European Challenges 2014 – 2020
The annual conference and General Assembly 2013 of EUNET took place from September 27th to 29th 2013 in Bonn (Germany).
This years conference focused on some of the challenges Europe is facing over the next couple of years with regard to politics and education.
The aim was to bring the participants up-to-date on several topics related to the work of our network and the participation of citizens in the process of the European integration.
With the 2013 conference programme we tried to balance a maximum of content with a maximum of allocated time for working groups.
Participants had the chance to propose additional topics for workshops during registration process to make this part of the conference as target group orientated as possible.
Presentations given during the conference are now available for download:
Rechtsruck in Europa
Fleur Ansaldi: Presentation FFME
Richard Stock: Digital culture
Stephan Koppelberg: Erasmus+
Thomas Heckeberg: Europe for Citizens 2014 2020 Europa fĂŒr BĂŒrgerinnen und BĂŒrger 2014 - 2020
Wolfgang Forthofer: Mehrwert Europa - Mehrwert Frieden
Michael Stange: EP elections 2014 project "voting card"
Karsten Lucke: blog www.firsttimevoters2014.com
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Please download the programme below (last update 24.09.2013)
The conference takes place at:
Graurheindorfer Str. 149
fon: 0228 / 98 96-0
fax: 0228 / 98 96-111
Interpreters will be available for German, English and French on Friday and Saturday until 15:30h
150 Euro to be paid cash (in EURO) upon arrival.
100 Euro for a second representative of the same organisation.
Accommodation is in single rooms. Upon request you may be put up in a double room (see registration form)
Travel cost reimbursement
Travel cost will be reimbursed up to a maximum of 200âŹ.
Reimbursements will be made by bank transfer after we have received the required documents together with this form from you.
If you are not familiar with the form for travel cost reimbursement, here is a tutorial for you.
EUNET will cover the cost for two nights (September 27th to 29th 2013). All additional nights are on your own expense.
Please see below for detailed travel cost rules !
How to get there ?
A 565 until exit âBonn-Auerbergâ, direktion city, after ca. 200 meter on right side or follow your GPS-system.
Final destination is Bonn Hauptbahnhof (main station) or for high speed trains (ICE) Siegburg.
If you travel to Bonn:
Leave station through main entrance take tram 61 direction Auerberg, step off at stop âInnenministeriumâ. Walk back 50 meters. CJD is on the right side.
If you travel to Siegburg:
take tram 66 station is in the basement) until âStadthausâ Bonn, change to tram 61 direction Auerberg, step off at stop âInnenministeriumâ. Walk back 50 meters. CJD is on the right side.
The closest airport is Cologne/Bonn. Nevertheless it’s worth to check the connections to Frankfurt and DĂŒsseldorf and go by train from there.
From Cologne/Bonn airport to CJD
Take bus 670 direktion Bonn and step off at âInnenministeriumâ. You will find CJD after 50 meter on right side.
Feel free to check your flight options with Skyscanner.
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