The Europe of Masterpieces


The Association Futuro Digitale  &  Obiettivo Calabria

The Europe of Masterpieces

Help us to make a project on Europe with your thought

A single word, a drawing, or a witty slogan, or a picture, or an aphorism, or a picture. Lovely pics your idea, to paint with a large painting that tells us how to build a Europe of Masterpieces, a trip to Europe in young companies, whose pieces are the business models proposed by any country!

With your help we will begin to create the project together “Europe of Masterpieces… a journey, a discovery“, encouraging the active participation of young Europeans for the creation of a document as the “Charter on a new model of governance“.

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Giuseppe writes:

Creating a Europe of Art is to create a responsive and inclusive economy. The current model of economic development, where economic growth does not necessarily mean a greater number of jobs, poses some problems: first of all to ensure a decent life for people excluded from the labor market and to involve them in society.
The potential that comes from diversity and sociociale conomiche, cultural, ethnic and generational should be more fully exploited as a source of innovation and as a basis for developing a new model of governance.

Robert writes:

What we need today is not a strong Europe, but a Europe of the peoples and autonomy because our job is to give voice to the issues that directly affect citizens, such as unemployment, immigration and social inequality. Only in this way we will have a Europe that achieves the efficiency, affordability, effectiveness and which seeks solely on grounds of public interest, respecting the principles of impartiality and efficiency of administrative action. So a macro-regions of Europe and not just of nations.

Sara writes:

Important to note that now we are witnessing a shift from government to governance: while the government assumed the identification of a clearly defined and visible expertise concentrated in the hands of the holders of positions in government and the legislative chamber, able to take binding decisions, governance based on alliances between different actors that cross the divide between public and private actors, civil society and state, or national and international actors. In this context also become responsible citizens, with the government’s role is reduced to that of a work incentive of citizens to focus on individual responsibility rather than on their request or claim by the government to be responsible for them.

Sara writes:

Take the initiative!

Pietro writes:

Bridging the gap between delta Community institutional and individual Europeans can not just be up to the Member States and of their governance must, however, endeavor to bridge the gap existing. We need a responsible commitment and a greater awareness of their actions on the part of the individual within each community Local membership to start from next May 2014 , the month in which you will go to “participate” in elections to the European Parliament. in short first of all the integrity, strengthening, transparency, commitment citizens to improve their communities and the local reality living , consequently exist in harmony and Europe closer with everyone.

Yarov writes:

Youth is the Future, the Future is in the hands of young. Let make the world better – for us and for our ancestors. Because the good things we do are our Advocate before the Eternity, where is our Home.

Vincenzo writes:

In a world of Euro skeptics on Sunday, I think it is no longer unattainable masterpiece of our anthem!

Mariam writes:

“Give me a place to stand, and I shall move the world” (Archimede)

Eglantina writes:

“The entire world is made of changes, always taking on new qualitie” (Luis de Camoes)

Beisa writes:

Elena writes:

Create today for the future
Nowadays youngsters experience wonderful things: they get more freedom, they travel, get education, they live in a multicultural world and broaden their minds through it, the see the rise of technologies and live fast. But together with freedom they get more responsibilities. They can affect their own future and actively participate in building it. It is also a truly wonderful thing which can make the world better and more suitable for people’s needs. “Create for good, live for yourself and for each other, see the possibilities instead of obstacles,” – these things organizations, government and institutions have to show and explain to youngsters. How can we do that? There are a lot of options, a lot of projects, ideas and thoughts – here we can practice our fantasy! Let’s start!

Marcial writes:

Always but more in crisis time, Europe need project like this in order it does not loose its soul

Eglantina writes:

Making something together breaks down walls of misunderstanding.
Making something together raise bridge of connection.
Making something together synthesize parental tradition and new culture.
Making something together incorporate traits of several cultures.

Ergys writes:


Antonio writes:
Europe today is just an appetizer of what will be tomorrow’s Europe. Today, young people across the continent are in constant motion, to exchange ideas, looks, words, experiences and skills. The low-cost, mobility programs such as Erasmus, Leonardo, Youth in Action, EVS, etc.. have shortened the geographical and cultural distances.
Today “being European” is becoming something concrete. Establish itself as a European citizen means to reflect on their own identity and national levels.
Today, after seeing so many European countries, I can say I understand what it means to be Italian. The constant comparison with other companies can help each of us to find the true meaning of being CITIZEN with a distinct identity.
This is the masterpiece of which we can all be builders: create an inclusive Europe by comparison, integrated, united, multicultural.

Carla writes:

Paulo writes:
We strongly support this project as such an important initiative to allow an social responsible Europe, involved with all its citizens and nations. For what concerns Portugal, this could be very useful improving awareness to discrimination situations, bringing, at the same time, a closer proximity to the EU and what should be European values.

Mark writes:
Searching for the unknown will bring us closer and understanding each other.

Karl writes:
One of our European Masterpieces we have the potential to establish is concerned with the relatively new ‘open access’ to information.
We believe citizens need to be able to express themselves in the context of the places they live in and the people they connect with. We have called this the Spatial Citizenship approach.
The idea stems from the fact that the use of technologies and geographic information is argued from the perspective of our everyday live. The basis for participation in collective decision-making is the way we relate to the spaces around us.
Participatory and community-based approaches and the posting of information and data collected in the field are already commonly in use, for instance through social media. Developing this sort of engagement in education allows teachers and students to become aware of the power of spatial thinking, geographic information and the use of the web as a communicative and participatory tool to engage with.

Anna writes:
The world and the place seem to be nice if it fit our desires.


Ariane writes:
Europe is rich of different skills, different cultures, different languages,different ages, different ways to think and imagine the world, the future. Bridging these differences will allow us to transform it in a powerful strenght which will empower our european youth.

Jelca writes:
Knowledge enables better understanding of the new environment and culture and at the same time better acceptance of diversity. We equip people with education on the way to raising awareness of fundamental rights.Let us open new ways to knowledge!

Laura writes: