The current political scene shows that young people are not interested in cooperating and participating to the community’s social life. Nevertheless, the disaffection towards politics is only one side of the general outline of the problem.
Apart from political engagement, e-Medine aims at educating and training young people to become critical citizens, to feel to all intents and purposes European citizens with a well-defined identity, so to reach social inclusion through activities such as volunteering, intercultural exchanges and awareness campaigns.
e-Medine supports the European values of tolerance and freedom, democratic cooperation based on the acceptance of universal human rights and the role of law. e-Medine values diversity and pursues knowledge through education and the transfer of know-how.
The not-for-profit aims to foster European identity, giving European citizens the opportunity to interact and participate in the construction of a united and democratic Europe, oriented towards world harmony. This process is enriched by cultural diversity and social inclusion.
The mission of e-Medine primarily concerns the promotion of a full European identity. Further objectives include: