Goals of EU
The goals of the map of the EU countries are:
– promote peace for all, its values and the well-being of its citizens
– EU offers freedom, security and justice without internal borders
– sustainable development based on balanced economic growth and price stability, a highly competitive market economy with full employment and social progress, and environmental protection for them
– European countries in map will combat social exclusion and discrimination
– Europe man with countries will promote technological and scientific progress
– enhance economic, territorial and social cohesion and solidarity among EU countries
– European countries map will respect its rich cultural and linguistic diversity
– establish a monetary and economic union whose currency is the euro.
Values of map of EU
The EU values are common to the EU countries in a society in which inclusion, tolerance, justice, solidarity and non-discrimination prevail. These values are an integral part of our European way of life:
– Human dignity
The map of EU may influence this issue. Human dignity is inviolable and one of the most important issues. It must be respected, protected and constitutes the real basis of fundamental rights.
Freedom of movement in the EU gives citizens the right to move and reside freely within the Union. Individual freedoms such as respect for private life, freedom of thought, religion, assembly, information and expression are protected by the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
– Democracy and map of European Union.
The functioning of the EU is founded on representative democracy. Being a European citizen also means enjoying political rights. Every adult EU citizen has the right to stand as a candidate and to vote in elections to the European Parliament. EU citizens have the right to stand as candidate and to vote in their country of residence, or in their country of origin.
Equality is done in modern European map and it is about equal rights for all citizens before the law. The principle of equality between men and women underpins all European policies and is the basis for European integration. It applies in all areas. The principle of equal pay for equal work became part of the Treaty of Rome in 1957. Inequalities still exist, the EU has made significant progress.
– Rule of law.
The EU is based on the rule of law. Everything the EU does is founded on treaties, voluntarily and democratically agreed by its EU countries. Law and justice are upheld by an independent judiciary. The EU countries gave final jurisdiction to the European Court of Justice which judgments have to be respected by all.
– Human rights.
Human rights are protected by the map of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. These cover the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of sex, ethnic or racial origin, belief or religion, disability, age or sexual orientation, the right to the protection of your personal data, and the right to get access to justice.
These values and goals form the basis of the EU and are laid out in the Lisbon Treaty and the EU Charter of fundamental rights.
In 2012, the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for advancing the causes of peace, reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe.