Posted on 07. September 2015 by Marsida Bandilli Two years ago I attended a lecture at the University of Liverpool on the differences between generations. To a certain degree every generation believes that the generation that came before theirs was too rigid and conservative, and consequently the generation that came after too wild and out of … Continue reading “Generation Y, technology and our strive for success”
Posted on 27. March 2015 by Nitin Sood Last year the European Parliament decided to make 2015 the official European Year for Development. Rightfully so; at the end of this year, the Millennium Development Goals, the first-ever international development goals established to eradicate poverty and inequality, will expire. Whereas the world has made significant advancement … Continue reading The Elephant in the Post-2015 Negotiations Room: Youth
08. September 2014
How do the young people see their current situation? How important is Europe for them? Where do the political and social challenges lie?
In their series “My Europe. What Young People Care About” Süddeutsche.de published guest contributions by FutureLab Europe participants. This new publication presents seven out of the altogether fifteen articles and further background information.
Posted on 27. June 2014 by Lotta Schneidemesser Have you ever wondered what it is like to live in a theatre? To experience it during the day time, to walk around its rooms and along its corridors, which are usually exclusively reserved for the people working in theatre? To have a coffee in an old room … Continue reading 1914 – 2014: Look back – think forward
Posted on 19. June 2014 by Doru Toma Sarajevo is without any doubt the heart of the Balkans: cradle of religions, people and cultures, city under siege and the place where one hundred years ago the First World War started. In early June, Sarajevo hosted the European Youth Summit “100 for the Next 100 in the … Continue reading Europe and the Balkans… What is your perspective?