02 – 06 December 2020, Vienna, Austria
Europeans face Europeans. The national policies of the states making up the old continent continue to shape Europe's future at the expense of Europe as whole. The divisions among the countries are deepening, very often in a way that creates a crisis both internally and in a global context. The constant search of common narratives – as the basis for a common identity-based policy – seems to be increasingly difficult in the face of fragmented political spectrum and ever-more differing policy approaches in Europe. The purpose of the Forum is to provide space for young scientists to find what is common to all Europeans.
As part of the 3-day event, 20 young researchers from all over Europe are invited to present and discuss their research work related to the topic of the Forum, as well as to network among themselves. The conference will take place on the first two days under the direction of experts within four thematically different panels:
Europe as an area of peace and stability
Europe as a space of cultural diversity
Europe as a global actor
If not the EU, is there/has there been an alternative?
The third day is designated for further exchange among participants during a thematically appropriate social programme in Vienna and Lower Austria.