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What are your ideas for the future of Franco-German cooperation?

Call open to master's students enrolled at the Hertie School or Sciences Po

How can Franco-German cooperation drive ambitious European responses to the most pressing challenges of our time, from the green transition over the current economic downturn to the crisis of democracy? 
To discuss these crucial questions, the Jacques Delors Centre of the Hertie School hosts the Pariser Platz Conference. This two-day online conference on 1 and 2 December 2020 will gather an exclusive group of high-ranking representatives of French and German politics, business, academia, and civil society for a joint strategic exchange.
In the framework of CIVICA - The European University of the Social Sciences, the Delors Centre offers four master’s students from Sciences Po and the Hertie School the exclusive opportunity to participate in the conference and to present their ideas for the future of Franco-German cooperation in front of a distinguished group of leaders. These ideas can range from abstract to concrete, describing practical measures you want to see taken or envisioning improvements that could be implemented within five years’ time. 
Do you want to act as a CIVICA student representative at the Pariser Platz Conference and contribute your ideas to the leaders’ discussion? 
Then send your CV and a 200-word outline of your ideas for the future of Franco-German cooperation to Yann Wernert (wernert[at]delorscentre.eu) by 23 November 2020.

We very much look forward to hearing your ideas!