Junge Europäerin des Jahres 2015
Yesterday the majority of the population in the UK has voted to leave the European Union. We at Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe deeply regret this outcome – it is a sad day for Europe.
For 45 years the Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe has been committed to a solidary, open and diverse Europe. With our work we allow young people to get to know Europe and to promote the European idea through platforms for an open and constructive dialogue within Europe.Read More
More than 500 guests celebrated Europe with us: On June 18 the annual European Summer Party took place in the Paulinenhof at the Schwarzkopf Foundation. This year’s theme was, of course, the foundation’s 45th anniversary.Read More
In our annual tradition, we invite you and open the doors of the Paulinenhof. Let’s say cheers to 45 years Schwarzkopf Foundation, a successful development of the foundation and most important in Europe. Especially in these times we need to celebrate Europe and we look forward to welcome you, your families and friends here at the foundation.
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On the 6th of June the Mayor of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Olaf Scholz, welcomed us in the Representation House of Hamburg in Berlin. With a speech on integration in Europe Olaf Scholz opened the second event on keynote speeches on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Schwarzkopf Foundation. With 150 young students and friends of the Foundation Olaf Scholz discussed challenges Europe faces in light of its unrestricted mobility and on opportunities and development potentials that have arisen since migration has started to increase. Olaf Scholz remained confident that the European Union is on the right track solving its tasks. He emphasized that the EU has always stood for stability and prosperity in the eyes of the world and that this image is not about to change.
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