Putting the EU and the referendum into perspective

This might be a long read but I totally recommend it for highlighting some of the fundamental strengths and weaknesses of the EU that both the Leave and Remain camps neglected to address. Though the referendum is over, the process of moving forward could still benefit from the facts.

The relationship between young people and contemporary politics. The lack of rational debate regarding EU matters is in part because of the media’s addiction to sensationalize every matter. But it also stems from a culture that does not promote political and economic education throughout our schooling system. 43% of young people voted in last years […]

via EU Debate : Nobody knows. But why? | My Take on the EU! — Radical! Political! Historical!

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