Green European Foundation is hosting a Summer School in Poland between the 14th and 17th of July, in partnership with Heinrich Böll Foundation and the support of Fundacja Strefa Zieleni.
Borders are back! After 60 years of peace in Europe and the gradual abolition of its internal borders, Europe is now experiencing the full force of the backlash. National borders are once again being heralded as the essential panacea for the multiple crises which have shaken Europe right down to the depths of its foundations. This threatens the hard-won gains of Schengen and of European integration at its very heart. In response to these developments, the Green European Journal dedicates its 12th volume to new analyses and perspectives on the issue. New thinking on borders for new thinking on Europe!
With this fully updated and revised edition of what was previously called the Manual for Europe, GEF continues with its mission to bring Europe closer to citizens in order to foster greater involvement and awareness of the European Union and its politics. Download or order your copy in English, French, German or Spanish now!
A new book featuring conversations with European politicians and activists on the issues around religion and how it intersects with public and political life has been published by the Green European Foundation with the support of its partners Bureau De Helling and Green Foundation Ireland.
Green European Foundation organised a Debate about this topic in London on the 2nd of June, with the support of the Green House Think Tank UK.
Green European Foundation hosted a Summer School in Dublin on the 27th and 28th of May, with the support of the Green Foundation Ireland.
Heinrich Böll Stiftung organised an international conference, on the 26th and 27th of May in Berlin, with a focus on Refugee and Asylum Policy in Europe. The conference was organised in cooperation with the Green European Foundation.
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National Green foundations, the Green Group in the European Parliament and the European Green Party are GEF's main stakeholders. National Green foundations are active in engaging citizens in political dialogue in their respective national contexts.
Our European level stakeholders are partners in creating a European-wide Green debate. GEF aims to be a platform for exchange and co-operation at European level. Highlighting some of our partner foundations' news and events is a first step in enhancing this network and enabling exchange.