What’s next for French President-elect Emmanuel Macron?

While the agenda of the freshly elected eighth president of France’s Fifth Republic is still in flux, many key official, electoral, and diplomatic entries are already penciled into Emmanuel Macron’s calendar. May 8: Victory in Europe Day, side-by-side with François Hollande Macron made his first official appearance as president-elect on Monday morning, just hours after…

STUDENT MANIFESTO ON EUROPEAN ANGST

The document below is the result of a collaborative effort of 42 university students – 24 women and 18 men – of whom 20 are EU citizens. It was presented at the conference “European Angst: A conference on populism, extremism and euroscepticism in contemporary European societies”, which took place on 6–7 December 2016 in Brussels, Belgium.…

EUNET: Spring Meeting 2017

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, the spring meeting in 2017 will focus on how do we tackle the challenges of Euroscepticism and Nationalism in our educational work and what role EUNET should play in these efforts for the next three years. For further details visit our partner’s website.…

30 års fødselsdag: Flere end 130.000 danskere har rejst og dygtiggjort sig med Erasmus+

Flere end 130.000 danske elever, studerende, undervisere og frivillige har gennem de sidste 30 år rejst ud i Europa og dygtiggjort sig gennem EU’s Erasmus+-program. I alt har ni millioner europæere benyttet sig af programmet, der har til formål at styrke læring på tværs af europæiske landegrænser. Uddannelses- og forskningsminister Søren Pind glæder sig over,…

20 Recommendations For More Democracy in Europe

On January 25, citizens from 7 European countries will present “20 Recommendations For More Democracy in Europe” to MEPs at a seminar in Brussels. “The most important thing about these proposals is that most of them could materialise immediately, if only the political will is there,” says Finn Rowold, Chairman of the International Sonnenberg Association (ISA)…

Happy retirement!

Our dear friend and executive director of IUC-Europe, Nina Nørgaard, has officially resigned from her teaching position at Sankt Annæ Gymnasium after years of devoted service. Her guidance and encouragement have helped many students and coworkers to thrive in a very competitive environment, and everybody at the school has been fortunate to have her expertise to rely on. On this…