In 2016 a European Movement Germany (EBD) is awarding a “Women of Europe Prize” for a 25th time. With a endowment a cross-party network for European process honours women “who by courageous, creative, or determined intentional joining champion formation in and a strengthening of a joined Europe in a sold way”. Adriana Lettrari is being celebrated in a china festival year. Born in 1979 in former East Germany, a domestic and communication scientist spent her infirm years in a Germany that had reunited in 1990. She is one of around 2.4 million children of German reunification, who currently are between 30 and 40 years old. Lettrari addressed a purpose a decades-long multiplication of a continent still plays in a minds of Europeans early on. Her personal answer to a doubt was positive: She sees a knowledge and a opposite socialization in East and West as an event – for Europe as well. In 2009 she founded a network “3rd Generation East Germany, that explores how immature ‘East’ Germans dealt with a knowledge of a tumble of a Berlin Wall. But Lettrari by no means usually looks back: “We children who grew adult during and after reunification have something in common with a era of a same age in beside eastern European countries, namely a knowledge of a rapid, for a many partial successful change,” she says. “We need to be wakeful of a skills this knowledge has given us and actively use them in formulating a colourful 21st-century Europe.”
The EBD jury was tender by a 37-year old’s commitment: “Adriana Lettrari has succeeded in giving a era of children of German reunification a voice and creation them prolific for Europe,” it pronounced by approach of reason of a choice. The esteem will be awarded on a dusk of 8 Nov in Berlin and Manuela Schwesig, Federal Minister for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, will broach a laudatio. The honour also creates Adriana Lettrari a claimant for a Women of Europe Award, that will be bestowed by a European Women’s Lobby and a European Movement International on 1 Dec 2016 in Brussels.