Announcements'My country, our world in 2030'essay competition

05.12.2018
'My country, our world in 2030' Essay Competition
 
 
The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute and Humboldt University, in collaboration with other partners from around Europe announce an essay competition ‘My country, our world in 2030’.
 
The competition, organised in the context of the May 2019 European elections, is an opportunity for students and young people to provide insights on how they see the future of both their country and Europe more broadly. Some of the leading questions are:
 
1. How do you think your country will be governed and how will it be positioned in the European and global economic and political scene in 2030?
2. What are the main developments that will characterise your country and Europe in the future?
3. What do you think the words 'world', 'Europe', and 'country' will mean to you more than a decade from now?
 
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
 
Please send your essay by Midnight 15 March 2019, your local time, which will be the official closing date. All applications submitted after this deadline will not be considered. The email for submissions is: essay2019@doc-research.org
The presentation of the Award will take place in Berlin. The authors of the best five selected essays will be invited to present their papers at a public event hosted by the DOC in Berlin, as well as at the 2019 DOC Rhodes Forum in the presence of heads of state and government and other high-level guests. The winners will be invited to attend and present their work at the Rising Peace Forum in Coventry, United Kingdom. They can participate in a summer school program of their choice in any European country. The award includes flights and accommodation. Our partners prepare many other surprise awards for the winners of the competition!
 
CONTACTS
 
For more information about the competition, please visit  www.doc-research.org, or contactthem at essay2019@doc-research.org 
Französische Strasse 23 10117 Berlin, or by phone on +49 30 209 67 79 00
 *Anti-plagiarism questionnaire will be available on our website: www.doc-research.org