In Rome, on 25 March 2017, EU leaders will come together to celebrate 60 years since the signing of the Treaties of Rome, on the same date in 1957. This event is a moment to look back on the EU's achievements, celebrate the Union's values, and look forward to the future of the EU with 27 Member States: https://europa.eu/european-...
Sixty years ago in Rome, the foundations were laid for the Europe that we know today, ushering in the longest period of peace in written history in Europe. The Treaties of Rome established a common market where people, goods, services and capital can move freely and created the conditions for prosperity and stability for European citizens.
On this anniversary, Europe looks back with pride and looks forward with hope. For 60 years we have built a Union that promotes peaceful cooperation, respect of human dignity, liberty, democracy, equality and solidarity among European nations and peoples. Now, Europe's shared and better future is ours to design.
"It's time to roll up our sleeves and get down to work." European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker leads this team of Commissioners to kick-start economic recovery, create more and better jobs, work towards a better future for Europe's youth, protect the most vulnerable in our society and cope with the rapidly deteriorating geopolitical situation.
The European Solidarity Corps is the new EU initiative which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe. Register here: http://europa.eu/solidarity-corps