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June is an important month in the LGBTQ+ rights calendar as it is when the International LGBT+ Pride Day is celebrated. The House of European History organises two events on Saturday, June 4, to celebrate LGBTQ+ pride.
The European Union (EU) has been a remarkable experiment in multi-level governance, economic integration and multilateral diplomacy. However, it has also exemplified an important if not courageous democratic experiment. Never before has an equally ambitious democratic project been attempted...
In light of its temporary exhibition When Walls Talk, the House of European History organises the series of online lectures “Europe on posters.” Experts will discuss the role of posters in the past 100 years of European history, how they shape ideas about art and their role in the evolution of the public sphere.