European

Public

Sphere

The “European Public Sphere” initiative creates a public space for Europe’s future issues. With its Europe Dome, a geodesic cupola, the initiative invites people with thoughts and ideas to converse with each other! Together, we want to assemble the building blocks for the social architecture of Europe.

The European Public Sphere Tours 2020:

Virtual Public Sphere

Instead of traveling across our continent with the Europe Dome, in 2020 we will use the virtual, public space for our get togethers!EU-Charta of...

Germany 2020! 🇩🇪

Also in 2020, we can't get enough of Germany! Join us and help create a true European Public Sphere for your wishes and ideas. Let's go!Cologne...

The Future of Democracy in Austria 🇦🇹

This summer, the Initiative for Complementary Democracy presents its answer to the current political development and wants to talk to citizens about...
“We are holding public conversations on the future of Europe. Public and open. All citizens are invited to participate if they want to contribute to the further development of our society. And we want to collect these contributions and make them available – as “building blocks” for the new Europe. Only in this way, a public sphere that covers the whole of Europe can be created.”
Ines Kanka

Co-founder, European Public Sphere

“We want to organize small mini-conventions on the future of Europe, with twenty or thirty people. Of course, we cannot set up an entire convention process, as for example Emmanuel Macron calls for. But we can give an idea for the future, how we can self-organize. We can show that one can just do it!”
Gerhard Schuster

Co-founder, European Public Sphere

Last European Public Sphere Dome Talks:

Virtual Public Sphere

Europe | On Monday the 11th of May, in honor of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights turning 20 years old, we held our first online Public Sphere...

Together instead of one upon the other – The day of action ‘Northern City’ in Hildesheim

Hildesheim | The aim of an argument or discussion should not be victory, but progress. – Joseph Joubert (1754 - 1824), French moralist.  Our intern...

Kirchentag 2019

Dortmund | Every two years Church Day puts the city under its spell. More than 100,000 people of all ages, religions and backgrounds come together...

(En)Vision Tempelhof

Berlin | We could of course not let the long way back from Poland go uneventlessly. And so it came that we included another stop in Berlin. This was...

Krakow – It’s getting hot in here

Krakow | Krakow, June 12th, was the last stop of our Poland Tour. The day before we made our way back south from the far north near Gdansk. Again...
“The aim is that more and more domes travel through Europe and that people shape their social future together.”
Andreas Müller

Co-founder, European Public Sphere