In only one week our second Young Professionals Seminar of this year starts in Nice: “How to tell the EU’s story”, a creative, intensive workshop with 20 outstanding young professionals from 10 European countries, representing a wide array of professional backgrounds, to create new formats and pieces about their view on Europe. This can be a written piece, a video, a drawing, a collage, a photo story or the like. It can also be a comparison of official studies about the view on Europe and the feeling of inhabitants of different countries with the personal feeling and view of the participants and their personal environment.
The aim of this workshop is to find out which views the participants have on Europe and which creative ideas they can develop on new content and formats to tell the EU’s story in a different way.
We thank Airbus for the generous support of the seminar. Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2017 it generated revenues of € 59 billion restated for IFRS 15 and employed a workforce of around 129,000. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as one of the world’s leading space companies. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civil and military rotorcraft solutions worldwide
We also thank the German-French Cultural Centre in Nice (CCFA) and it’s President Tobias Bütow for the warm hospitality and the Institute for Media and Communication Policy in Cologne (IfM) and its Director Dr. Lutz Hachmeister for the content-related support.
The CCFA was founded in 2015 in cooperation with French and German partners. With regard to the great challenges facing Europe and Franco-German relations, the non-profit cultural centre sees itself as a place of Franco-German encounter and dialogue in a Europe of diversity.
The IfM was founded in 2006 by Lutz Hachmeister and is considered one of the most renowned forums for the media industry, communication research and politics.
The Young Professionals Seminars (YPS) are the flagship of United Europe. Two or three times a year, we invite 20 to 25 outstanding young Europeans to a weekend seminar to discuss European topics of particular relevance to the next generation. On the page of the Young European Voices United Europe also publishes opinions and views of participants of our YPS. Please find more information here.