Upcoming Events

Sept. 21
19:00 CEST

Community Event
European Expectations – What the New German Chancellor Should Deliver 

Poland’s freedom icon Lech Walesa believes powerhouse Germany should lead either a deeply reformed, or an entirely rebuilt European Union, in the wake of a possible Brexit. (Euractive 2016)

or

Germany with its tightfisted approach on Eurobonds, common debt and spending should get out of the way and leave the European leadership to more progressive countries like France and Italy. 

It is between these two positions that the expectations of European citizens vary.

Please be prepared to discuss the expectation of your fellow countrymen and -women! After a short introduction, you will have the opportunity to express your opinion.

Register here – and we’ll send you an email reminder with the login details close to the event.

(Please note: You won’t get an confirmation email after registration, only the email reminder.)

Sept. 27
18:00 CEST

Community Event
Stories from Europe – Tell us about your summer!

Most of us enjoyed the summer, travel was possible again, you could meet family and friends or spent the warm days in your region. Let’s talk about it! In a small round we want to show pictures, laugh together and hear your interesting stories.

If you haven’t traveled, don’t worry: your stories can be older.

Register here – and we’ll send you an email reminder with the login details close to the event.

(Please note: You won’t get an confirmation email after registration, only the email reminder.)

Oct. 4
18:00 CEST

Community Event
Elections in the Czech Republic: What it means for Europe

Together with a group of young Europeans from the Czech Republic, we will talk about the elections in their country. They are European activists and can explain to us firsthand what consequences different election results can have on the policies of the European Union.

We are looking forward to an interesting debate

More information will follow soon