Invitation to a German-Polish Youth Meeting: ONE.NETWORK.EUROPE. 25 YEARS OF GERMAN AND EUROPEAN UNITY
How are things in Germany, Poland and Europe 25 years after reunification? What memories do we still have of German and European divisions? What does Europe mean nowadays - for us young representatives of both countries - and how can we by means of better cooperation come to terms with current challenges?
These are questions will be discussed in the context of the five-day-meeting "ONE.NETWORK.EUROPE. 25 YEARS OF GERMAN AND EUROPEAN UNITY" between German and Polish young adults, to get to know various ways of seeing things and to reflect on how they can shape our future in the best possible way.
Five days - five points of main emphasis; participants will:
1) recollect the era when Germany was divided and the East-West conflict held sway and to become better acquainted with those repercussions on people's everyday life;
2) analyze in an inter-active exchange of views European challenges in this year of 2015 and through international exchange discuss the differences between Poland and Germany;
3) reflect on European development through the medium of a ''future workshop'' and adopt a personal position;
4) be present during the prestigious Address on Europe given by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, and experience world politics live;
5) explore Berlin as a site of German and European unity and also as a German-Polish metropolis.
The seminar is intended for students, school pupils as well as young involved adults (up to 26 years old) from Germany and Poland.
The seminar will be held in English. Participants will pay a fee of 59 euros which will cover accommodation in a double room, meals and program expenses for the period of time stated above.
Registration pro-forma and the current draft program on http://www.eab-berlin.de/
To register for the seminar and for any further information, please contact:
Ms. Verena Dortschy
Deadline to submit your registration is 30 October 2015.