Thrivable World Quest Berlin – 24 April 2014

On April 23, 2014, in Allgemein, by CFE Team

Citizens For Europe is hosting the upcoming Thrivable World Quest in Berlin, 24 April 2014. The workshop takes place at the same time around the globe and this time focuses on meaning in organisations. We will explore what brings you to life in your work? What’s the impact of meaning for you, for your organization and for the world? What can we discover together about creating the conditions for meaning in any organization?

Join us at 6.30 p.m. at Invalidenstraße 110, room 421. Snacks and drinks are provided. Participation is free and you can find more information and the registration here:
Thrivable World Quest

 

Wahlrecht für Alle Das nächste Koordinationstreffen des Bündnis Wahlrecht für Alle findet am 29. April 2014 um 18h im Nachbarschaftshaus Urbanstraße statt. Beim Treffen werden wir die weitere Planung für den Aktionstag zum Volksentscheid Tempelhofer Feld am 24.mai 2014 vorantreiben. Außerdem wollen wir an unserer gerade gestarteten Fotokampagne weiterarbeiten (https://www.facebook.com/wahlrechtfueralle)  und uns um die Medien- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit kümmern.

Das Treffen ist für alle interessierte Personen offen.
Bei Fragen jederzeit bei Louisa Prause melden: prause@citizensforeurope.org, Tel: +49 30 20 93 8332

Wir freuen uns auf euch!

 

 

 

Open Citizenship Vol. 5, Issue 2: 2014

Open Citizenship

We here at Open Citizenship are very sorry to announce that we are postponing the call for papers for our upcoming edition of the journal for 6 months.

We will be producing Open Citizenship: Youth in Europe- A Lost Generation?  in December 2014 – 6 months after the initial deadline date. During the interval, the Open Citizenship team will focus on strengthening the journal’s position within academic, institutional and civil society sectors. We thank everyone who has submitted an abstract already, and appreciate that a postponement of this sort is always disappointing. We are of course open to discussing papers, ideas and abstracts for future editions of the journal during this time too, and if you would like to discuss any issues further, please get in contact at singh@citizensforeurope.org.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, and we look forward to producing the next edition in December (hopefully in more amenable political circumstances for young people!)

All the best,

From the Open Citizenship team.

About the journal

The journal Open Citizenship is a resource for and by people concerned with citizenship, migration and political participation in the European Union. Published twice each year, and distributed by way of libraries, conferences, NGOs and professional networks, Open Citizenship is a hybrid journal that combines scholarly work with commentary and information by and valuable to civil society actors, academics and decision-makers.

Open Citizenship is a project of Citizens For Europe e.V., a non-profit association that carries out innovative projects, events and political actions to foster the development of an inclusive and participatory European Union and the establishment of a residence-based EU citizenship.