Author - Imagine Europe

Philippe Ternes

Philippe Ternes is a social entrepreneur in the area of active citizenship and democratic innovation. Philippe loves to explore new models of political participation in cooperation with a wide variety of actors, including universities, researchers, change-makers, decision-makers, artists and many more. Philippe works as a consultant in international & EU Affairs in Europe and the MENA region. Philippe founded the NGO Our Common Future which...

Promotion and Dissemination Strategy for Transnational Youth Projects

  Promotion and Dissemination Strategy for Transnational Youth Projects (Intellectual Output – Erasmus+) This strategy paper explains how to increase the impact of your transnational youth project with the help of multipliers and specific communication strategies. A team of Lead and Regional Ambassadors operating on various regional levels can take your project to new heights. In order to maximise the impact of this approach, you need...

Imagine Europe Idea Contest

  Your Vision of Europe in 2050! Imagine Europe is an idea contest inviting everyone (all ages & nationalities) to present their vision of Europe in 2050 in a short written and video-recorded pitch.  The contest is presented by a series of European Partners and has received initial funding under the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter! supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European...

Science is light, ignorance is darkness… – by Artur Mkrtchyan

In the upcoming 30 years we, the Earth will be facing extraordinary, surprising, scary, admiring, sometimes bitter, but bright journey to …. Many specialists and professions will be substituted with robots. As a result of robotization, in the beginning a protest wave will be raised in the world which will stop after a short period of time. People will forget what the work is as it exists today. The countries, instead of combating with each...

For Europe… for the World – by Joan Nalianya

This pitch envisions a Europe that continues to pioneer in matters of social welfare, sustainability and technology in order to set an example for the rest of the world. The looming future brings forth a plethora of questions, across all generations each with their own expectations of society. The year 2050 will most likely signify a paradigm shift in terms of economies, governance and technology and the interplay between them. While the...

Greater Consciousness and Public Memory of the Legacy of Colonialism and Imperialism – by Nareg Seferian

Talking about the future is hard. I don’t know what the world is going to look like in the year 2050, but I do have a bit of a vision for what I would like to see happen in Europe at that time. Now, so much has happened on this continent over the past few centuries. There have been immense achievements – breakthroughs for humanity, really – and I am not just talking about the legacy following the Second World War. It’s really amazing walking...

“Rowing” – by Angel Garcia

Me he montado en un autobús que me ha llevado a una casa rodeada de estrellas de color azul. En esa casa hay muchos barcos con banderas diferentes reflejados en un gran espejo, en cada barco una mesita y dentro de cada mesita hay un mismo mapa, llamado fantasía. Los diarios de abordo cuentan que, ese mapa, llamado fantasía, les guío hacia un puerto, que fue muy dura su travesía pero que a pesar de los fuertes temporales todos y cada uno de esos...

My vision of Europe in 2050 – by Tamara Lamanova

Hi, my name is Tamara. I’m a student from Ukraine. I will try to communicate my vision of Europe in 2050. I believe that Europeans can create a model of Europe of 2050. How? Through education! After all, those who will form Europe in 2050 are in kindergartens and schools now. Proper education can help European children to realize their best potential and become “This next generation (which) has the unique opportunity to complete the job:...

Imagine Europe in 2050! – by Anna Pavlovskaya

Hi. My name is Anya, I am Ukrainian. I study in the 10th grade and dream of becoming a photographer. Surely each of us was wondering what will be in the distant future. This is our human nature – to think. Since we are a little familiar, let’s take a trip to Europe in the distant 2050, where I will be your guide. J Let’s imagine the usual for us things, in a completely unusual way for us. Instead of food, there will be stick-pack...