On 14 September, a seminar of Re.Cri.Re project was held in the city council of Aix-en-Provence, France. The seminar was entitled “How to promote European cohesion and territorial development within the post-Brexit context”.

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The seminar, co-organised by ALDA and the University of Aix-Marseille, and supported by the city of Aix-en-Provence, gathered representatives of the 15 European universities involved in the project, European and local institutions, representatives of civil society organisations and citizens.

Among the panellists, also Mr. Francesco Zarzana, member of ALDA’s Governing Board, who held a speech mentioning the importance of an activity seeing such a participation from different actors of the society. In a sensitive context such as the post Brexit, he also he mentioned the importance of rethinking and rebuild a Europe together with citizens, though a bottom-up approach, to keep cohesion within citizens and institutions.

Creating a European identity, fixing the gap between European institutions and citizens, improving the promotion of good governance, and the importance of culture as glue to hold together all countries involved in this post Brexit context were crucial points of Mr. Zarzana’s intervention.

The seminar was a fruitful occasion to gather opinions and ideas from all participants, and to discover once again the will of being participative and united in the future of the European Union.

The project Re.Cri.Re is funded by the EU programme Horizon 2020, dedicated to research and innovation.

Useful links:
Re.Cri.Re official website

On 14 September, a seminar of Re.Cri.Re project was held in the city council of Aix-en-Provence, France. The seminar was entitled “How to promote European cohesion and territorial development within the post-Brexit context”.

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The seminar, co-organised by ALDA and the University of Aix-Marseille, and supported by the city of Aix-en-Provence, gathered representatives of the 15 European universities involved in the project, European and local institutions, representatives of civil society organisations and citizens.

Among the panellists, also Mr. Francesco Zarzana, member of ALDA’s Governing Board, who held a speech mentioning the importance of an activity seeing such a participation from different actors of the society. In a sensitive context such as the post Brexit, he also he mentioned the importance of rethinking and rebuild a Europe together with citizens, though a bottom-up approach, to keep cohesion within citizens and institutions.

Creating a European identity, fixing the gap between European institutions and citizens, improving the promotion of good governance, and the importance of culture as glue to hold together all countries involved in this post Brexit context were crucial points of Mr. Zarzana’s intervention.

The seminar was a fruitful occasion to gather opinions and ideas from all participants, and to discover once again the will of being participative and united in the future of the European Union.

The project Re.Cri.Re is funded by the EU programme Horizon 2020, dedicated to research and innovation.

Useful links:
Re.Cri.Re official website