“Allez l’Europe! // Vorwärts Europa!”
A French-German Participative Workshop
for the Renewal of Europe
The project “Allez l’Europe! // Vorwärts Europa!” is meant to foster a dialogue of young committed Europeans and gather impulses for the future of the E.U. Together with subject-specific experts, participants from France and Germany will discuss current topics of the french-german relationships in the EU. You can find the full description of the project here.
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Challenges of a European Fiscal policy:
can we find a common ground?
Very few topics are more heavily discussed between France and Germany than the idea of a common economical and fiscal policy in Europe.
On the 19th of June, french and german governments are holding the annual french-german Council of Ministers (Conseil des Ministres franco-allemand // Deutsch-Französicher Ministerrat) and will issue a joint declaration, among other topics on economic and fiscal aspects of the Eurozone.
On the 23rd of June, Polis180 is hosting a participative workshop in Frankfurt (Main) to discuss the future of the Eurozone. This workshop is a space for students, young professionals & engaged citizens to interact with both experts & each other to develop concrete policy proposals which will then be presented to decision makers. This is a chance for the voice of the young citizen to be heard & to have a say in your own future.
14h15 Workshop phase 1 – Discuss with experts
- Laurent Abraham, Banque de France // Argo Thinktank, Paris
- Dr. Eileen Keller, Deutsch-Französisches Institut Ludwigsburg
- Vincent Sternberg, Volt Frankfurt City Team Lead
15h30 Coffee break and snacks
16h00 Workshop phase 2 – Design policy recommendations
17h30 Reception & live-video-exchange of results with Berlin
18h00 End of the event