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Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) e.V.
Bundesallee 23
10717 Berlin

The reunification of Germany has been a key event in recent European history. We want to invite you to take stock of legacies and realities after 30 years of German reunification. Together with experts we want to discuss consequences of political, societal and economic transformation after German reunification. We will ask, what was the extent of the social transformation that is still ongoing. Where do we still see consequences of separation and where has unity and European integration shifted senses belonging and realities? What are the lessons that can be learned from reunification in terms of European cohesion and the future of the EU?




Welcome Address

  • Katrin Boettger, Institut fuer Europaeische Politik Reunify Project, Presentation Adam Balcer, College of Eastern Europe (KEW) Realities and legacies after 30 years of German reunification
  • Greta Hartmann, Research Project “Erbe89”, University Leipzig
  • Marcus Böick, Ruhr-University Bochum Benjamin Höhne, Institute for Parliamentary Research, Berlin Discussion with addtional commentary by Kinga Anna Gajda, Krakow University Frédéric Petit, Member of Parliament (MoDem), Paris (tbc)
  • Moderation Simone Klee, Institut fuer Europaeische Politik
Institut für Europäische Politik e.V. (IEP)

Simone Klee Institut für Europäische Politik

E-Mail: simone.klee@iep-berlin.de