The annual report provides an overview of all GEF's projects from last year, giving you a summary of the people GEF has been working with, the places we have been active, and the topics we have focused on over the course of 2015, in collaboration with our partner...
At a time when the European Union faces numerous obstacles, this 13th edition of the Green European Journal explores the forces of integration and disintegration at play today in Europe. An exploration, in sum, of the tectonic shifts occurring beneath the surface. As a new political landscape emerges and as tensions between retreating and openness in Europe appear, the question is: what is the purpose of European integration and where is it leading?
Green European Foundation is organising a number of Summer Universities in 2016 on a variety of topics. These educational events are hosted throughout Europe, in collaboration with many national Green partners. This year's programme reflects the ongoing social, political and environmental issues within the European context and it provides relevant analysis of national case studies. The participants will be provided with opportunities to make new connections, broaden horizons and have fascinating debates. Specific information about this year's offer is available on this page.
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!
Green European Foundation organised a training workshop for young journalists from Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia, with the support of the BlueLink Foundation. The event took place in Bulgaria, between the 18th and 21st of June 2016.
The Green European Journal organised a panel discussion in connection to its latest edition 'Checkpoint Europe: The Return of Borders' on Saturday May 21st in the framework of the spring council of the European Green Party.
This conference took place in Madrid on the 18th of May and it consisted of workshops and debates related to the current refugees and asylum policy crisis in Europe. The event was organised by the Green European Foundation, with the support of Fundación EQUO.
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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.