Throughout the months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the travel and meeting restrictions, we have striven to deliver a wide range of engaging initiatives, events, award schemes, discussion and debates about the future of Europe. We have brought together people and organisations from all corners of Europe, in a spirit of openness and inclusivity, and have asked for one thing only: to mention the #EuropeFutureFringe hashtag in their promotion and advocacy. As we look forward to gradual return to physical events, we will nevertheless remain focused on promoting a blended, virtual and on-site, approach, to our common actions on the future of Europe.
9th of May is Europe Day. A day when Europe is celebrated for a key milestone of its past: the “Schuman Declaration” that after WWII called for a new form of political cooperation. Today is the day when the EU Institutions “open” their doors to European citizens.
Online, 9 May
In these extreme times we need Bildung and a strong European community more than ever, and we are looking very much forward to seeing you at the European Bildung Day 2020, May 8-9 online.
In the news
Online and offline, we want to ensure that the conversations about the future of Europe are heard as widely as possible, and are accessible and understandable to everyone. Here are our some recent articles, blogs and other stories which are united by our vision of an inclusive, democratic and sustainable Europe.
Dear supporters, We are relieved: After several days of waiting and in increasingly rough seas, 116 rescued children, women and men were finally able to disembark from our rescue ship in Augusta, Sicily, on Tuesday,...
The European Cultural Foundation launched a new round in their #CultureofSolidarity fund: “We are looking for projects that contribute to inclusive and democratic European media platforms, networks and infrastructure during the Corona infodemic.” Deadline for submission of interest is on March 31.
CIVICUS, European Civic Forum and ECNL are asking support for a letter to be sent to the Danish Members of Parliament
CIVICUS, European Civic Forum and ECNL are asking for support for a letter to be sent on Monday to the Danish Members of Parliament concerning a new package named “Security for all Danes” which will restrict the right to protest and disproportionally affect minority groups in Denmark.