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Franziska Brantner

Franziska Brantner

Member of the Deutscher Bundestag, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
Laurent Cohen-Tanugi

Laurent Cohen-Tanugi

Laurent Cohen-Tanugi is vice president and treasurer of the Jacques Delors Institute. Graduate of ...
Daniel Cohn-Bendit

Daniel Cohn-Bendit

Politician and writer, Europe Écologie-Les Verts
Henrik Enderlein

Henrik Enderlein

Henrik Enderlein is Director of Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin and professor of political ...
Hervé Gaymard

Hervé Gaymard

Member of the Assemblée nationale, Les Républicains
Sylvie Goulard

Sylvie Goulard

 Member of the European Parliament and President of Mouvement Européen France
Elisabeth Guigou

Elisabeth Guigou

Elisabeth Guigou began her career as adviser to President François Mitterrand. She was Minister of ...
Anne-Marie Le Gloannec

Anne-Marie Le Gloannec

Senior Research Fellow, Sciences Po
Thomas Oppermann

Thomas Oppermann

Member of the Deutscher Bundestag, SPD
Norbert Röttgen

Norbert Röttgen

Member of the Deutscher Bundestag, CDU
Lieven De Winter

Lieven De Winter

Lieven De Winter is full-time professor at the Université Catholique de Louvain and part-time ...
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Europe must rise to the challenges

on March 17, 2016, 17:02
Tribune - Franziska Brantner, Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Henrik Enderlein, Hervé Gaymard, Sylvie Goulard, Elisabeth Guigou, Anne-Marie Le Gloannec, Thomas Oppermann, Norbert Röttgen and Lieven De Winter

The 28 Member States of the European Union must rise to the challenges they face in the refugee crisis, in the economic and monetary crisis with its prolonged high levels of youth unemployment, and in the wars and trouble spots in their neighbourhood. None of these challenges can be resolved by one Member State alone; they all urgently require shared solidarity. The current crisis of solidarity which is paralysing Europe therefore needs to be overcome. In these difficult circumstances, the blame game is in full swing. But the situation is too serious for us to waste time on recriminations. We want to look ahead together. We are convinced that the major tasks facing us must not be seen in isolation. Partial solidarity is not an option. Solidarity can only succeed when it takes into account the wider context, and it is only by taking this approach that we will find solutions. In this context, a strong Franco-German partnership and understanding is the foundation on which we can make progress.

This appeal co-signed by French and German political and academic actors has been published on the 17 March 2016 in Les Échos, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and the Financial Times.

This appeal has also been published in French and German.
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