“Election for the destiny of Europe!”, 21 May, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

16 April 2019

The former German Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor Joschka Fischer will speak on the topic "Election of destiny for Europe!” on 21 May 2019 at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Frankfurt UAS).

In his lecture, the former chief diplomat and politician of the Green Party will talk about the election in which the citizens of the European Union will elect the European Parliament for the ninth time from 23 to 26 May 2019. This event is part of the lecture series "Think Europe - Europe thinks" of the Center for Applied European Studies (CAES). Fischer was already a guest at the CAES on 10 June 2016 and opened the Europe Centre with a speech entitled "Think unthinkable - Europe's future!”. After around 1,000 days, he returns to the CAES lectern to discuss Europe's future once again. Participation is free of charge, however Registration is required. The event language is German.

More information in German.

About the Center for Applied European Studies (CAES):

The Center for Applied European Studies (CAES) aims to provide scientific support as well as develop and propose application-oriented solutions for European issues and challenges. Besides research projects and the establishment of think tanks, the CAES will design educational programs and trainings. The organization of symposia, lectures and public events will promote the discussion on the “invention” of Europe and its future within public debates. An additional important objective will be the publication of relevant research findings and discussion outcomes.

Project interdisciplinarity will be paramount to the CAES’ work. New concepts will be developed as a result of international exchange and the continuous collaboration between the four different faculties of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

Additionally, cultural, economic, political and scientific perspectives will be discussed in order to generate new insights.

For more initiatives by European universities in the framework of the upcoming European Parliament elections, please visit our European Elections page.

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