Identity In European Identity

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European identity The civic component being the acceptance of the same democratic values and care for human rights and ethno - cultural being a common cultural history. Many researches have been conducted until now; others following qualitative methods and other following quantitative. Authors of qualitative research support that quantitative data are not ideal to measure identity due to its abstract nature and This research paper will shed light on the issue of identification in European citizens since it recognizes its importance for the future of European Union. Erasmus Programme as a Policy Tool The Erasmus Programme is a policy tool of the European Union and specifically the European commission. It has served over the years many different purposes. he formation of a common European identity among European citizens, as a means of supporting the legitimacy of the European Union. The Commission launched various mobility programmes aiming at school education, university education but vocational training as well (Leonardo da Vinci) along with programmes such as youth in action with non-formal education. According to statistics provided by the European Commission more than 3 million students have benefitted from EU Erasmus grants since the exchange scheme 's launch in 1987. From 2014 onwards the Erasmus Programme changed its face. It was renamed as Erasmus+, signed 11th of December 2013, as a framework programme including all current EU’s schemes for education,
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