Now that the UK is not a member of the EU anymore, maybe it’s time to question the European identity. Is the idea of “nation” back on tracks or are there new forms of social cohesion, a new sense of belonging and citizenship? Where do younger generations place their hopes? What do we mean when we say “we” on a political level?
- Stephen Clark, Director for the European Parliament Liaison Offices at European Parliament
- Robert Tombs, Historian & Author, Cambridge University
- Ulrike Guérot, Head of the Department for European Policy and the Study of Democracy, Danube University Krems
- Louis Williams, Author of An Optimist’s Brexit: A Millennial’s Vision
Chaired by Matthew Parris, Former MP, Writer & Broadcaster