60 Ideas for Europe

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Proposition de thème sur le Dialogue des Cultures et l’Education européenne au sein de l’atelier « L’Europe de l’Education et de la Culture » par Dusan Sidjanski Le dialogue des cultures et l’éducation européenne (dialogue à l’intérieur de l’Union européenne, notamment avec les immigrants ; éducation européenne dès les classes primaires – histoire, géographie, environnement,… » read more

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I don’t really know how this matter looks like in other European countries, but the situation in Poland is, in my opinion, a little bit crazy. All the schools, from pimary up to universities, provide their students with “student cards”. But they are valid inside Poland only. It implies two serious disadvanages: 1. It is… » read more

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The UFO phenomenon is formally studied in France by the “Information and study group on unidentified aerospace phenomena” (GEIPAN) at the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES): Http://www.cnes-geipan.fr/ This service was established, in 1977, by Dr. Claude Poher who has been at the head of several European space programs and who has developed the Universons scientific… » read more

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At present, most EU members have varying differences in the educational curriculum and teaching methods within European schools. If we begin to introduce an integrated curriculum between member states, then moving forward in our committed ideas will have a stronger chance, if our younger citizens ‘grow their minds together’ in the classroom. An integrated approach… » read more

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In a world where China, India, Brazil and other countries are developing at break-neck speed, Europe must value and safeguard its cultural heritage treasures as a most valuable asset. No longer only lands were manufactured goods can be made at lower cost, these countries are increasingly becoming centres of excellence in design, culture, innovation and… » read more

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Do we need a European cultural institute (similar to the German Goethe-Institut?) We believe: we do not need it. We should rather call for an “Institute for World Civilization” as proposed by Bazon Brock at our 2nd Berlin Conference “A Soul for Europe” 2006. The proposal is based on the idea that Europe’s greatest cultural… » read more

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The European Community began as an economic community whose cause was, all the same, common values, the European cultural community and historical experiences; yet it also involved all the infringements of those common values. Outwardly, the EU is characterised as an economic and regulation community; it has lost the breath it had at the outset.… » read more

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