Finanzkrise, Wirtschaftskrise, Flüchtlingskrise: Sie wirken wie Zentrifugalkräfte, die Europa politisch polarisieren und auseinandertreiben. Das Vertrauen in die Europäische Union, gemeinsame Lösungen für solch zentrale Herausforderungen zu finden, hat schwer gelitten.
Umso wichtiger ist es, zu fragen: Was hält Europa zusammen? Und welche progressive Europapolitik kann dem Pessimismus und den berechtigten Sorgen eine positive und zukunftsfähige Alternative entgegensetzen?
Europe calling entwickelt Ideen für ein soziales, gerechtes und freies Europa. Werden Sie Teil davon!
Financial crisis, economic crisis, refugee crisis: Those are the driving forces that are polarising the political debate in Europe. Their severity has contributed to a lack of trust in the ability of the European Union and its member states to find joint solutions for these central challenges.
It's time to ask: What is keeping Europe together? What unites us? And what kind of progressive European policies are fit to counter the pessimism and legitimate worries caused by theses crisis?
Europe calling is developing ideas for a social, fair and free Europe. Join the discussion!
Refugee Policy - Europe and its Borders
Almost two years after the peak of the migration crisis, European policies seem to be shifting from a humanitarian approach to a stronger debate on security issues. This is nowhere better illustrated than in the debate of European external borders. Europe Calling Budapest wants to explore this trend. With case from Greece, Italy and Hungary we are asking: What is the current status of European borders; and how can we find the right balance between security and humanity?
Europe Calling Belgrade discusses the legacy of the women’s movement in Serbia and Europe. In four panels the event formulates how “Women and minorities hold societies together”, how “Women rule”, what “Women do” and what “Women want”.
Looking for a different Europe. Reflections and perspectives
60 Years after the Treaty of Rome the discussion about the future of Europe returns to the Italian capital. Two panels with high-ranking speakers from Italian and European politics and academia will debate "Equity, growth, solidarity: The three pillars of the future European Union" and "More inclusive, more political, more democratic. Europe beyond populism".