When the prime ministers and presidents of the Council of Europe’s 47 member states contemplate the key challenges for the next half a century, the need for their citizens to live together in peace should top their lists.
There is nothing more basic; nothing more complex. As Europeans, it is part of our everyday reality to live and work with people who do not share our cultural background, our beliefs or even our language, or languages. Diversity has always been a distinctive feature of Europ...
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