60 Ideas for Europe

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EU Television

It is of great importance that the EU induces European integration by facilitating one or more television stations and that it seeks to legislate so that EU television could be enjoyed by every EU-citizen. Though EU television is a major challenge to embark on, the EU members’ national TV stations already produces high quality cultural… » read more

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Education on European issues

The EU should show more commitment to educational promotion in general but also specifically regarding European issues, e.g. through the expansion of existing educational EU programmes or the establishment of new EU programmes as well as the incorporation of the European integration process as a central topic in the national school curricula.

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The EU should ensure that part of each country’s national curriculum, in both schools and universities, requires a section on Democracy and European Citizenship, to ensure a greater understanding of the EU, its history, and its opportunities.

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The EU should prioritise creating and communicating a new ‘memory’ about Europe, to move away from the stereotypes associated with certain countries and history, so that all citizens can be valued and we can understand each other better.

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A growing demand for information can be observed among European citizens. Nevertheless, this demand is not met by the media. Therefore, efforts must be made to convince them of the existence of this need, and of the benefits of informing their respective audiences in a way that is adapted to each of them.

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