The importance of asking questions with no definite answers: a reflection on the evolution of ECF and the European Sentiment Back

The importance of asking questions with no definite answers: a reflection on the evolution of ECF and the European Sentiment

“Capturing the European sentiment is as essential as difficult and contentious. Dwelling into the archives of ECF, which has centred its work around it has illustrated how the best way to tackle its workings and dynamics is to constantly reflect on current circumstances and create opportunities that remain relevant with the Europe of today.” concludes Hugo Scheubel after an internship at the European Cultural Foundation.

Hugo Scheubel studied Politics and International Relations at Kings College London and is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Diplomacy, European Politics, LGBTQ+ issues at Sciences Po Paris.  His internship evolved around the questions of what is the European Sentiment and what it could be, and what the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) has done around it. The views presented in the text are his personal.