Se­cond Politik­werk­statt: What are Ger­many’s inte­rests in Eu­rope?

„As Germans, we must take responsibility and not shy away from representing our interests in Europe and worldwide!” – this position is recently heard more often. But what precisely are our interests, as Germans and as Europeans?

With the new project “Politikwerkstatt”, Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft and the German Council of Foreign Relations (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik – DGAP) create a new platform for the discourse between experts and policy makers on the one hand and dedicated citizens, opinion leaders and multipliers on the other. The event provides opportunity for both in-depth discussion and the development of new positions. No previous expertise is needed: During the event, the guests will be given an issue related update.

The series started on 4 July in Munich. The second Politikwerkstatt will be held in Dresden:

Politikwerkstatt: What are Germany’s interests in transatlantic relations?
30 October 2018, 6 to 9 pm
Vienna House QF Dresden, Neumarkt 1, 01067 Dresden

A final publication will record the positions that have been developed during the event series. The results will also be presented during the next “Denk ich an Deutschland” conference and will be integrated in discourses with politicians.

If you would like to participate, please register with Anja Paulus,

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