Our initiative/series Young Generations for the new Balkans 2030: Towards Alternative Horizons sets the spotlight on youth, their progressive stances and hopes for the future.
On December 3rd 2018, the Embassy of Austria in The Hague/Netherlands invited to a panel discussion with the title “New Horizons for the Young Generations in the Balkans” where first results of our initiative have been presented by representatives of the IIP, Karl-Renner-Institut and the International Institute for Peace, as well as the Austrian Institute for International Affairs and the Austro-French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe, based on a recent conference in Vienna. In addition, young experts from the region, who are participating in our long-term initiatives, have been discussing their visions how to overcome old-fashioned politics and nationalisms and the lack of perspective for younger generations. They sketched alternative horizons and have been debating the look for alternatives for South-Eastern Europe’s way beyond emigration. Den Haag was the first place in Europe after Vienna where the results of the mentioned initiative have been presented to the public.