18 Dec 2017

Second Workshop of #Blockchain4EU Blockchain for Industrial Transformations

On November 15-16 we organised the second workshop of our project #Blockchain4EU: Blockchain for Industrial Transformations, as part of a series of participatory and stakeholder engagement activities taking place until February 2018. You can read about our first workshop here. This workshop took place at FabLab Brussels of Erasmusschogeschool, and we wish to thank its coordinator Ann Peeters for kindly hosting us and also to the students for their interest and support. The project #Blockchain4EU:

11 Dec 2017

Nine myths about migration and long-term trends you might not have thought about

Highlights from the EU Policy Lab workshop on the future of migration in Europe By Alice Szczepanikova & Tine Van Criekinge On 16 October 2017, the EU Policy Lab of the Joint Research Centre organised a one-day policy workshop on the future of migration in Europe in collaboration with the European Commission's Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography. The event brought together over 80 researchers, representatives of civil society, think-tanks, Member States and different sections

11 Dec 2017

Future of government 2030+: civil society workshop

On 27 November 2017 we organized the first workshop of the project Future of Government 2030+: A Citizen Centric Perspective on New Government Models in Brussels, with participants coming mostly from international Civil Society Organizations in Brussels. The Future of Government 2030+  project is looking at the changing roles and forms of the government. By identifying requirements for future government, we can rethink the way they operate and explore how they might look like in

8 Dec 2017

Supporting Creative Hubs’ activities in the field of youth employment and youth entrepreneurship

This year, in the framework of our Lab Connections project, we have been cooperating with the British Council with the objective of supporting Creative Hubs' activities in the field of youth employment and youth entrepreneurship. The problem of youth unemployment is very important for the European Commission. Following a request coming from the European Commission Directorate General for Education and Culture, we thought we could help the Hubs in exploring and perhaps redefine their role in