Category Archives: Call for participants

EUNET Youth Committee: Training Course 2017 registration is now open!

EUNET Training Course 2017The EUNET Youth Committee is pleased to invite you to its new training course “Digital Creative Methods”, which will take place in Altenkirchen, Germany from Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd April 2017.
14 places are available with one representative from each organization. Please, keep in mind the age limit of 35 set by the EUNET Youth Committee. The seminar will be entirely conducted in English (no translation provided).

Registration is now open!

Check out the designated website for further information and registration.

Europa Multiplikatoren Seminar 2017

Zielgruppe dieser Veranstaltung der Europäischen Akademie Nordrhein-Westfalen sind Multiplikatoren, insbesondere Lehrerinnen und Lehrer aller Schulformen, aller Fachrichtungen und aus allen Bundesländern sowie Soldatinnen und Soldaten aller Teilstreitkräfte der Bundeswehr. Regelmäßig nehmen an diesen Veranstaltungen auch immer einige Multiplikatoren aus anderen EU-Staaten teil.

Multiplikatoren wirken täglich bewusst oder unbewusst direkt und indirekt auf die politische Meinungsbildung einer erheblichen Zahl anderer, vor allen Dingen junger Menschen ein. Das Seminar soll durch Vermittlung von grundlegenden Informationen zur aktuellen europäischen Politik und durch ein breites Maß an Diskussion die Bereitschaft und Fähigkeit der Teilnehmer(innen) fördern, ihrer Multiplikatorenrolle inhaltlich und argumentativ gerecht werden zu können.

Das diesjährige Europa-Multiplikatoren-Seminar 2017 findet vom 04.12. – 08.12.2017 in Aachen statt.

2017 wird Ereignisse, Herausforderungen und Entscheidungen bescheren, die geeignet sind, das Zusammenleben der Menschen im Rahmen der Europäischen Integration nachhaltig zu verändern. Hiermit soll sich das Seminar beschäftigen, Bilanz ziehen und Perspektiven betrachten.

Der Titel der Veranstaltung lautet deshalb: Was nun, Europa?

Die endgültige Auswahl der zu behandelnden Themen wird aktualitätsbezogen erfolgen. Zur Zeit ist an die Bearbeitung folgender vier Themen gedacht:

  • Europa und der Brexit
  • Die transatlantische Beziehung im Wandel
  • Bestandsaufnahme der Flüchtlingspolitik der Europäischen Union
  • Populismus in der Europäischen Union

Näheres dazu entnehmen Sie bitte dem Flyer Europa Multiplikatoren Seminar 2017
Der Tagungsbeitrag beträgt € 320,- (für ausländische Teilnehmende € 160,-).
Anmeldung Europa Multiplikatoren Seminar 2017

Zur Klärung von weiteren Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Hanns Christhard Eichhorst ( oder +49 (0)228 94930124)

Apply now for the Czech-German Young Professionals Program (CGYPP)!

Czech-German Young Professionals ProgramThe Czech-German Young Professionals Program (CGYPP) is an international network for young professionals from Germany and the Czech Republic. The program links the fields of academia, business, media, public administration and NGOS.

The European Academy Berlin and the Association for International Affairs from Prague are inviting twelve young professionals from Germany and the Czech Republic to participate in a series of workshops and to collaborate on relevant economic, political and social issues. Participants have the opportunity to enter into discussion with distinguished experts and to acquire practical advice, ideas and stimulus for their future professional careers.

The program topic for 2017 “Solidarity, stability and security in post-factual times” will be analyzed and discussed

  • in Prague, 30 March to 2 April 2017
  • in Berlin, 8 to 11 June 2017 and
  • in the border region, 7-10 September 2017.

Those who are interested in current political and social questions as well as in cross-border and cross-sector networking can apply until 15 February 2017. Program language is English, candidates should have at least three years’ work experience.

More information can be found at and

Flyer Czech-German Young Professionals Program 2017

Candidates from the Czech Republic may send their application (letter of motivation and CV) to Zuzana Lizcova, Association for International Affairs, Prague (zuzana.lizcova[at]

Candidates from Germany may send their application to Claudia Rehrs, European Academy Berlin (cr[at]

We are looking forward to your application!

Public consultations on the Europe for Citizens Programme

Europe for CitizensThe European Commission (DG HOME) is currently preparing the mid-term evaluation of the Europe for Citizens programme 2014-2020 and has contracted Deloitte to conduct an external study for this purpose.

In this context, a public consultation in all official EU languages was launched.
The aim of this consultation is to collect views and opinions on the results and impacts of activities and projects co-financed by the Europe for Citizens programme between 2014 and 2016 and to assess their relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and EU added value.
Contributions are sought from individuals, programme stakeholders, public authorities, civil society, beneficiaries and non-successful applicants.

Deadline is April 10th 2017

European Commission public consultation on the Europe for Citizens programme (all EU languages)

In addition to this public consultation run by the Commission, Deloitte is conducting, as part of the  mid-term evaluation, a web-based survey focusing on three different stakeholder groups:

  • action grant beneficiaries,
  • operating grant beneficiaries
  • and non-successful applicants,

asking about first-hand experience with the programme.

Deadline is February 10th 2017

Deloitte survey on the Europe for Citizens programme (English only)

We would highly appreciate if you could take the time to respond to the public consultation and to the web-based survey.

Consumer Classroom Inter-school Competition 2016-2017

consumer classroomNowadays, pupils are familiar with the global fight against climate change towards a more sustainable world. Many of them are wise consumers in the fight against this world challenge, they have learned how to minimize waste and save water.
But are they aware of their impact as energy consumers? Young people won’t become wise consumers unless they learn how to improve their energy consumption.
The aim of this competition is to bring together secondary school teachers in Europe to create an innovative online project with their students on “Smart Energy Consumption”. So find out more, spread the word and register before 17 March 2017.