What are the urgent issues Europe is facing today? And what is your take on it? We asked 6 people from all walks of life to engage in a dialogue.
Europe is more than a continent. Today, Europe counts 56 sovereign states, 28 of which are members of the European Union. Despite the efforts of the European integration process, the region faces severe challenges such as the growth of youth unemployment in its South. Migration flows need to be managed, and digitization challenges established patterns of work and production. It is time to rethink Europe!
Digitization will change tomorrow’s world of work. How can it provide opportunities for societies? Klaus Fuest has 12 hypotheses.
Next May’s elections for the European Parliament are about the survival of the European Union. We need responsible leadership for a Europe for Citizens.
The European elections in 2019 will be crucial for Europe’s future. Through his initiative “Pulse of Europe,” Daniel Röder is fighting for an open and liberal EU.
Anti-European populists are very good at communication. This is why EU activists like Maia Mazurkiewicz are working on new narratives.
Lobbying has a negative reputation. But you can turn this around – for example, with Alberto Alemanno’s ideas for “good lobbying” for every citizen.
Did you ever get matched with a potential co-worker? The Axfoundation arranges meetings for Swedes and migrants to enhance integration.
The current business model needs to be changed to achieve the Paris climate goals. How can this be done? Christoph Wolff has some ideas.