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Within the Yearplan Topic “European Identity”. Yearplan Project 2004. About the relations between the EU and its new neighbours after the enlargement. Target regions. Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova Russia Romania, Bulgaria Turkey Western Balkans. Aims of the project.

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Within the Yearplan Topic “European Identity”

Yearplan Project 2004

About the relations between the EU

and its new neighbours after the enlargement

target regions
Target regions
  • Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova
  • Russia
  • Romania, Bulgaria
  • Turkey
  • Western Balkans
aims of the project
Aims of the project
  • present characteristics of each of the target regions and challenge stereotypes about them
  • discuss possible definitions of what Europe is in terms of geography, customs, politics and culture
  • decide on the place the EU has in Europe through the relations it develops with the other countries and regions
  • identify the (possible) elements of a common European identity and of its system of values
coordination team
Coordination team
  • Olivier Genkin
  • Pamela Steinmetz
  • Susanne Strunck
  • Ioana Muresan
  • Berta Mrak
  • Theijs van Welij
  • Elia Varela
  • Lukasz Malys
  • Lukasz Rozycki
  • Patrik Reuter
activities 1 2
Activities (1/2)
  • Opening conference „Europe‘s (Torn?) Identity“

Ljubljana, 12-19 October 2003

  • Action Week „Welcome, New Europe!“

All over Europe, 1-8 May 2004

  • The Future of Europe

Athina, 14-16 May 2004

  • Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine & EU

Minsk, 3-5 June 2004

activities 2 2
Activities (2/2)
  • Russia & EU

Moskva and Sankt Petersburg, 2-11 July 2004

  • Bulgaria, Romania & EU

Bucuresti, 16-19 September 2004

  • Turkey & EU

Izmir, 21-24 October 2004

  • Western Balkans & EU

Sarajevo and Mostar, 9-13 November 2004

europe s torn identity
Europe‘s (Torn?) Identity
  • Ljubljana, 12-19 October 2003
  • Main topics and results:
    • Borders of Europe
    • Inclusive and exclusive identities
    • Cultural, national, regional, individual identities vs. European identity
welcome new europe
Welcome, New Europe!

Action Week all over Europe, 1-9 May 2004

Activities organised by AEGEE locals

  • We decide about Europe: European Parliament Simulation - Warszawa
  • Europe MAJ Love: Festival of reunited Europe - Gdansk
  • Hitch-hiking contest: Crossing Old Borders- Groningen et al.
  • Europe - Your Parliament, Your Vote - Valletta
  • Poland in the structure of the EU: The End of the Beginning of integration?- Katowice
  • More activities in Brussels, Bucuresti, Bydgoszcz, Dresden / Wroclaw, Gorizia / Nova Gorica, Helsinki, Lodz, Lublin, München, Poznan, Rzeszow, Trieste...

Thanks to the network !!

the future of europe
The Future of Europe
  • Athina, 14-16 May 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • The enlarged EU needs more maturity before further enlargement
    • The European Constitution is a major step for the EU to become a political actor
    • There is a huge distance between the EU decision-makers and the citizens, more communication and transparency are needed
belarus ukraine eu
Belarus, Ukraine & EU
  • Minsk, 3-5 June 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • Ukraine and Belarus between the EU and Russia => a mediating role?
    • A decision towards the west might help to speed up the democratisation process
    • Progress in the educational systems should be done
russia eu
Russia & EU
  • Moskva and Sankt Petersburg, 2-11 July 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • Russia is not expected to join the EU but political and cultural co-operation should be strengthened
    • The history of Russia and the former Russian and Soviet territories (partly EU member states) should be enlightened in order to reduce stereotypes and prejudices
    • Mobility between the EU and Russia should be facilitated (visa, Erasmus)
romania bulgaria eu
Romania, Bulgaria & EU
  • Bucuresti, 16-19 September 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • Both Romania and Bulgaria are expected to join the EU in a few years
    • Both Romania, Bulgaria and the EU will benefit from the EU accession in the long run
    • But we should not ignore the difficulties the next EU enlargement will bring, the expectations currently are too high
turkey eu
Turkey & EU
  • Izmir, 21-24 October 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • Turkey did huge progress in the past years in order to fulfil the Copenhagen criteria
    • Many EU citizens are not ready for accepting Turkey in the EU, much more communication is needed
    • The simulation of the European Council did not lead to the decision to open EU accession negotiations with Turkey, mainly because of the Cyprus issue
western balkans eu
Western Balkans & EU
  • Sarajevo and Mostar, 9-13 November 2004
  • Main topics and results:
    • The region made a strongdevelopment in the past years, the EU perspective is significant for the stability of the region, the borders still are subject to negotiation
    • The management of multiethnic societies and human rights includes the requirement that refugees return back home
    • The corruption in higher education has to be overcome in order to ensure fairness and equal chances
thank you
THANK YOU
  • AEGEE-Europe, mainly the Comité Directeur
  • AEGEE-Ljubljana, mainly Katarina, Berta and Stasa
  • AEGEE-Athina, mainly Angeliki and Panos
  • AEGEE-Minsk, mainly Dima
  • AEGEE-Moskva, mainly Olga and Maria
  • AEGEE-Sankt Petersburg, mainly Katerina
  • AEGEE-Bucuresti, mainly Ioana, Mira and Radu
  • AEGEE-Izmir, mainly Basak and Halit
  • AEGEE-Sarajevo, mainly Elia, Nermina and Amar
  • AEGEE-IPWG and friends
  • as well as every single co-organiser and every single participant !!!
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Thank you for your attention…

…and see you in Europe!!

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