Putin's war of aggression on a sovereign state and its population is unacceptable. We stand by the Ukrainian people and are shocked by their suffering. As members of the Partner für Europa network, we have been working, for decades, with people all over the world. Our conviction to promote and advance a free and united Europe as well as the coexistence of European nations in peace and social security was the founding vision and still is the guiding principle of our foundation's work. We are therefore deeply concerned about the fact that people in Ukraine and also in Russia have to experience in such a brutal way how values and fundamental rights we widely defended and thought to be universal are being trampled underfoot by this attack, which is contrary to international law. We therefore pursue the path of civil society dialogue, support for people from crisis regions and understanding among peoples in Europe all the more resolutely. Our commitment to START, to young people who have found refuge and a new home in Germany and the Saarland, especially since 2015, is also inseparable from the principle of a society that is open to the world, integrative and ready to engage in discourse.
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The ASKO Europa-Stiftung links the future topics of Europe and sustainability in order to sensitize civil society for their importance and to mobilize it to get actively involved with them. It initiates and accompanies regional, European and international projects with a focus on intercultural networking, in particular among the younger generation.
Online-Talk with Ben Hodges about the impact of the Ukraine war april 2022 via zoom
NEW: From September in our publication series "Denkart Europa | Mindset Europe": Cornerstones for an Evolving Europe New Policy Approaches to Economic Development, Environmental Policy, and Human Rights European Horizons [Ed.]
In this ambitious collection of essays, European Horizons explores how COVID-19 recovery can become a critical juncture for the European Union. It explores concrete ways that policymakers can build values-based cornerstones for a more sustainable, equitable, and successful Europe. The essays address both critical vulnerabilities and key opportunities for the EU in the spheres of environmental policy, economic development and human rights. Drawing on the emerging expertise and innovative spirit of European Horizons, the authors focus on proposing concrete and actionable policy solutions that can realise the EU’s potential as a force for good in the world.