Berlin's initiative for the Conference on the Future of Europe
Network and platform for the Europeans of Berlin
What is the Berlin Initiative?
In the upcoming months, the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE) will gather voices, hopes, and ideas. It is dedicated to the question of how we all envision the Europe of tomorrow. The Berlin Initiative for the Conference on the Future of Europe offers opportunities and scopes to enter in conversation with all Berlin actors, connecting them to Europe.
How does the Berlin Initiative work?
Representatives of numerous Berlin organizations meet regularly for short discussion rounds. The goal is to better coordinate Berlin projects, proposals, and events related to Europe and linked to the Conference on the Future of Europe. Within this framework, they present upcoming activities to each other, leading to cooperation, project ideas, and the exchange of specific Berlin approaches.
Who is involved?
The participants of the previous rounds can be found in the partners’ overview.
Partners and participants of the Berlin Initiative for the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Representatives of the following organizations have participated in the previous rounds:
- Berlin House of Representatives
- Academy of Arts Berlin
- Federal Foreign Office
- Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe
- Berlin Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family Affairs
- Berlin State Center for Political Education
- Europa-Union Berlin
- European Academy Berlin
- European Movement Germany
- Europe Direct Information Center Berlin
- State Working Group of the European Commissioners of the Berlin Districts
- Berlin State Sports Association
- Museum of European Cultures
- Representation of the European Commission in Berlin
- Representation of the European Parliament in Berlin
- Foundation Future Berlin
In addition, members of the Berlin House of Representatives and the European Parliament will take part to the rounds of the Berlin Initiative, including Hildegard Bentele (MEP), Gaby Bischoff (MEP), Martina Michels (MEP), Andreas Otto (MEP) and Frank Zimmermann (MEP).
How many meetings have taken place and when is the next one?
Meetings to date:
November 3, 2020
January 15, 2021
March 19, 2021
April 23, 2021
June 4, 2021
July 30, 2021
How can I get involved?
The Berlin Initiative meetings are open to everyone in Berlin and the nearby region. We hope to see participants who would like to contribute to the Conference on the Future of Europe in the coming months and years.
We aim to tag the content of our initiative with the hashtag #CoFoE_BERLIN to be easily recognized in our partners' many social media.
Where can I find more information about Berlin topics at the Future Conference?
You find further information on the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe web page: www.berlin.de/zukunftskonferenz
Here you can reach the Conference on the Future of Europe’s official platform.
Further notes, charts, and information are in the boxes Future Package, Questionnaire, and Partners listed below.