FutureLab Europe talks with Henri Malosse, president at the EESC

04. June 2014 On Tuesday 3rd of June 2014 FutureLab Europe took part in an informal discussion with the president of the European Economic and Social Committee Henri Malosse to take stock of the recent European elections results. The President called this meeting with young European opinion-leaders was to address his concern about the widespread … Continue reading FutureLab Europe talks with Henri Malosse, president at the EESC

Scandinavia: populists not as strong as feared

Posted on 29. May 2014 by Kati Temonen “No surprises” best describes the election results in Finland unlike in the two other Nordic EU-countries, Sweden and Denmark. The Swedish voters sent members of the populist Swedish Democrats and the Feminist party to the European Parliament as newcomers. The far-right Danish People’s Party won a third of … Continue reading Scandinavia: populists not as strong as feared

FutureLab Europe on Handelsblatt Young Europe: European election series

19. May 2014 What do young people feel when they think of Europe? What would they want to change, where does the EU plays on their nerves? Handelsblatt Online and FutureLab Europe joined forces to bring up a set of young voices. The first respondent was Kateřina Pekárek (29) from Czech Republic, living in Germany. … Continue reading FutureLab Europe on Handelsblatt Young Europe: European election series

A chat about the European elections with a Greek MEP

10. December 2013 On the occasion of the 15 years' remembrance of the passing away of Konstantinos Karamanlis, former Prime Minister of Greece, and the 10th anniversary of the inauguration of the European Parliament’s K.Karamanlis passerelle, FutureLab spoke to Greek MEP Georgios Koumoutsakos about the upcoming European Parliament elections and the role of young people in … Continue reading A chat about the European elections with a Greek MEP