President Macron has already proposed a wide and substantial set of ideas how to advance within the European Union. After a long period of transition in Berlin, Germany has eventually
President Macron has already proposed a wide and substantial set of ideas how to advance within the European Union. After a long period of transition in Berlin, Germany has eventually come up with tentative answers.
In view of current challenges such as the migration crisis, Europe needs new dynamics for overdue, sustainable reforms. We believe that this will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to renew the European Union and bring it closer to its citizens.
At our CEO Roundtable in Paris we are bringing together leading personalities from European politics and business to discuss President Macron’s ideas, the changes needed in Europe, and what we can do to help bring them about. The discussion will be held in English under Chatham House Rules.
(Thursday) 19:30 - 22:00
Hôtel de Beauharnais, Residence of the Ambassador of Germany to France in Paris
On October 12th and 13th, 2018, United Europe's next Young Professionals Seminar will take place, this time at Andrássy University in beautiful Budapest. In cooperation with Innogy, we are inviting
On October 12th and 13th, 2018, United Europe’s next Young Professionals Seminar will take place, this time at Andrássy University in beautiful Budapest. In cooperation with Innogy, we are inviting young talents between 18 and 35 years from all over Europe and from all professions to a seminar on:
„EUROPE OF THE REGIONS“
Torn by migration and boarder issues, debates about further integration and European sovereignty, the European Union is facing multiple challenges these days. Those challenges are also driven by the question of identity. Separatist movements in Catalonia and Scotland underpin the political dimension of identity. A con-federal system giving regions broader competences looks appealing and seems to be a powerful political development. Figures show that regional engagement in Europe continues to grow at an exponential rate. Regions themselves continue to operate actively in Europe and occupy a central position in debates about past trends and possible futures of the EU. And the EU, for its part, is enhancing multilevel governance by working with the European Committee of the Regions.
Europe of the Regions is the name of a political concept designed to promote the regions in the EU member states and support their regional autonomy. This federalist approach is expected to lead to a more efficient regional administration with greater expertise and proximity to the citizens, a strengthening of the competitiveness and infrastructures of the regions and the implementation of the principles of subsidiarity.
According to the constitutional lawyer Josef Isensee, the European regions are “vital elements of European identity”. Here its variety is rooted, the ‘inexhaustible wealth’ that constitutes its essence.
In our Young Professionals Seminar we want to discuss the history, impact, function and future of European regions:
– What role are they playing and likely to play in the emerging governance structures of the EU?
– What impact do they have on the institutional future of Europe?
– What is the European Committee of the Regions doing, what impact does it have?
– What is the role of economic clusters in the network of European regions?
– What are the growth possibilities of European regions and their pre-conditions?
– What is fascinating for you about the work of European institutions – what do you think about the regional presence?
– How would you tell your/a region’s historic background as an example of successful or unsuccessful regional politics in Europe? What are the chances of history repeating itself?
Please find the complete application call here.
october 12 (Friday) - 13 (Saturday)
Pollack Mihály tér 3
The European Council EU summit on 18 – 19th October, 2018 is a key milestone in the Brexit process, when EU leaders intend to finalise the text of a withdrawal
The European Council EU summit on 18 – 19th October, 2018 is a key milestone in the Brexit process, when EU leaders intend to finalise the text of a withdrawal agreement and a declaration on the future relationship with the UK.
On Monday, 22th October, United Europe will host a CEO Roundtable in Berlin to discuss the direct consequences of Brexit for Europe and its place in the world, in advance of the withdrawal treaty being debated and ratified in the UK and European parliaments. The agreement is not the end of the Brexit process, rather the beginning of a new, more important phase when the EU will be identifying its own objectives for its relationship with the UK and other countries.
The event takes place in cooperation with the Anglo-German Association.
(Monday) 18:30 - 22:00