Peacing Europe Together – One Piece at a Time

Posted on 29. October 2013 by Lotta Schneidemesser 14 young people from 9 different countries. 21 days in September. A small village 1300 meters high in the mountains in the South of France. Working together as volunteers in the National Park, living together in a small mountain hut, eating together, spending free time together. This is … Continue reading Peacing Europe Together – One Piece at a Time

FutureLab Europe contributing to Handelsblatt Online

08. July 2013 While German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin discussed job guarantees, financial aid and mobility with the EU council representatives, young Europeans would like to join in and be heard on a topic that concerns them more than anyone else. Six FutureLab Europe participants explained for Handelsblatt Online – a German economic newspaper … Continue reading FutureLab Europe contributing to Handelsblatt Online

Europe@debate in Brussels: Europe’s lost generation? Young Europeans’ perspectives on the crisis

22. April 2013 A group of active young citizens from across Europe came to Brussels to present their report on Europe's 'lost generation'. These young professionals, all members of FutureLab Europe, debated their ideas with European Commission Vice-President Almunia, who accepted the first copy of the report. A 38-page report unveiled at this Europe@debate event, … Continue reading Europe@debate in Brussels: Europe’s lost generation? Young Europeans’ perspectives on the crisis

Second FutureLab Europe Annual Forum in Brussels

25. September 2012 28 European young professionals visited Brussels from 16 - 22 September 2012 to take part in the second FutureLab Europe Annual Forum, which took place at the offices of the European Policy Centre. The topic of this year's programme was ‘How can the European project be salvaged?' and the five days of … Continue reading Second FutureLab Europe Annual Forum in Brussels