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Events listed here are open to everyone. Screenings of The Great European Disaster Movie will, we hope, give you and your audience plenty of food for thought. But it is your ideas, reactions, feelings and proposals that matter most. Our aim is to stimulate that debate, as well as providing a means by which you can share your ideas and conclusions with the rest of the Wake Up Europe! community.

  • Projection-débat sur le future de l'Europe / Screening-debate: Europe's future

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 08:00 PM | Espace Icare in Issy Les Moulineaux, France

    Projection-débat sur le future de l'Europe

    Avec la monté des partis anti-européen et le Brexit, l'euroscepticisme est de mise. Pourquoi et comment lutter ? C'est tout l'enjeu de la prochaine Fête de l'Europe 2016 à Issy-les-Moulineaux, qui aura lieu du mercredi 10 au samedi 13 mai 2016. Pour introduire ce débat, le film "The Great European Desaster" sera projeté à l'Espace Icare le mercredi 10 mai, et sera suivi d'un temps d'échanges.

     

    Screening-debate: Europe's future

    Euroscepticism is growing up. Why? How to combat it? It is the goal of the next Europe Days from May, Wednesday 10th to Saturday 13th. To begin this debate, "The Great European Desaster Movie" will be screened at Espace Icare on May, Wednesday 10th, followed by a debate. 

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Wake Up Europe is a campaign brought to you by the Wake Up Foundation. It was sparked by the themes explored in The Great European Disaster Movie by Annalisa Piras and Bill Emmott.

We believe in the values that inspired the European project but that this project isn't working. Europe is sleep-walking towards disaster. We must wake up Europe so that we can save Europe from itself.

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