Global Citizenship in the new world order!

The idea of global citizenship goes back some decades ago, but in its current proposition it played its most important role in the process that began with the creation of the United Nations in 1945 and the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, following with the adoption of the Sustainable Development…

EU – Don’t forget Human Rights!

Human rights are the rights we have simply because we are humans. They apply to everyone, everywhere. They are not related to nationality, sex, skin color, religious beliefs or status. They are based and classified on values such as: dignity, freedom, equality and solidarity.  Universal, indivisible and interdependent these are the words that the European…

Eastern and Central Europe: re-thinking the concept of Solidarity

EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE: RE-THINKING THE CONCEPT OF SOLIDARITY By S.Ferroni OVERVIEW: The rift within the European Union on the migrants’ topic is growing month by month between the Visegard group (plus Austria, Croatia and Slovenia) and other EU members. Since the beginning of the refugees’ crisis Central and Eastern Europe have been taking the…