After three intense and very productive days in the workshop groups, it was time to present your results on stage: photographic collages linking Berlin-impressions with personal stories, an emotional stage performance about the Spanish transition, a video installation about crossing
While you’re busy preparing your final presentations for today’s closing event, the summit team is working, too…
Exploring times of transition in the city of Berlin and keep on working in the Alte Börse – the second day of the EUSTORY Summit 2019 comes to an end. That means: One day left to show your peers
What an active first day! Welcome address at the Alte Börse in Berlin-Marzahn, followed by intense hours within the workshop groups and a visit of the German parliament’s dome at night! (Photos 1-7: ©David Ausserhofer / Körber-Stiftung)
When 120 young Europeans from 29 countries come together in Berlin to creatively deal with the legacies of European transitions in 8 workshops, intense experiences are guaranteed..!
Where can we find traces of European transitions and to what extent do they still shape our everyday lives? Together with peers from all over Europe, we will discuss these and other questions during the EUSTORY Summit 2019 “Winds of
At the opening ceremony of the EUSTORY Summit 2019 in Berlin, former Latvian president Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga emphasized that the preservation of multi-party systems, human rights and freedom connected to democracy will stay a dynamic and never-ending task for Europeans .