Addressing Europe's Unfinished Business
This year’s conference is over, but read more about the 2016 edition here and tune in for next year!
New reasons for hope in challenging times
Economic, social and environmental crises, overlaid by the increase in mass migration, have caused many Europeans to question the traditional narratives to which they look for identity and purpose. Changing times require each of us to relate differently to each other, and all who live in Europe, whatever their origin, will need to live differently. As we do this, hopeful new narratives will arise.
This conference will be an opportunity for people from across the continent to gather and listen to each other. We will reflect on the changes we each need to make, and common actions we can undertake, to help create a more secure, just and sustainable Europe.
This year's AEUB conference will be on the theme 'New reasons for hope in challenging times'.
- Addressing Europe’s Unfinished Business (AEUB) is a four-year programme that seeks to engage European citizens from all backgrounds to conceive and participate in actions developing a spirit of partnership and solidarity across Europe in order to achieve the needed peacebuilding efforts in this continent. This programme reaches out to the 47 countries which are members of the Council of Europe, plus Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kosovo.
Aims & Goals
- To encourage each participant to think about their own personal role by gaining and offering respect to one another for our personal and national beliefs, values, identity, history and culture.
- What are the common foundations for tomorrow’s Europe?
- How can we live together?
- How could we work together?
- How could we understand each other better and share a common responsibility for the future?
- Immigration, cultural and religious minorities, interethnic conflict, peacebuilding, and more!
- European citizens from various backgrounds, fields and levels of expertise, both personal and professional with a strong commitment and sense of responsibility towards the future of Europe. Families and children of all ages accompanying their parents are welcome.
Enquiry Streams 2016
IS1 - New Narratives for Europe: Offering the hope of change and a role in bringing it about.
IS2 - Learning to Live in a Multicultural Europe: Building healthy relationships between ethnic and religious minority communities and majority communities in Europe.
IS3 - How do the Neighbours See Us?: An exploration of world views seen from East and from West.
- Please download the brochure 2016 here.
- Please download the AEUB programme 2016 here.
- Please download the Young Ambassadors Programme 2016 here.
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