Europe has to remain united and strong, Building a Transatlantic Leadership

More than 60 years ago, After the World War. The French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman made an historic proposal laying the foundations for a united Europe.
“In today's difficult times, it's important to reflect on, and seek inspiration from, the achievements of the European project. Today, Europe is at the crossroads. Since 2008, the EU was shaken by an unprecedented financial and economic crisis, but it has to remain united and strong. Europe has been the answer for many problems of the past and continues to be the only answer for the problems of today.


TRANSATLANTIC INCLUSION LEADERS: FIRST EVENT 2012 The Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network of the German Marshall Fund .

The future is bright, the future is diverse.

If this conference in Copenhagen, about the next generation of minority political leadership, was a snap shot of the talent in the USA and Europe, then the future is bright, very bright.


Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network Grows

Distinguished alumni of GMF’s 2013 Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network (TILN) Workshop, Gabriele Gün Tank, Berlin Commissioner for Integration, and Daniel Gyamerah, activist with the Initiative of Black People in Germany, hosted the first “Network Inclusion Leaders” Berlin Workshop from December 16 – 20.


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