Neue Europa-Studie: Welche EU-Politik die Deutschen von einer neuen Bundesregierung erwarten Studie mit repräsentativer Befragung von Johannes Hillje und Dr. Christine Pütz
Mit der anstehenden Bundestagswahl endet die Kanzlerschaft von Angela Merkel – und damit eine Epoche der deutschen Europapolitik. Die diesjährige Studie „Selbstverständlich europäisch!?“ untersucht, welche Erwartungen die Bürgerinnen und Bürger an die Europapolitik der nächsten Bundesregierung haben. Zudem erhebt die Langzeitstudie nun schon im dritten Jahr das deutsche Selbstbild bezüglich Deutschlands Rolle in der EU.
What kind of policies are needed to support the European arts and culture scene? How can new digital spaces empower cultural actors across Europe? To answer these questions, Das Progressive Zentrum and the Goethe-Institut organised the “Europe takes part!” digital summit on 29 April 2021.
Artists and cultural workers are among the worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic. While some countries have offered support, others have let their artists down. Especially independent creators without connections to well-established cultural institutions are struggling. In this Interview, Dr Michael Wimmer, a renowned political scientist, offers an overview of this sector’s current situation and future challenges. An industry that he predicts will permanently change due to the pandemic’s wave of digitisation.
A new cooperation platform for civil society will launch its exploration phase on 1 March 2021. The „European Hub for Civic Engagement“ will strengthen democracy in Europe by providing a digital infrastructure for activists and operatives of civil society organisations (CSOs). Since 2019, the „Hub“ has been developed in an extensive consultation process involving hundreds of civil society actors from across Europe.
Common Values for the European Public Sphere The Third Episode of our Podcast Talking Progress.
Our new podcast Talking Progress dives headfirst into everything progressive. In its first series, we analyse what needs to be achieved to create a European Public Sphere. In its third episode, we have invited two guests to evaluate how Europeans appraise European values and why the European Union should implement civic education.
Civil Society Cooperation for the European Public Sphere The Second Episode of our Podcast Talking Progress.
Our new podcast Talking Progress dives headfirst into everything progressive. In its first series, we analyse what needs to be achieved to create a European Public Sphere. We have invited two guests to evaluate which role transnational activism can play in this and how the European Union should encourage and support civil society cooperation across European borders.
Media for a European Public Sphere The First Episode of Talking Progress.
Our new podcast Talking Progress dives headfirst into everything progressive. In its first series, we analyse what needs to be achieved to create a European Public Sphere. For this first episode, we have invited two journalists to reflect on cross-border journalism and media cooperation. Can these approaches boost the European Public Sphere?
A public sphere is not only created and stimulated through media or marketplaces – but also art and culture. Since they play such an important role in Europe and for connecting people, Das Progressive Zentrum felt like it was important to give them both a role at the Daring New Spaces Summit on the European Public Sphere.
Over 100 participants discussed and debated future visions for Europe during the Daring New Spaces Summit on the European public sphere on 10 December. In keynotes and debates, and listening to pitches and poetry, the participants envisioned what Europe and its public sphere could and should look like in 2025. The event culminated with two project fellows interviewing Minister of State for Europe, Michael Roth (DE) and Tiago Antunes (PT), Secretary of State Assistant to the Prime-Minister.
The interdependence of European solidarity, European cohesion and a European public sphere Jana Puglierin | 2020
Beyond the doom and gloom that has dominated media coverage of the EU in recent years, there is another story to tell: the story of a strong and resilient European cohesion, which has held Europeans together like a powerful glue during the past decade of crises. Based on several data projects of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), Jana Puglierin sheds light on the interdependence of European solidarity, European cohesion and a European public sphere.
Individual countries will not be able to successfully address society’s current challenges. Only a solidarity-based and networked Europe can rise to the occasion. For this, we need new spaces and methods of collaboration to strengthen the European public sphere. Join us on 10 December, 2:00 – 5:00 pm CET as participants from around Europe come together to debate and discuss the Europe of tomorrow.
The future needs a vibrant European public sphere. But we need to work in the present to make it a reality.
Das neue Projekt des Progressiven Zentrums will Zukunftsvisionen für eine europäische Öffentlichkeit entwickeln und in die Trio-Ratspräsidentschaft der Europäischen Union (EU) einbringen.
Im Kontext des Projekts „TruLies – The Truth about Lies on Europe“ wurde am 10. November 2015 im Progressiven Zentrum das Buch „The Populist Signal“ von Claudia Chwalisz vorgestellt und diskutiert. Chwalisz plädierte für demokratische Innovationen als Antwort auf Populismus.