Second #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw

Paul Mason and Manuel Sarrazin on the future of democracy 12 . Februar 2018 | Warsaw

On 12 February 2018, Das Progressive Zentrum together with the Ferdinand Lassalle Centre for Social Thought will host the second #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw. The conference will focus on the challenges faced by democracy in Europe, in particular, emerging populism and the potential of democratic innovations. Young people, academics as well as civil society actors from Poland and Germany are invited to join the event and take part in a lively and inspiring debate. (more…)

#EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw

DIALOGUE ON EUROPE in Poland one year after the first #EuropeanTownHall Meeting7 December 2016 | Warsaw, Poland | Maria Skóra
Foto: Marek und Ewa Wojciechowscy / Trips over Poland, CC BY-SA 3.0

Exactly one year after the first #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Athens, the DIALOGUE ON EUROPE goes further and takes place on 7 December 2016 in Warsaw. With a European Union at stake, sustainable solutions can best be achieved with the support of a strong and well-connected European civil society.

What future for democracy?

Report #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw12 February 2018

One year after the first #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw, the second bilateral Polish-German exchange was launched on 12 February 2018.

Representatives of academia, civil society, and culture from Germany and Poland met to discuss the rise of populism in Europe as well as possible democratic innovations to address this phenomenon. An open debate with Manuel Sarrazin was concluded with an input by Paul Mason, offering a broader, global perspective. (more…)

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Dialogue On Europe goes East!

#EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw7 December 2016 | Warsaw

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.