Next Generation British-German Relations

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November 19th, 2018
Doan Thi Thanh Thanh, News from Berlin
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The British Council, Das Progressive Zentrum and Policy Network would like to invite you to a dialogue event where 5 workshop sessions are organized to promote future British-German relations.

On November 19th, come and attend the half-day dialogue event where audience will participate on exciting workshop sessions exploring different themes on how to keep the UK, Germany and Europe closely together. Aiming to develop fresh concepts to promote future British-German relations, the event is designed to make your voice heard and contribute to the development of new cultural relations programs designed to support young people in the post-Brexit age. You will also get the opportunity to present your ideas to a panel of cultural leaders and thinkers. This event belongs to UK/Germany 2018 season, the annual dynamic program exploring and celebrating cultural connections between the UK and Germany.

Timing: 19 November 2018, from 16.30 – 21.30 

Draft agenda of the event
17:10: Framing the dialogue event: what next for British-German relations?
17.30 – 19:30 Five breakout workshop sessions

  • Culture, art and media (in German);
  • Science and education (in German);
  • Creative economy (in English);
  • The environment and sustainability (in German);
  • And the Internet generation (in English).

20.00 – 21:30 Big Ideas Session

  • Feature guests: Mari Mittelhaus, Head of Office, Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft and Jon Worth, Berlin blogger and journalist.
  • Moderator: Léontine Meijer-van Mensch, Program Director and Deputy Director, Jewish Museum Berlin

Location: Alte Feuerwache e.V., Axel-Springer-Straße 40-41, 10969 Berlin

Prior registration for workshops and/or evening debate is required. While registering you may share your initial ideas with the organizers by answering the following questions: how can the UK and Germany stay united after Brexit? What are you most concerned about? And how can we create a better future together?


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