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Past Events

There has been lots going on at the European Parliament campus

IDENTITIES & COMMUNITIES DISCUSSION AT THE HOUSE OF EUROPEAN HISTORY Brussels - 05-12-2018 - 05-12-2018

The House of European History will host the second part of the EUNIC Brussels conference series “For a New European Social Contract”. The topic of the panel discussion will be ‘Identities and Communities’, exploring the role of the European Union in relation to changing identities and transnational communities. The discussion will take place on 5 December at 18:00. Attendance is free, interpretation available into English.

GRAND OPENING EUROPA EXPERIENCE, HELSINKI Helsinki - 05-12-2018 - 06-12-2018

The European Parliament kindly invites you to the opening of a brand new Europa Experience in Helsinki, Finland. The opening of the visitor centre, called EU@Oodi, will coincide with the opening festivities of the new Helsinki Central Library Oodi. The centre is a public space providing information on the work of the European Union and its impact on your daily life. The opening activities will include a high-level opening ceremony followed by two days of events.

MODERNIST ARCHITECTS AND THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE Brussels - 16-11-2018 - 16-11-2018

Martin Kohlrausch, Associate Professor of European Political History, will hold a public lecture at the House of European History on Friday 16 November. He will explore the architects’ experiences in Central Europe during the Interwar period. In his talk, he will argue that architects have a close, yet problematic relationship with modernising states.

WHAT STORY SHOULD EUROPE TELL? - FULLY BOOKED Brussels - 13-11-2018 - 13-11-2018

Come and listen to the Oxford University Professor and winner of the 2017 Charlemagne Prize, Timothy Garton Ash, speak at the European House of History on 13 November. With Europe facing various challenges, the ‘English European’ will explore questions on the existence of a narrative that may or may not mobilise and unite Europe in the future. Interpreted into French. A recording will be available after the event. 

CONFERENCE: EU RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN OUR DAILY LIFE Brussels - 27-11-2018 - 27-11-2018

Discover how EU research and innovation improves everyday life in a conference organized by the European Parliament and the European Commission on 27 November. A range of exciting projects will be discussed, from Galileo - Europe’s own GPS - to a potential vaccine for Ebola and Little Casper, a robot that helps children fighting cancer. The conference begins at 12:30, and is open to everyone.  

GUIDED TOURS: EUROPEAN STORY SERIES #3 Brussels - 25-10-2018 - 25-10-2018

Take part in the last edition of the European Story Series on 25 October at the House of European History. Two exceptional European Union Prize for Literature laureates, Sara Mannheimer from Sweden and Lidija Dimkovska from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will guide you on a special personal journey through European History, in both English and Swedish.

LAST DAYS: UNHEARD TRACES Brussels - 18-09-2018 - 14-10-2018

From 18 September to 14 October, the House of European History is hosting 'UNHEARD TRACES: Young European Perspectives on War and Peace'. The project is curated by seventeen young people from around Europe. They tell their personal and collective stories of war and peace in Europe through objects from their lives.

EXHIBITION: “STATE OF DECEPTION: THE POWER OF NAZI PROPAGANDA” Brussels - 25-01-2018 - 18-11-2018

A case study on the need to question, analyse and seek truth, this exhibition explores the power of Nazi propaganda between the World Wars. Learn about the role of propaganda and its impact on our societies then as well as today. The temporary exhibition is open to the public at the Parlamentarium from 25 January to 18 November. Guided tours and workshops are also available for school groups.

 
 
 

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