Znanje na djelu at the European Forum Alpbach

Every year, international stakeholders from science, politics, business and culture, and hundreds of young scholarship holders from Europe and beyond meet at the European Forum Alpbach in the Austrian Alps. This year, the Forum took place from 21st August to September 2nd under the headline NEW EUROPE. Dr. Caroline Hornstein Tomić in her function as member of the European Forum Alpbach Foundation Board assumed a variety of tasks at the Forum, amongst them as speaker, moderator, facilitator, and host. Caroline hosted and moderated the panel “Integration in the Face of the Ukraine Crisis: Ways to Move Forward”. The panel explored Austria’s integration policy and lessons learned from previous years. She also participated as a speaker in a panel discussion about “Diversity from an intersectional perspective”, as well as in two expert retreats “Building a European Civics Space” and “The EU Must Think Big Again – Boosting European Security, Designing Strategies for the Balkans”. Znanje na djelu was also represented by Maja Kurilić, who has jointly with Wojciech Przybylski from Visegrad Insight delivered a seminar to the scholarship holders on the EU enlargement. The method used was strategic foresight, which is a structured and systematic way of using ideas about the future to anticipate and better prepare for change.

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