The European Citizens’ Meeting in 2021
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic we decided to cancel the European Citizens’ Meeting in 2020. It’ll now take place in 2021! We do not have an exact date yet, but we’ll publish it on this website as soon as possible.
The European Union in crisis? One might think that the European idea is increasingly losing supporters because Brexit, disagreement over the refugee issue and the pursuit of national rather than European interests challenge the unity of Europe.
The truth is, however, that Europe continues to be an alliance that is supported by many people and that, in a global world, constitutes an economic and socio-political power: a peaceful and democratic global player in the world order alongside the US, Russia and China.
We are a group of dedicated European volunteers from Kassel and the region who are already active in various other organisations.
We want people from all over Europe to get in touch with each other. We would like to involve everyone and hope that participants of the meeting come to Kassel from all over Europe, from the most diverse of professional groups, that they are of different ages and sexes and have diverse life stories. We would like to demonstrate and experience the colour and diversity that Europe has to offer.
The EBB should become a platform for a lasting exchange of all Europeans and prove that Europe is more than just a bureaucratic superstructure of one alliance unit. After all, it is a Europe whose inhabitants want to and should get to know each other better, whose inhabitants can talk about both common interests and differences, and recognize that diversity can enrich their own lives. We want to make Europe accessible.
18:00: Orga-Treffen EBB - Bei Interesse bitte an firstname.lastname@example.org wenden
18:00: Wie schwer wiegen Worte? Oder: Polen im Wandel.
Link zur Veranstaltung: https://hs-osnabrueck.zoom.us/j/97110952515?pwd=Vk56N2d4dW5jZDVDemtOeUxTZVJFZz09#success
Oder im Live - Stream auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIYXp5xhUlSWcbQ0hhG5h8g
Am 17. Juni 1991 haben Bundeskanzler Helmut Kohl und Polens Staatschef Krzysztof