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Cartoon Cube in Maastricht

January 13, 2022 - 16

Conference on the Future of Europe, citizen's panels

January 14, 2022 - 16

G30 Meeting with French ambassador Luis Vassy

January 14, 2022

Live Café Europa Recording

January 14, 2022

On the Eve of the Future of Europe

January 14, 2022
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Cartoon Cube in Maastricht

The cube showcases the shortlisted cartoons of the 2021 European Cartoon Award in a spectacular fashion. The award, founded by Studio Europa and European Press Prize, recognises courage and quality in the field of cartooning and fosters conversation on the topic of Europe.

Conference on the Future of Europe, citizen’s panels

European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) and Studio Europa Maastricht from Maastricht University (SEM) have been selected by the European institutions to offer expertise and support to a pan-European citizens' summit that will be organised as part of the Conference on the Future of Europe. In addition to Maastricht, citizens’ panels will be held in Dublin, Florence and Warsaw.    EU in the world and migration in focus The Maastricht panels will become

G30 Meeting with French ambassador Luis Vassy

On the first day of the citizen's panels, the students of the G30 initiative will meet with the French Ambassdor to the Netherlands, Mr Luis Vassy. Together they will discuss the participation of the youth in the Conference on the Future of Europe.  

Live Café Europa Recording

Centre Ceramique Avenue Ceramique 50, Maastricht, Limburg

Live recording of Café Europa, a well-known podcast in The Netherlands that focuses on European current affairs and European integration. In this episode the (non)sense of the Conference on the Future of Europe, as well as the topics of the citizen panels: migration in the EU and EU in the world, will be discussed with Belgian

On the Eve of the Future of Europe

Aula Minderbroedersberg Minderbroedersberg 4-6, Maastricht, Limburg

Panel discussion with Belgian cultural historian David van Reybrouck, and German scholar Prof Ulrike Guérot, moderated by Marcel René Bamberg. At the event, the speakers discuss the relevance and value of participative democratic models for shaping the future of EU affairs.   

Debathetub in Maastricht

Strangers meet each other in a bathtub in a public space in Maastricht and debate a topic that is related to migration and the role of EU in the world, the central themes of the Maastricht citizen's panel. The encounters will be presented in a YouTube video.  

Creathon

Every year, the Lille European Metropolis (MEL) and the French-Dutch Network (RFN), an operator of the French Embassy to the Netherlands based at the University of Lille, organise a creathon. This pressure cooker style event focuses on developing innovative entrepreneurial projects and lasting ties between Lille Metropole, Belgium and the Netherlands.  The topic of this edition will be circular

Launch Oral History Project

The oral history project (OHP) focuses on memories of politicians, among others, about (Dutch) European politics before, during and after the establishment of the Maastricht Treaty. The heritage staff of Studio Europa interviewed key political players at the time of the signing of the Maastricht Treaty in 1991/1992. The digital database with the first interviews will be presented in February. 

Euro at 30: lessons learnt and ways forward

In 1992, European leaders agreed in Maastricht upon launching the European Monetary Union. 30 years later, it is time to take stock and reflect: what of the Eurozone framework as designed in the ‘80's and ‘90's remains relevant after the financial debt crisis, Brexit, the pandemic and climate change? Eminent speakers discuss how we can join the dots to create a European Monetary Union that protects the

Rethinking European economic policy in the “E”MU

In 1992, European leaders agreed in Maastricht upon launching the European Monetary Union. 30 years later, it is time to take stock and reflect: what of the Eurozone framework as designed in the ‘80’s and ‘90’s remains relevant after the financial debt crisis, Brexit, the pandemic and climate change? Eminent speakers discuss how we can join the dots to create a European Monetary Union that protects the

European Monetary and Fiscal Policy -What’s Next?

In 1992, European leaders agreed in Maastricht upon launching the European Monetary Union. 30 years later, it is time to take stock and reflect: what of the Eurozone framework as designed in the ‘80’s and ‘90’s remains relevant after the financial debt crisis, Brexit, the pandemic and climate change? Eminent speakers discuss how we can join the dots to create a European Monetary Union that protects the

Finance in Europe, what vision for the future?

In 1992, European leaders agreed in Maastricht upon launching the European Monetary Union. 30 years later, it is time to take stock and reflect: what of the Eurozone framework as designed in the ‘80’s and ‘90’s remains relevant after the financial debt crisis, Brexit, the pandemic and climate change? Eminent speakers discuss how we can join the dots to create a European Monetary Union that protects the

The smalltalk that makes Europe

Launch of theatre tour, produced in close collaboration with Maastricht theatre collective Hoge Fronten. Through participatory theatre, a neighbourhood in Maastricht and Liege are connected to celebrate the smalltalk that makes Europe.