This year New Europeans celebrates our sixth anniversary.
On 12 June 1929, 90 years ago Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt.
The Civil Society Days 2019 will take place at a crucial moment for Europe, namely after the Sibiu Summit and the European elections and ahead of the constitution of the new European Parliament and European Commission.
What is keeping the EU together, what is driving it apart? Where do we see common values, where do they differ? Organised by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) in Berlin, the State Government of North Rhine-Westphalia.
On the 9th of June 1937, in the French spa town of Bagnoles-de-l'Orne, the Rosselli brothers, Carlo and Nello, were assassinated by a French fascist group, likely on the orders of Mussolini.
Thirty years ago, on June 4, the first partially free elections took place in Poland. Democracy won and civil society was born - conscious, active and solidary. We want to celebrate this time - to be together.
The Forum will be organized by the Civil Society Development Foundation in Romania and CNVOS Slovenia (Center for Information, Cooperation and NGO Development).
New Europeans is honoured to be the 2019 winner of the Schwarzkopf Europe Award. The prize will be awarded by Martin Schulz MdB at a cermony at the European Commission headquarters in Berlin.
Italian National Day Greetings to all Italian democrats on this day of the Republic - long live democracy, long live freedom, long live the Italian Republic!
Next in our series of information sessions about Settled Status for EU citizens in the UK supported by the AIre Centre and Trust for London.