The celebration 2022 has passed. Welcome to join us next year!
Welcome to an afternoon of captivating lectures on the history and contemporary practices of Europe Day credos; public roundtable talks on integration & democracy – and, of course, some exquisite cake!
Lund City Library, Atriumgården (Sankt Petri Kyrkogata 6).
Maria Strömvik, Deputy Director of the Centre for European studies at Lund University, offers a public lecture on the history of Europe Day and the relevance of its core principles in the context of current turmoil.
Headquartered here in Lund, Trans Europe Halles represents one of Europe’s largest cultural networks with 135 member organisations from 39 countries. Focused on arts, people & buildings, you might say they serve as a model example of the keystone tenet of Europe Day; peaceful prosperous unity through de facto solidarity. A presentation by Tiffany Fukuma, Managing Director at TEH.
Ekska huset (Sankt Petri Kyrkogata 4).
"Fika" with cake, coffee, tea & mingle 14:00-14:30. Come enjoy Europe-cake with us!
Public roundtable, 14:30-16:00.
How can international citizens participate in local democracy? Meet municipality politicians and make your voice heard! Introduction and moderation by Axel Wallin, Social Sustainability Manager at Eos Cares.
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Registration will be made available approximately two weeks before the event.
The event is free of charge – but please unregister if you are not able to attend. Thanks for your understanding!
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