy dialogue on homelessness and social cohesion with Brando … Continue reading EPC-FutureLab Europe Policy Dialogue & Documentary Launch: Fighting homelessness – A way towards more social cohesion in Europe
04. December 2014
FutureLab Europe is proud to announce the launch of ‘The Hidden’, a short documentary film on the widely unknown social phenomenon of hidden homelessness, by FutureLab Europe participants Christoph Janosch Delcker(Director) and Marian Cramers (Executive Producer).
The documentary gives a voice to those people who have a roof over their head, but no home of their own. These are people who are forced to sleep at their partners’ places, in squats, or on couches of friends, because they can’t afford to find a place of their own.
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
Posted on 09. July 2014 by Lotta Schneidemesser Thursday, 21 May 2014. 9pm, the Serbian Embassy in Berlin The place looks more like a humanitarian help post or a storage space than a representative embassy: hundreds of card board boxes are piled up in the hall way, the main room, along the walls, in front of the … Continue reading Why should I care about the Serbians?