2016 Forum for Young Professionals "Europe Lab"Camps 09.03.2016
The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum invites young professionals aged between 25 and 35 from the EU, Russia, and other European states to apply for the 2nd edition of the "Europe Lab" Forum, a successor format of the "Pilorama Lab" Project held at the Memorial Centre of the History of Political Repressions "" (Russia).
Forum for Young Professionals "Europe Lab" is a unique communication and exchange platform for change makers from all over Europe working in public administration, business, NGOs, universities, think tanks, and other fields of professional engagement.
Main goals of “Europe Lab” are to enable cross-sector cooperation and promote exchange of ideas, develop partner networks, and encourage common projects of young professionals in Europe in several areas.
The working language of the Forum is English.
“Europe Lab” will take place on 21–24 July 2016 in Croatia – Zagreb and Vukovar – with an excursion to the local , which keeps memory of all the victims of the Homeland War in former Yugoslavia (1991-1995) and of the Battle of Vukovar (1991) – as a place of mourning and warning for future generations not to repeat fatal faults and atrocities of the past.
The programme of “Europe Lab” 2016 includes four workshops:
• Wars After 1989 – Is There a Chance for Reconciliation?
• Brave New Media – A Jilted Generation
• Refugees (Un)Welcome – Caught in a Trafficking Jam
• Social Entrepreneurship – Rooted in Community
Each workshop will be curated by a coordinator.
The best common projects, whose ideas were elaborated during the workshops, will be granted. The winners will receive advice from prominent experts in their area as well as coordinators and speakers. The results will be presented at the 7th General Assembly of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum on 1-3 February 2017 in Helsinki, Finland.
Young professionals aged between 25 and 35 from the EU, Russia, and other European states are welcome to apply
Costs for workshops, accommodation, and meals are covered by organisers. Travel costs are borne by participants themselves.