A 12 point agenda to bring the EU closer to the citizen
The Commission’ White Paper setting out five scenarios for the Future of the European Union , the March for Europe and the other events during the celebrations of the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome on 25 March are opening up space for a long overdue debate on the Future of Europe.
The contribution by the ECIT Foundation to this debate is the following 12 point agenda for strengthening EU citizenship and reforming the European Union’s Institutions whilst making its programmes, such as ERASMUS, available to all.
This reform agenda is the product not of one organisation but broadly reflects what European civil society has been saying since Union citizenship was included in the Treaty of Maastricht in 1993.
ECIT Foundation – a think tank working exclusively on European citizenship – offers:
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