Public Talk about Europe 2038 in Milano, Italy

On December 1, 2017 at the “Casa della Psicologia” (Piazza Castello 2, Milan, Italy) the Italian results of the “Europe 2038” project will be presented during the public meeting “EUROPE 2038: Young people’s visions on the future of the European Union”.

The meeting has been organized by the Lombardy Regional Board of Psychology and the Milan Information Offices of the European Parliament. Talkers in the meeting will be Bruno Marasá (head of the Milan Information Offices of the European Parliament), Riccardo Bettiga (President of the Lombardy Regional Board of Psychology), Simona Caravita (Italian team leader of the “Europe 2038” project), Anna Catasta (President of the Centro di Iniativa Europea organization).

For more details see: locandina_EUROPE 2038

First publication accepted

The first publication of the European 2038 project was accepted for publication! The study “Young People’s Engagement with the European Union: The Importance of Visions and Worries for the Future of Europe” will be published in issue 4 (2017) in the topical issue “Political and Civic Engagement in Youth” (Editors: Xenia Chryssochoou & Martyn Barrett) of the Zeitschrift für Psychologie / Journal of Psychology. More details can be found here: https://us.hogrefe.com/products/journals/zeitschrift-fuer-psychologie

Poster presentation at international conference, Cluj-Napoca

Two Europe 2038 posters were presented at the 9th International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on June 29, 2017. This is a very important internationa congress with participants from all over the world (Europe, Asia, North America, South America, etc.). Besides the poster presentations, materials were given to the participants of the congress. The poster presentations were: Poster 1. How could young people belief system influence the future of Europe? Poster 2. European Identity issues and attitudes related to Romanian youths’ view on Europe 2038 To download posters click here:
Poster 1: poster CJ 1
Poster 2: poster CJ 2

Europe 2038 visits SocNet98

The Europe 2038 project was presented during the SocNet98 international week that took place between May 2 and 5, 2017 in Linz. During the workshop ¿Qué será, será? Visions and Worries of Adolescents and Young Adults for the Future of Europe the results of the PAN European Survey were discussed with an international group of social workers. Concrete measures how to put the visions into practice were developed on on local, national and EU level based on the inputs.
The results of the discussion can be found here: AUSTRIA workshop results IUW 2017
The power-point-presentation can be found here: Europe2038 IUW LINZ
The SocNet98 IUW was also organized in Linz 2014.  More infos can be found here: https://www.fh-ooe.at/interkulturalitaet/interkulturelle-soziale-arbeit/socnet98-iuw2014/socnet98/

Europe 2038 visits catchEyou

The Europe2038 project was presented at the first catchEyou Conference in Athens, Greece, March 2 2017.
More info about the catchEyou project can be found here:  http://www.catcheyou.eu/
More info about the conference in Athens can be found here: http://www.catcheyou.eu/conference2017/
The conference program can be downloaded here: CATCH-EyoU2017_programme
The power-point-presentation of the Europe 2038 project can be downloaded here:  Europa2038_Athen

Evento multiplier a Brescia

Sabato 18 febbraio si è tenuto presso la sede di Brescia dell’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Sala della Gloria – via Trieste 17, Brescia) il seminario “Europe 2038: le speranze e le preoccupazioni dei giovani sul futuro dell’Europa”. Durante il convegno sono stati presentati i risultati italiani della survey on-line del progetto “Europe2038”. Dai risultati è emerso che i giovani credono nell’Europa, circa il 92% dei giovani adulti (19-25 anni) ha espresso la volontà di rimanere in essa. In generale i giovani si identificano con l’essere europei e credono nei valori dell’Europa. Tra le priorità che i giovani segnalano emerge, in particolare, il rispetto dei diritti umani (48,50%) e l’istruzione (47,70%). Tra le preoccupazioni principali, il terrorismo (44,60%) e la disoccupazione (40,90%). Si evidenzia, inoltre, che i giovani si coinvolgono nelle questioni che riguardano l’Europa soprattutto in maniera passiva (l’85% ha dichiarato di acquisire informazioni da tv, radio, giornali; l’80% discute le problematiche dell’UE all’interno delle proprie reti di conoscenza: solo il 51.5% ha visitato un sito web sull’UE). I temi dell’istruzione, della disoccupazione e del coinvolgimento dei giovani rispetto all’Europa, sono stati gli argomenti principali trattati dall’On. Luigi Morgano, Parlamentare Europeo, l’On. Valentina Aprea, Assessore all’Istruzione Formazione Lavoro della Regione Lombardia, e i rappresentanti della società civile (UST Brescia, “Il Calabrone”, CFP Lonati). In generale, quindi, i giovani italiani hanno fiducia nell’Europa, ma emerge un divario tra giovani e istituzioni europee. È necessario, pertanto, promuovere esperienze dirette, concrete di cosa significhi Europa e instaurare un dialogo con le istituzioni. Già un piccolo passo in questa direzione è stato fatto oggi!

Approfondisci qui: Seminario Europe 2038 Brescia
Europe 2038 nelle News: Europe 2038 in the News

TELETUTTO ha fatto un interessante resconto dell’evento:
http://www.teletutto.it/videonews/i_giovani_credono_nell_europa/11678.html?uidy_58=TTappl.videonews.dettaglioVideoNews&record=33577
SIR AGENCY ha prodotto un interessante resoconto dell’evento:
http://agensir.it/quotidiano/2017/2/18/giovani-progetto-europe-2038-caravita-un-cattolica-under25-impauriti-ma-credono-nellue/

 

Multiplier event in Oradea, Romania

Results from Romania, Spain, Italy and Austria were presented during a plenary symposium at the XXI Workshop Aggression organized by Prof. Simona Trip and Dr. Carmen Bora, November 18. A discussion round with multipliers including the European parliamentary Emilian Pavel was also organized and the results from the Europe 2038 project were discussed with a large number of national multipliers.