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In direct exchange with ambassadors, high-level politicians, journalists, Members of the European Parliament, European Commissioners, prime ministers, scientists and artists, we offer young people the chance to experience politics up-close in our Berlin-based discussion events and to take part in the political process.

Events Programme: Summer Break

04-07-2018 - 03-09-2018

Events Programme: Summer Break

Dear guests of the Schwarzkopf Foundation, during the summer holidays, no events will take place in Berlin. We will be back on September 3rd and look forward to your visit!

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Europe's future and the responsibility of companies . With Ronald Pofalla

03-09-2018, 18:30, Konferenzraum der Schwarzkopf-Stiftung

Europe's future and the responsibility of companies . With Ronald Pofalla

While both the US, through protectionism and punitive tariffs, and Great Britain by opting out of the EU, have opted for economic isolation, the entanglement of companies in Europe continues to develop. Especially transport companies like Deutsche Bahn benefit from a united Europe without borders - should they not also actively promote greater European integration, even beyond individual projects and subsidies? How big is or how big could the impact of companies on society and...

Work 4.0 - How do Europeans work in the future? with Frank Bsirske

04-09-2018, 18:00, Konferenzraum der Schwarzkopf-Stiftung

Work 4.0 - How do Europeans work in the future? with Frank Bsirske

Especially for young people, the question of whether and how they will work later is of enormous importance. "The Internet makes it possible for the first time to completely reorganize work. Good digital work can bring more real freedom into the daily lives of employees. Professionals potentially become independent in terms of time and place." says Frank Bsirske about digital work environments. But is the related long-term accessibility desirable from the point of view of...

"Live without ifs and buts" - historical-witness discussion with Giselle Cycowicz

06-09-2018, 13:00, Konferenzraum der Schwarzkopf-Stiftung

"Live without ifs and buts" - historical-witness discussion with Giselle Cycowicz

She was born in 1927 in Czechoslovakia as Gisela Friedmann. One year before the end of the war, in May 1944, Gisela Friedmann got off the train at the ramp to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Her father was sent to a forced labor camp, the mother, her sister and she in barrack 16 of the C-camp. Until October 1944, the women managed to stay together, then the daughters were transported to the labor camp Mittelsteine, the mother remained...

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