It has been already 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War, 75 years of the outbreak of the World War II, 25 years since the fall of the wall and changes in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as ten years of EU eastern enlargement. In addition to historical anniversaries there are a number of challenges all over Europe.
Above all, it seems to be difficult, to bring purely together all the 28 Member States of the EU in the thematic level. According to an item they work separately, but it depends on the country and geo-political interests.
Europe on YCBS, Part two
How socially will be Berlin? Is there an even deeper social divide between rich and poor in the city? Who can have a paid apartment in the city center? How is the destination for Berlin social policy from Brussels? We asked those questions the European politician of the SPD Party Sylvia -Yvonne Kaufmann.
Interview by the student Paulo Hübner with Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann
For example, the Ukraine crisis has not caused the interest of all Member States alike. It only romp crises in Europe, economically and culturally. The European South stands against the "neo-liberal" economic course of Germany and defends itself against the doctrine of Anglo-Saxon Society.Those and more are topics of our conversation with the European politician Joachim Zeller. The Berlin CDU candidate is selected for the second time for the entry into the European Parliament.
Interview with Joachim Zeller, Part one
Interview with Joachim Zeller, Part two
Petya Hristova , and Paulo Hübner tell us about them-self and what role Europe plays in their everyday live.
Petya Hristova has been studying Politic Sience at the Free University in Berlin. She is from Tetewen, Bulgaria. Her passion and profession is politic. Petya discussed with us about the European Project, which she and other students are currently working at and how to understand political statements. The Bulgarian student lives as a real European. She likes traveling in different countries, she speaks German, English and Bulgarian.
“The best thing, which the young people from my country benefit from Europe is the free movement”, says Petya.
Interview with the student Petya Hristova
The live program is in German and English.
Authors Kseniya Manchak and Tobias Düsterdick
Editor Mila Zaharieva-Schmolke
On the microphone Kseniya Manchak and Tobias Düstedick