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Don’t think it’s all over: How to restart Britain and Europe?

Dialogue on the Future of British-European relations 27 February 2017 | London | Bastian Roth
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Security Pivot Towards a Police State in France

Populisms' Slippery Slope 5 February 2017
The Windhoek Vocational Training Centre in Khomasdal is a training centre for artisans. The centre boasts a number of female students across the board. Established in 1988 for demand driven vocational training.The Boilermaking and Welding Fabrication workshop.
 Punching metal is Hileni Amulungu who considerers wanting to be a boilermaker as 'normal'.
"The Windhoek Vocational Training Centre" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by World Bank Photo Collection

Strengthening Vocational Education and Training

Improving Attractiveness and Social Recognition by Fostering "Success Factors" 5 February 2017 | Inês Gregório
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Labour Market Duality in Southern Europe

The need for greater fairness and intergenerational solidarity at the workplace 24 January 2017 | Arnolds Eizenšmits
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"Jobbik flags" (CC BY-NC 2.0) by Leigh Phillips

Populism in Eastern Europe

21 January 2017

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Don’t think it’s all over: How to restart Britain and Europe?

Dialogue on the Future of British-European relations27 February 2017 | London | Bastian Roth
London THM Announcement
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Three months after our #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsow we invite again in order to discuss the future of British-European relations in London on 27. February 2017.

Populism Thinking Lab Summit Analysis

Security Pivot Towards a Police State in France

Populisms' Slippery Slope5 February 2017
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"Police Francaise - Policía francesa - F" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by Oscar in the middle

The first European Thinking Lab took place from 25-27 November in Lisbon. During the Summit, the contributors cooperated within their Thinking Lab and worked out brief policy proposals. Félix Blanc is engaged with the topic of a Security Pivot towards a Police State in France.

Social Cohesion Thinking Lab Summit Policy Proposal

Strengthening Vocational Education and Training

Improving Attractiveness and Social Recognition by Fostering "Success Factors"5 February 2017 | Inês Gregório
The Windhoek Vocational Training Centre in Khomasdal is a training centre for artisans. The centre boasts a number of female students across the board. Established in 1988 for demand driven vocational training.The Boilermaking and Welding Fabrication workshop.
 Punching metal is Hileni Amulungu who considerers wanting to be a boilermaker as 'normal'.
"The Windhoek Vocational Training Centre" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by World Bank Photo Collection

The first European Thinking Lab took place from 25-27 November in Lisbon. During the Summit, the contributors cooperated within their Thinking Lab and worked out brief policy proposals. Inês Gregório is engaged with the topic of Strengthening Vocational Education and Training.

Social Cohesion Thinking Lab Summit Policy Proposal

Labour Market Duality in Southern Europe

The need for greater fairness and intergenerational solidarity at the workplace24 January 2017 | Arnolds Eizenšmits
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"Lego generations" (CC BY 2.0) by ansik

The first European Thinking Lab took place from 25-27 November in Lisbon. During the Summit, the contributors cooperated within their Thinking Lab and worked out brief policy proposals. Arnolds Eizenšmits is engaged with the topics of Labour Market Duality in Southern Europe: significant differences in Employment Protection Legislation between ‘insiders‘ and ‘outsiders‘ condemn youngsters in Southern Europe to precarious jobs.

Populism in Eastern Europe

21 January 2017
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"Jobbik flags" (CC BY-NC 2.0) by Leigh Phillips

Thwarting the Political Cleavages of Western Europe – What We Can Learn from Populists. Elena Marcela Coman outlines the historic trajectory and specific traits of populist movements in Eastern Europe.

Populism Analysis

On the Making of Trump – The Blind Spot That Created Him

Otto Scharmer analyses the factors underlying Trump's victory 17 January 2017
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According to Scharmer, three main divides within the United States contributed to the success of Donald Trump, which took many by surprise.

Dialogue On Europe goes East!

#EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw7 December 2016 | Warsaw
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Exactly one year after launching DIALOGUE ON EUROPE, a further bilateral half-day #TownHallMeeting was organized – this time in Warsaw. On December 7 th , representatives of academia, civil society and culture from Germany and Poland followed our invitation to discuss possible future scenarios for Europe. Open discussions fed directly into a live conversation about the challenges of European integration and Polish-German relations with Michael Roth, German Minister of State for Europe.

Populism Analysis

We Need Good Answers Now

DPZ Policy Fellow Hanno Burmester on the Election of Donald Trump11 January 2017 | Hanno Burmester
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The helplessness of the left allows the triumph of the right. Five hypotheses on the election of Donald Trump

Social Cohesion Thinking Lab Summit Policy Recommendations

Supporting Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation

Boosting Founder Confidence and Encouraging Investments10 January 2017 | Andrea Montanari
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The first European Thinking Lab took place from 25-27 November in Lisbon. During the Summit, the contributors cooperated within their Thinking Lab and worked out brief policy proposals. Andrea Montanari is engaged with the topics of Investment Incentives and Social Innovation.

Migration&Integration Spain Study

CEAR: Towards a Dignified Life

Report on Discrimination and Persecution on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity2 January 2017
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Within this report, CEAR (The Spanish Commission for Refugees) examines the situation of LGBT refugees both within Spain as their host-country and within their countries of origin. The analysis depicts the hardships of refugees that have to experience intersectional discrimination, stemming both from discrimination on the basis of ethnicity and discrimination due to their gender identity and sexual orientation.

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