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Articles in the media
Steinmeier: “The world has become more unpredictable”
German Federal Foreign Office features interview of Steinmeier in newspaper Märkische Allgemeine on situation of Europe and Syria
German Federal Foreign Office |Märkische Allgemeine | Marina Kormbaki | 24 October 2016 | Link to the article (German)
This is how Steinmeier wants to win over young people for Europe
Vorwärts writes about start of the German #EuropeanTownHall series
Vorwärts | Lars Haferkamp | 24 October 2016 | Link to the article (German)
New Civil Dialogue: “Which kind of Europe do you want?”
Deutsche Welle reporting on the start of the German #EuropeanTownHall series
Deutsche Welle | Kay-Alexander Scholz | 24 October 2016 | Link to the article (German)
Foreign Minister Steinmeier cautions against the end of the European Union
German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung featuring the start of the German #EuropeanTownHall series
Süddeutsche Zeitung | 23 October 2016 | Link to the article (German)
Advocating an inclusive, yet more flexible European Union
Danish newspaper on #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Berlin and German Foreign Minister’s stance on Europe
Dagbladed Information | 2 July 2016 | Link to the article (Danish)
Are you interested in joining the European Dialogue?
News portal for Spanish-speaking germanophiles promoting the #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Madrid
Portal Alemania | 12 June 2016 | Link to the article (Spanish)
Keeping up with the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE: Townhall Meeting in Rome
European News Agency reports on format, process and results of the event.
European News Agency | Carlo Marino | 6 April 2016 | Link to the article
Germany’s Minister of State on bridge-building mission along Mediterranean rim
Politico writes about DIALOGUE ON EUROPE after the #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Lisbon
POLITICO | Paul Ames | 16 March 2016 | Link to the article
Margarida Marques and Michael Roth in vivid exchange
Portugal’s Minster of State for European Affairs discusses with German counterpart at DIALOGUE ON EUROPE Lisbon #EuropeanTownHall Meeting
Observador | Catarina Falcão | 7 March 2016 | Link to the article (Portuguese)
A “Dialogue like speed-dating” at #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Athens
Manfred Ertel comments on the German-Greek relationship and the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE project
Manfred Ertel | December 2015 | Link to the article (German)
Progress, achievements and challenges of European refugee policy highlighted by Germany’s Minister of State
Kathimerini writes about DIALOGUE ON EUROPE after the #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Athens
Kathimerini | Giannis Paleologos | 8 December 2015 | Link to article (Greek)
Debates and workshops on the future of Europe in Marseilles
Goethe Institut France reporting on the fourth step of the #EuropeanTownHall Meeting Series
Goethe Institut France | 3 May 2016 | Link to release (French)
DIALOGUE ON EUROPE – #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Lisbon
IPP promoting the #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Lisbon
Thomas Jefferson Institute of Public Policy | 3 March 2016 | Link to release (Portuguese)
Embassy of Germany in Lisbon on the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE
Project Description and announcement of the upcoming #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Lisbon
German Embassy Lisbon | 1 February 2016 | Link to release (Portuguese)
Thinktank cooperation at #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Athens
ELIAMEP features the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE and their contribution to the Town Hall Meeting in Athens
ELIAMEP | 8 December 2015 | Link to release
Populism is everywhere these days. Not only as a phenomenon but also as a topic in political discourse. Yet, the closer you look at it, the more you will realize that populism is quite a messy term. It signifies everything from an unease towards dissent, to the fear of a weakened democracy. More importantly, once you get a grip on how you define the term you will realize that populism may be destructive and inflammatory but is not the real problem. It is mostly a symptom for fundamental conflicts in society.
In Europe we know that Portugal, France and Italy are the most unequal countries according to OECD household incomes. In addition to income inequality, inequality of opportunities may result from different types of discrimination, including discrimination based on gender, ethnicity, or religion. Widespread inequalities lead to the exclusion of minorities. Despite the fact that ethnic, cultural and religious diversity is a central feature and value of the European Union minority exclusion still persists in the EU.
On 30 June 2017, the Jacques Delors Institut Berlin published a report on the spending priorities of the European countries. Robin Huguenot-Noël, contributor of the Thinking Lab on Sustainable Growth, tried to identify common points in government spending strategies on a national scale, together with Jörg Haas. They came out with four main findings, which reveal that convergence is far from being achieved.
Meet the team behind Orange Magazine, who joined the #DialogueOnEurope during the second Thinking Lab Summit in Paris and covered various stories, which were re-published here on this website.
With the simple, but great and effective idea of rescuing refugees at sea, SOS Mediterrane manages to save the lives of those seeking to enter the European Union.
Demetrios Maragkos, the initiator of “Balkans across Borders” tries to unite youth across the Balkans and to promote the European idea. With his film festival he seeks to promote the common values and ideas, youth from the Balkans and the EU share, to bring them closer together.
The European Union is in distress. On the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome this has become an ever-present issue, which the #DialogueOnEurope seeks to address. The gathering of various members of civil society aims to find new insights and solutions to the Union’s most prevalent problems.
As the Thinking Lab Summit in Paris was a meeting of members of Civil Society, Orange Magazine wondered, what “Civil Society” means to the participants. Is it a universal definition or rather personal term?