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.
Posted on 20. May 2014 by Mihails Kozlovs It was 8:30 in the morning when I had a coffee with Vice-president of Turkish confederation of Employers associations – Erol Kiresepion, who is a usual suspect for the annual OECD Forum. He shared his worries about the youth unemployment in Turkey, which is still around 16% … Continue reading Trust, Jobs and an Inclusive society. Reflections from OECD Forum in Paris
07. May 2014 On 8-9 May the European University Institute in Florence hosted the fourth edition of the State of the Union Conference. The Conference brought together leading academics, policy-makers, civil society representatives, business and opinion leaders to discuss the future of the social and political model for Europe and the upcoming European elections. Four … Continue reading FutureLab Europe at the 2014 State of the Union Conference in Florence
Posted on 06. February 2013 by Lukáš Fúčela I couldn’t resist myself to write also some of my thoughts on the controversies connected with European Capital of Culture project in Košice (Slovakia) after reading latest Marta’s blog on this project in Marseille. The project of European Capital of Culture is well-known and also watched by general … Continue reading Will frogs from Athens settle down also in Košice?