Perhaps we don’t remember it enough! There is only one Europe, the one with the most efficient knowledge-based economy. The one that prides itself on being at peace for two generations. The one that the whole world envies us for the attractiveness of its higher and vocational education on all continents.
To join the FEDE project is first of all to rejoice in participating in this Europe of success, trust and solidarity.
It also means knowing how to be enthusiastic about taking part with determination in the formidable development of the common international space of education, rich in exponential growth, nourished by exchanges and mobility.
Finally, it means being proud to affirm that education is the bearer of ideals: those of democratic resistance to unilateral obscurantism in the name of universal values affirming human rights and in particular the right to education.
Joining the FEDE network also means first and foremost wanting to think about a new approach for our younger generations, who are both worried about the geopolitical upheavals of the century and full of confidence in their own capacities, which we must help to develop and strengthen.
Above all, it is a mark of confidence in this Europe of innovation and imagination that all European citizens are calling for, a Europe proud of its youth, confident in its enterprises that create diversified wealth and more concerned with the opportunities of the future than with the sclerotic certainties of the past.