Debating Europe : What will our Republic look like in 100 years?
The Republic of Austria is celebrating its 100th birthday. The anniversary year 2018 should not only be dedicated to the memory of the founding of the democratic republic on 12 November 1918, but also to other profound breaks in the history of the country. How has Austria become what it is today? What future is it aviating having in mind the successes, but also catastrophes of the past century? Which political and social developments are emerging?
Discussion with the Austrian writer Anna Baar, the government commissioner for the commemorative year 2018, former Federal President Heinz Fischer, former Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg and sociologist Harald Welzer (FUTURZWEI. Foundation for Sustainability)
Moderation: Lisa Nimmervoll
Entrance fee: EUR 7,–
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This series of public morning debates is a long-standing event, a collaborative production of the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM), Burgtheater, ERSTE Foundation and Austrian daily Der Standard and radio Ö1. It brings leading politicians, scientists and intellectuals on to the stage of Vienna’s Burgtheater to discuss topical issues of political and social relevance.