The Young Perspective on Europe

Aged 20 to 30, the 87 participants of FutureLab Europe from 27 countries – EU and non-EU – contribute their young and innovative ideas to current European topics:

1. Democratic values in Europe:
What should the EU and its member states do to ensure active democracies in Europe?

2. Equal opportunities:
How can the EU and its member states create a future-oriented labour market offering quality jobs for all young citizens?

3. European Identity:
What needs to be done to fight against nationalism and xenophobia and to prevent them from threatening European integration?

 

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FutureLab Europe will attend the 2015 OECD Forum

FutureLab Europe will send a delegation of five FutureLabbers to the 2015 Forum of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The Forum will take place at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris, France, on 2-3 June 2015.

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“At the gates / In Transit” photo exhibition in Oslo in the context of the FutureLab Europe Fortress Europe project

FutureLab Europe’s "Fortress Europe from a youth perspective" project has contributed to the launch of the photo exhibition “At the gates / In Transit” on migrants and asylum seekers in Europe. The photographs, taken by photographers Erik Åhman and Harri Joensuu, can be seen in Oslo at the Deichmanske bibliotek, in Arne Garborgs plass 4.

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2015 FutureLab Europe Spring Conference

FutureLab Europe held its 4th Spring Conference on Monday 13 April 2015 in Brussels. During the event, the FutureLab Europe 4th generation met to discuss integration and migration policies at the EU and member states’ level with representatives from the EU, the Belgian government, NGOs and the think tank world.

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