Share twitter instagram facebook LinkedIn youtube

To improve our website we use google Analytics.

Our privacy statement and the privacy statement of google analytics apply.

COVID-19 Pandemic

Current selection

Type

Topics

Integration

Regions/Relations

Activity

May 2022 April 2022 March 2022 December 2021 October 2021
Towards a true Health Union
05/10/2021
Post
Lunch Debates
Continuing to combat the pandemic, improving structures, rethinking treaties – Dr. Thomas Steffen, State Secretary of the German Ministry of Health, discussed a European Health Union together with the guests of the Lunch Debate.
September 2021
The fellows and projects of the Eurasia Lab & Fellowship Program
16/09/2021
Post
Eurasia Lab Fellowship Program
From Civic activism in Kazakhstan during Covid-19, to the impact of the pandemic on gender-based violence in Uzbekisten and Kyrgyzstan and digital activism in Turkmenistan: These are the topics of the Eurasia Lab research teams from September to December 2021.
July 2021 June 2021 May 2021 March 2021
Oh dear? Challenges of EU-UK relations after Brexit
24/03/2021
Post
Civil Dialogues
Annette Dittert, ARD London, discussed the impact of Brexit on the media landscape, bilateral relations and Scottish independence. In addition, the Corona crisis is overshadowing the talks between the EU and the UK.
Western Balkans’ plight is wake-up call for Europe
24/03/2021
Post
WB2EU
The recent reform of enlargement policy is not enough, although now is the time to move from talk to action. Pragmatic optimism and geopolitical realism would help to break the negative spiral of corona, reform and enlargement fatigue.
December 2020
A preliminary assessment of the German EU Council presidency
15/12/2020
Post
Lunch Debates
Gunther Krichbaum, MdB, Chairman of the Committee on European Union Affairs discussed EU migration policy, the investment agreement with China and the Conference on the Future of Europe.
November 2020
COVID-19 in Ukraine – 20th Ukraine Breakfast Debate
05/11/2020
Post
GURN
Despite the significant negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Ukrainian economy, the long-term outlook leaves room for optimism. This is due to national financial aid measures as well as international cooperation with the European Union.
October 2020
The future of the EU and Euroscepticism – German perspectives in times of the COVID-19 pandemic
08/10/2020
Post
Lunch Debates
Daniel Freund, MEP Greens/European Free Alliance, discussed what influence the pandemic has on euroscepticism in Germany and Europe and how the EU can decisively counter this development.
September 2020
German investments in Ukraine – 3rd Germany Breakfast Debate
22/09/2020
Post
GURN
The debate had mainly focused on how to create stable investment conditions in the long term despite the unresolved conflict in eastern Ukraine. The guests emphasised the importance of judicial reform and the dissemination of success stories.