Option Six: A Europe of Democracy and Social Justice
Paul Mason

I would re-itereate a previous comment about the need for arts and culture to be framed — for an interculturality to be grounded in the voices and processes in border crossing projects, small and medium scale, funded through increased and devloped mechanisms e.g. Creative Europe (currently with proposed changes in progress) — but moreso a clearer understanding of European citizenship rights through systematic introduction in education for young people as well as internation civil society programmes that become a counterpoint to actively establish new initiatives as well as to challenge the dominance of political parties that primarily work in relation to private interest lobbying.

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