The Future of Europe in the shadow of Brexit – Vienna Event
European Future Forum and New Europeans
warmly invite you to join us to discuss:
The Future of Europe in the shadow of Brexit.
Brexit reminds us that Europe is also a union of citizens.
What can a new politics look like, based on the shared values we hold as Europeans?
When does European integration become more than just a trade-off between national interests?
Where do we develop the solidarity that underpins a stronger sense of European identity?
How do we make the EU more democratic and give citizens a greater sense of ownership?
Who does the EU belong to, if not the citizens?
Please indicate in brackets behind your name whether you will attend
the Afternoon/Afternoon & evening/Evening event
16:00 AFTERNOON SESSION
Welcome by Wolfgang Bogensberger, Acting Head of the Representation of the European Commission in Austria
16:10 – 18:00 Presentations
“The Maastricht Manifesto Project” – New Europeans
“Using technology to foster democracy -– Talking Europe app launch” – European Future Forum
“Designing European Experiences” – MOSAIK
“Exit from Brexit” Petition – Dr Ernst Löschner
Opportunity to be photographed as you sign the Exit from Brexit petition
18:00 EVENING SESSION
Welcoming remarks by SOPHIE KRENN, win² Uni Management Club
18:10 Keynote speech followed by panel discussion
“Lessons for Europe from the tragedy of Brexit”
Founder and CEO, New Europeans
Joining Roger Casale on the panel will be:
Em. Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. RUTH WODAK
Chair in Discourse Studies, Lancaster University/University Vienna
Founder & Managing Director, MOSAIK
Founder & President, European Future Forum
19:30 NETWORKING RECEPTION
Our thanks to Code Factory for sponsoring our reception.
The meeting is organised to mark the occasion of the presetnation of the Schwarzkopf Europe Award to New Europeans, which took place on 3 June this year in Berlin.
We are grateful for the support and participation of the European Commission Representation in Austria and the European Parliament Liaison Office in Austria.