The background document “European Parliament elections: who does what?” aims to explain the functioning of the European institutions and European parliament elections to our civil society network and to all the people in need.
The Comic strip “Where is Europe?” is a fun tool which illustrates various situations of poverty and exclusion where the European Union impacts the daily life of the most vulnerable people. It also shows situations where the European Union does not act. In these cases, the comic strip aims at showing the role of civil society in the building of a socially aware Europe through advocacy. The comic is intended for the general public…
The “Passport for a European citizen” is a very simple and fun document which informs a wider public on European citizenship. Everybody, regardless of his living condition, is invited to take part in the construction of a more social and supportive Europe.
Presentation of the approach
“Making Europe more social and supportive: it does concern me! Europe is about us!” is a common approach to several non-profit associations and organisations. This approach has been launched in order to give a fresh impetus to the construction of Social Europe. We wanted the European Union to reconnect with its citizens by developing concrete actions and to address inequalities between European citizens.