неделя, 16 октомври 2016 г.

2016 Civic Forum “In Search of Lost Universalism”

Berlin, 17-18 October 2016
The Association of Schools of Political Studies is happy to announce the second Berlin Forum: “In Search of Lost Universalism”, which will take place in Berlin on 17-18 October 2016.
The Berlin Forum starts from the presumption that there are many cultures, but only one civilisation founded on Freedom, Human Rights, the Rule of Law and Democracy. This unique and unifying civilisation needs to be constantly reinvigorated.
The Forum will bring together leading cultural figures, experts, representatives of European think tanks, international journalists and alumni of the Schools to address key democratic challenges facing Europe today and to suggest ways of promoting solidarity among young people to combat the current crisis.
Many discussions in different formats will cover, among others, topics such as Security vs. Freedom, Politics of Memory and History, Nationalism and Migration, War and Peace. Keynote addresses will be made by the President of the Association of Schools of Political Studies and former Secretary General of the Council of Europe Catherine Lalumière, German politician and former foreign minister Joschka Fischer, the first Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe Alvaro Gil-Robles, the Founder of the School of Civic Education in Moscow Yuri Senokosov, and other prominent speakers. 
For more information on the event, please visit the Forum's website

My panel:

October 17

16.30–18.30 Panel: Morals and ethics: the second life of nationalism and migration​
Nikolay Epple (Russia)
Daniel Smilov (Bulgaria)
Diana Cosmina Trifu (Romania)
Mikhail Minakov (Ukraine)
Moderation Olga Gulina (Germany)

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