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Europe with a view to the future 2016

May 4, 2016 - New Eastern Europe - Events

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You are cordially invited to attend this year’s fourth annual European Reflection Forum “Europe with a View to the Future”. This project aims to bring together experts, journalists, academics and politicians dealing with issues relating to European integration. The concept of the Forum therefore contributes to the need for European reflection in a wider circle of experts. It is not without significance that the Forum is held in Gdansk.

Date 19-20 May 2016 Thursday-Friday

Venue European Solidarity Centre, Gdańsk, pl. Solidarity 1 

Participation Free with registration (please contact: europe@ecs.gda.pl)

Download the programme here

ADDITIONAL EVENTS

/ EUROPEAN REVOLUTIONS 1980 – 1989 – 1991 | guided tour through the permanent exhibition of the European Solidarity Centre
/ VÁCLAV HAVEL – CITIZEN – PRESIDENT | opening of the exhibition
/ EXHIBITION OF PHOTOS: Oldrich Škacha, Alan Pajer i Bohdan Holomiček
/ THE EVENT, Directed By Sergey Loznica | screening
/ AMBASSADOR OF NEW EUROPE 2015 | The award ceremony and announcement of the results of the contest, award presentation and discussion with the laureate

THEMES

/ EUROPE AND THE CULTURE OF HOSPITALITY. MIGRATION AS A TEST OF THE CREDIBILITY OF EUROPEAN VALUES
/ TWENTY-FIVE YEARS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AFTER THE BREAKUP OF THE SOVIET UNION. THE AFTER-EFFECT OF THE DEMOCRATIZATION PROJECT?
/ NATO IN THE 21ST CENTURY. HOW SAFE ARE EUROPEAN DEMOCRACIES?
/ THE NEW NEIGHBORHOOD POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION?
/ POLAND-GERMANY – A PARTNERSHIP FOR EUROPE. 25 YEARS OF POLISH-GERMAN TREATY ON GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD AND FRIENDLY COOPERATION

PANELLISTS

Li Bennich-Björkman / political scientist, expert on Eastern Partnership, Uppsala
Irina Borogan / Russian investigative journalist, co-author of the portal Agentura.ru, Moscow
Pierre Buhler / ambassador of the French Republic in Poland, Paris, Warsaw
Marek Cichocki / program director of the European Center Natolin
Krzysztof Czyżewski / co-founder of the “Borderland of Arts, Cultures, Nations” Centre, Sejny
Slawomir Dębski / director of the Polish Institute of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw
Aslı Erdogan / Turkish writer, activist for human rights, Istanbul, Krakow
Marzenna Guz-Vetter / acting Director of Representations of the European Commission in Poland
Petr Janyška / director of the Czech Centre in Warsaw, former ambassador of Czech Republic to France, Prague, Warsaw
Seth G. Jones / director of the International Centre for Security and Defense Policy RAND, Chicago, Washington
Aleksander Kaczorowski / writer, author of the biography of Vá clav Havel
Iris Kempe / senior advisor for culture and education, the Council of Baltic Sea States, Stockholm
David Kipp / expert on migration, the Foundation for Science and Politics, Berlin
Paweł Kowal / historian, politician, columnist, former Secretary of State in Polish MFA, Rzeszow, Warsaw
Markus Meckel / former minister of foreign affairs of the GDR, a member of the Foundation for Polish-German
Rolf Nikel / ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Poland, Berlin, Warsaw
Serhii Plokhii / Ukrainian historian, Harvard University, Kyiv, Boston
Patrycja Sasnal / expert on the Middle East, the Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw
Rita Süssmuth / German politician, former president of the Bundestag, Berlin
Donald Tusk / president of the European Council, Brussels, Gdansk

For more information please visit: http://www.ecs.gda.pl/title,Jezyk,pid,636,lang,2.html

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