2013 as the European Year of Citizens is a time to reflect on the current crisis and the future of European citizenship. The Oecumene team organised an event that responded to a double purpose. Divided in two sessions, the aim of the morning session was to hold a debate on how European citizenship is constructed, and how it can become genuinely open. The afternoon conference opened a dialogue between academics and activists on a wide range of issues, such as migration, security, feminism, democracy.
A wide range of speakers included:
Please see the attached document for a full presentation of the event and the programme.
The event was organised by: Teresa Pullano, within the framework of the EUCITISPACE Marie Curie IEF Project, Iker Barbero, Jack Harrington, Niccolo Milanese of European Alternatives, and Amandine Scherrer.
Related video materials are available:
Morning session at the European Parliament:
Please visit our playlist on our YouTube Channel.
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