The Day After: Dealing the Cards in the Wake of Brexit
28/01/2018
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United States of Europe or an alliance of strong Member States? Participate in the game of Danube Institute and Negomoot!

After Brexit: United States of Europe or an alliance of strong Member States? It is your turn to decide - register for our role-play game now!

Participate in the game of Danube Institute and Negomoot, and win! Prizes include a 3-day study trip to Brussels, a 20 000 HUF Wizzair voucher or internships!

 

For two days and nights, you can become a minister at the EU Council meeting, or a Member of the European Parliament. No matter where you sit, your task will be to decide on the EU’s future after the United Kingdom leaves. What will be the common denominator for the remaining 27?

The game is in English. No prior knowledge of the EU institutions is needed, but participation in the training days and online preparation is required.

 

Dates:

  • deadline for registration: 14 February

  • two interactive preparatory workshops (mandatory for players): 17 February and 24 February

  • simulation game: 1-3 March (Arrival: evening of 1 March). Accommodation included.

 

Why should you apply?

When negotiating the most exciting and controversial issues on the EU’s agenda, you acquire essential soft-skills like strategic thinking, teamwork, communication and presentation techniques, conflict-resolution and interest representation. During the vibrant debates you learn while having fun. It is an excellent opportunity to network and to stand out from the crowd – participation in our games is always a plus when looking for a job.

 

To apply: Click here. Registration fee: 5,000 HUF (to be paid on the training days). Application is open for college students under 26. The final list of participants will be selected after the training days.

 

If you have further questions, please, contact us at: simulation at danubeinstitute.hu

 

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The Benedict Option and The Future of the West

Date: 09/03/2018 10:00 a.m.
Location: Danube Institute, 24 Eötvös u., Budapest 1067
Rod Dreher, author of New York Times best seller The Benedict Option, gives a lecture at the Danube Institute on March 9.

The New Geopolitics Of The Middle East

Date: 21/02/2018 5:00 p.m.
Location: Danube Institute, 1067 Budapest, Eötvös utca 24
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Date: 13/02/2018 4:00 p.m.
Location: 24 Eötvös u., 1067 Budapest
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Austrian Economics Meeting Europe: Call for Papers

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The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe invites young scholars to next year's meeting in Budapest.

Danube Institute Internship Programme ⁄ Ösztöndíj

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The Danube Institute invited applications for its four-month internship programme starting in February 2018.

Autonomy or secession: the case of Catalonia

Date: 29/11/2017 4:00 p.m.
Location: 1067 Budapest, Eötvös u. 24., Danube Institute
What theoretical and practical implications does the Catalan example have for Spain and Europe? A discussion at the Danube Institute.

100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Date: 09/11/2017 1:00 p.m.
Location: Budapest, Horánszky u. 20, 1085 - Párbeszéd Háza
On November 9, Danube Institute held an international conference on the Russian Revolution.

The EU and Israel: an uneasy relationship

Date: 13/11/2017 2:30 p.m.
Location: Eötvös u. 24, Budapest, Danube Institute
Professor Eytan Gilboa (Israel Public Diplomacy Forum) and Dr. István Gyarmati (ICDT) talked about the Middle East.

Making Hungarians, Making Europeans: Problems, Solutions

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A mini-conference on demography at the Danube Institute on October 25.

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