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Apply! In.Europa special edition of webinars

7/7/2020 category: information 

❗️Apply! In.Europa special edition of webinars

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We invite students and young professionals from Poland and Germany, who want to stay updated on key EU issues and become a part of proeuropean network. 

In upcoming months, we invite you to take part in Kwadrans z Europą dedicated to German Presidency and the future of Europe.

We provide a forum, where policymakers, opinion-formers, young professionals and students can be heard and views discussed in international environment.

➡️ When?
Webinars are scheduled for July, September and October 2020.
The first webinar is scheduled for the 21th of July 2020 with speakers from Warsaw, Berlin and Brussels.
Please note that the programme will be updated soon.

➡️ Who we are looking for?
Interest in politics, European Union, international affairs, activism, German politics, Polish-German relations.
Students, university graduates, young professionals (ngo, think-tanks, media, politics, academia, freelancers, etc.)
Fluency in English
Availability to take part in 3 webinars in July, September, October 2020 and willing to be active in In.Europa network
… all these would be great!

➡️ How to apply?
Candidates from Poland, Germany are invited to express interest by sending short motivation letter in English.

➡️ Deadline: 13th July 2020 via mail: in@ineuropa.pl
Please note, there are very limited number of spaces available.

Kwadrans z Europą is dedicated to German Presidency in EU and Polish-German cooperation in the EU.
Germany takes over the rotating six-month Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 July.
And undoubtedly it comes at the difficult times: European Union and the whole world face great challenges due to Covid-19 pandemic crisis. Expectations of Germany’s leadership and EU propositions are higher than ever. Germany has ambitious agenda for its EU presidency: the main goal is to push through a massive economic recovery.

🇪🇺 In.Europa is proud to cooperate with:
The Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation  Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in Polen
European Academy Berlin and
Auswärtiges Amt (Federal Foreign Office)
in the frame of „Deutsch-Polnische Bürgerenergie fürs Klima”.

Looking forward for your application.

Join us!

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