Maybe we are used to thinking of citizen as someone belonging to a nation or to a country; for the Romans, however, it was a whole different story: being a civis romanus, a citizen of Rome, meant to be a free man, to have legal rights, and to actively participate in the city’s political life.
The Commission underlined that the EU is in need of many new workers with many skills: from driving trucks to IT engineering, all of them are welcome in the job market and young people and students must be formed appropriately for the future that awaits them. Such a future will include words like digital, green, inclusive, equal, and innovative.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a program financed by the European Commission. It allows young people to spend from 1 to 6 months abroad learning about entrepreneurship.