06.02-13.03.2017

The Barcelona debate: old Europe, new utopias

A CCCB affiliate series of talks
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Towards a new Europe With a succession of crises and an ageing population, Europe can feel like it has seen better days. With this series CCCB looks for Europe's new utopias, asking what we can learn from our past achievements and how we can establish new ones moving forwards.
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29.11-02.12.2016

Aktionstage: refugees – migration – democracy

A multipartner associate symposium
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Forwards through adversity The influx of newcomers to Europe's shores overwhelmed many states and threw our politics into disarray, but, where states failed, civil society often stepped into the breach. How can we learn from the actions of the past year and historical examples to ensure that civil action strengthens our democracies going forwards?
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23-25.09.2016

Vienna Humanities Festival 2016

An IWM & Wien Museum festival, in cooperation with TTT
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A world in flux September 2016 sees Vienna's first ever Vienna Humanities Festival. Under this year's motto, andernorts/out of place, the festival will feature around 40 discussions, readings and talks on the movement of ideas, objects and people, seeking to provide clarity on the constant flow of the modern world around us. Watch the recordings!

22.06.2016

Stories of each other: do we care?

An evening of stories, featuring a Free Word TTT debate
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Humanity on the move Free Word, in association with Counterpoint Arts, the Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants & a fantastic cast of renowned international authors, presents an evening of discussion and stories, centred around newly arrived communities, the experience of leaving home and what happens to us when we arrive in a new place.
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10-11.03.2016

The next reset? The West and Russia between the Crimea and ISIS

A Krytyka Polityczna affiliate debate
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The sacrificial lamb? As geopolitical interests converge, Russia has been begrudgingly accepted back into the international fold. But what of the forgotten shadow war in Eastern Europe? Could conflict in the Middle East and its knock on effect in terms of immigration to Europe lead to a favourable compromise for Russia in the Donbass region and the Crimea?
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08.02.2016

Towards a new Europe?

A European Alternatives / Talk Real affiliate debate
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Democratise or disintegrate? On the 8th February 2016, Talk Real hosted a special webshow, featuring Lorenzo Marsili, Marisa Matias, Valentina Orazzini, Sławomir Sierakowski and Yanis Varoufakis. On the eve of DiEM 25's launch, this debate looked at European fragmentation and chances for a new Europe.
Watch Talk Real's debate and DiEM 25's launch!

13-17.11.2015

The CEF 2015. Everyone is lying

A Project Forum TTT event
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Sowing the seeds of confusion The Central European Forum is back in its seventh installment and in 2015 the speakers are looking at disinformation and the way that it's seeming infiltration of reporting is affecting the way we perceive the world around us. A weekend looking at propaganda, memory, media manipulation, Russia and the West.
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01.10.2015

Is solidarity in Europe fading?

A Freiblickinstitut TTT debate
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A house divided against itself? The nationalist right is on the up and negative headlines make the running, and yet, polls show that support for the EU is recovering and spontaneous displays of consensus in matters such as the Charlie Hebdo assassinations bear witness to our continued ability to empathise and to work together. How then to reconcile these seeming contradictions, is solidarity fading or are we merely witnessing a series of fraternal disputes? Listen to the recording and watch the video!

06.04.2015

Does migration intensify distrust in institutions?

A TTT debate by The Red House
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Coming over here, taking our... How do migration and institutional mistrust relate to one another? As we see a new wave of populism feed on and promote fears of migration, then grow large on the backs of the distrust it has sewn, The Red House looks to untangle the many woven threads linking populism, migration and institutional mistrust. Watch the video highlights!