The Young Perspective on Europe

Europe has to be a “citizen project” in order to succeed. It needs fresh ideas and innovative concepts as well as a strong supportive base from among its younger generations. Outstanding alumni from ten European Foundations get selected into FutureLab Europe. Through their blog, in public debates and through their individual projects they share their young perspective on democratic participation, equal opportunities and identity in Europe.

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FutureLab Europe at Berlin Foreign Policy Forum

©Marc Darchinger

On 11 November, the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum 2014 again gathered an international group of app. 200 eminent politicians, government representatives, experts and journalists.

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FutureLab responded to the Public Consultation on the Europe 2020 strategy

FutureLab Europe participants have responded to a public consultation launched by the European Council and Commission to initiate a review of the Europe 2020 strategy.

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Missing a generation in EU politics: How to involve young Europeans?

©Jennifer Jacquemart

The latest EU Barometer in its post-election survey 2014 confirms the findings of FutureLab Europe’s report on the fact that the young generation is missing in EU politics: The greatest abstainers in the European elections, meanwhile, were young people (18-24 year-olds), despite the fact that it is they who generally express the most positive feelings about the EU.

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