The programs- they are the heart of Polis180. They offer our members a platform to network, identify relevant issues of foreign and European policy, and exchange views to collectively develop specific content. Our members are the masterminds of our generation, and therefore our greatest asset. How should you recognize them as? For their high motivation, their new ideas and the fact that they take on large responsibilities. Their creativity and ideas bring diversity- in our own events, in posts for the Polis Blog, Polis Paper, Polis Briefs or media contributions.
What does the future of the Euro look like? What policies should the EU maintain with its neighbors? Re-nationalization or a further deepening of EU institutions? Which topics on European policy would you like to not only form an opinion of, but put it in action? In the EU program you can bring your questions and ideas about European policy to the table.
Globalization has not necessarily led to a more political common ground or a more free and secure international order. Economic and social links through communication systems have brought new risks. Because Germany is the hub of global economic, migration, and data networks, it is now more than ever exposed to new threats.
Migration, asylum and integration have never been so widely discussed in the media, society, and politics as in recent months. Often these political debates are emotional, regardless of scientific knowledge. The program Migration tries using science-based analysis and innovative policy recommendations to break the deadlocked myths and demonstrate new possibilities for action.