It is the time for an Inclusive Society, a strategic idea that puts in direct dialogue different civilisations, religions, and ideas, with creativity and knowledge as the drivers of creating added value with the main purpose of spreading that knowledge globally. This is a unique challenge that may be the answer to a new way of interacting between those who have the responsibility of thinking and those that have the responsibility of making things happen.
This is the essence of an inclusive society.
An inclusive society will face a new dimension in the future and the world will have to decide what the most suitable strategies for a new development agenda can be. In a time of uncertainty and uncontrolled global financial crisis, the world must focus more of its attention on launching the basis for an agenda of new ideas that is centred on the drivers of a high growth rate and the capacity of civil society in terms of its ability to create and develop added value for the international market, all of which would form the basis for the integration act.
An inclusive society must also be an Idea of change. A strategic ambition focused on attracting new investments, new talent and a new agenda for the future must be an integral part of the future integration act.
The civilisational challenge within this new agenda cannot be dictated by law, but must be built through a broad and consistent partnership that is the platform for a newly thought out collaborative network of different actors on the European continent.
The key word in this whole endeavour is ambition. The State, municipalities, private companies, educational institutions, and civil society must be at the forefront of properly defining and influencing the ambition that is needed. They must promote a new path in a complex world, characterised by a real sense of urgency that they, and we as a whole, are capable doing what needs to be done.
It is time to believe in a new cycle for a changing the world. Reinventing the European Dream and giving the crux of European society the opportunity to develop new challenges that are focused on innovation and creativity. This is, in a large sense, giving a central role those who take part in contributing to the reinvention of the world.
The reinvention of the world is the reinvention of the people and institutions that inhabit the planet. What is paramount, this is nothing less than a public demonstration of a positive answer for the future. This is what makes for an inclusive society. It is an ambition for the future that is the basis for our present. We must be able to create a new sense of ambition and drive for the diverse peoples of Europe.
We must be able to effectively construct a society of innovation that is mostly based on our individual attitudes, which can best cope with a complex, globalised world.
This is a challenge that we must be able to answer with nothing less than complete success.