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Statement on the Future of Europe
Shaping our Future TOGETHER
Europe must help strenghten the north-african nations along the Mediteranean shoreline in order to provide a buffer zone in case Nigeria implodes (a country of 187m people) . In case this happens the millions of migrants seeking shelter in Europe will be staggering. Europe must involve itself militarily or by providing intelligence in order to help Nigeria defeat Boko haram, and also to end tge religious conflicts within this country. The ticking time bomb which is Africa and especially Nigeria is of existential threat to Europe.
The only way we can all prosper in an ever-changing word is that we work together. As our common goal is ultimately our common good, we need to make sure that all continents and all people have access to the basics that they need in order to lead a fulfilled life.
We need to stop regarding Africa as a communion of countries that need our help. We need to look at the continent as a partner, as a future world leader in many respects, as a cradle of youth and development. And this is why we need to stand with Africa and with the African people in their endeavour to make the continent more visible and more engaged at a global level.
The S&Ds in the European Parliament are leading this fight for a fair chance for Africa, for a better future for its youth.
This September, in Brussels, we will be hosting our second edition of the Africa week. Join us and follow our discussions, as we will post more updates throughout the summer break!
Hungary under its current leader, Victor Orban, is a serious threat to European unity. Yet when the European Parliament voted on sanctions, Orban can escape scrutiny by not attending the debates and he can rely on his far-right allies in the Parliament to vote down any action. Indeed, when a vote took place in September to trigger sanctions under Article 7, British Conservative Party MEPs chose to vote against the motion.
Hungary raises serious questions for the bloc and comes back to the existential challenge of migration and the Refugee Crisis. We should ask ourselves why Mr Orban still has high approval rates, (though opposition is rising). Hungary is by no means the only ‘problem child’ for the EU. Italy’s populist government was defiant of the EU’s budget rules and is now officially in recession. The treatment of refugees under Interior Minister Mateo Salvini has been inhumane, cruel but has so far faced few significant consequences. Poland, too, chooses not to abide by collective rules and policies set out by the EU. The bloc must make it clear that there are serious consequences for member states who choose not to abide by its rules.
A platform where:
• Apply for free language courses (Certificates should be offered by government)
• Apply for vocational trainings
(Provide opportunities and ways to get qualifications/connect with companies)
• Offer/Seek free legal & economical advice
• Offer/Seek free psychological advice
(The legal, economical, psychological advices will be provided voluntarily by young professionals, which later on will get support and certifications from the Government and have their CV equipped for international level)
• Seek job opportunities
(Connect with companies & Governmental Office of Employment)
• Connect with private/public educational institutions
(Offer free and full scholarships for young refugees that have good academic results)
Other activities & missions of the platform:
• Organize & train the youth to volunteer for UNCHR refugee camps in Europe (Online Application)
The Media & The Online Platform
1. Living Libraries
2. Interviews Offered by refugees that will get help from us.
4. Perspective/Shared Experience
• Companies that offer their services & advertisement in our online platform
(Money that will come from this advertisements will be used for facilitating the refugees’ needs and improving our services)
• Promote young activists
(It should be used to promote young journalists, young politicians & on the other hand to give opinion and influence positively the way refugees are seen)
• Scientific articles/economical & social analysis
• Competition for documentaries/ reports
• Interviews: Perception of distinguished figures
• T-Shirt online campaign with powerful messages, in cooperation with VIP-s ( money will be used for refugees)
Democracy is an ongoing process which can shift a facade or illiberal democracy, etc. to a real democracy and even to a liberal democracy. Democracy is a fair and free opportunity system. Anyone can transform to democracy. Democracy is a given in certain regions, while in others, it must be fought for and even earned. Democracy is the better way of life that when installed within a country contributes to fighting poverty, disease, the lack of education automatically. Democracy is not just having laws, but also knowing they will be there and they will work and they should be respected. Democracy is not just about casting a vote, it’s about choosing your future.
Many European countries facing shortage of unskilled labours. In Poland we are short of almost 175.000 by the end of next year. If such problem exist, then why EU government limit migrant workers coming in? Many factories may close soon giving opportunity for importers to import cheap quality products to meet the demand. When do they wants to change those policies?
Please help,I was work 12 years in Romania other 13 years in Spain now I have 4 years working in UK where I hope other registration number please make one universal valid in all EU country save there in one data base all work experience everything pleas make my life easy… regards thanks.