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For Our Freedom And Yours

IX International European Forum "Europe With A View To The Future"

Forum "Europe With a View to the Future" is an international socio-political project. Participants debate the current condition of Europe and Europeans. It is a meeting of heroes and creators of change, representing different generations, disciplines and perspectives. They all share a common concern for the future of the European Union and the ambition to act effectively in countries bordering on the community – primarily the Eastern Partnership countries and the Western Balkans. The Forum – a response to the need for European reflection, attracts a range of experts as well as those interested in a public debate on the current challenges of our continent.

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For Our Freedom And Yours. IX International European Forum Gdańsk – Lviv, 18-19/05/2023 Europejskie Centrum Solidarnośći
For Our Freedom And Yours. IX International European Forum Gdańsk – Lviv, 18-19/05/2023

The theme of this year’s edition was determined on the basis of continuous analyzes of the situation in Europe. Undoubtedly, the most important topic on the European continent remains the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. Therefore, it will become the focal point of discussions and activities during the forum. It will be important to look at the current situation from different angles.
In addition, other issues that are being highlighted today are worth discussing:

  • new dimensions of decolonization processes in Europe;
  • the situation of regions and local identities;
  • European diversity and the potential for further development of the EU.

The latter is of particular importance in the context of the perspectives of the European Neighborhood Policy. Last year brought Moldova and Ukraine the status of EU candidates. Contrary to expectations, however, Georgia did not receive it. What are the membership prospects for this country? The question about the remaining countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus), as well as the countries of the Western Balkans, also remains open.

The forum will be held in three languages: Polish, English and Ukrainian, please join the online broadcasts.

ORGANISERS: European Solidarity Centre, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Office Poland, Centre for Freedom and Democracy in Lviv

For more information and link to broadcast please press here.


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