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Solvay Library to become the 'Library of Europe'

26-11-2019

Thanks to the European Parliament, the old Solvay Library will soon once again fulfil its original purpose as a European cultural centre. Founded by Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay, the library of the Brussels Institute of Sociology made its mark through the originality of its architecture and functional layout. Designed in 1902 as a working laboratory for research in the then emerging field of social sciences, it soon became the hub of an international documentation network, using a pioneering ...

Thanks to the European Parliament, the old Solvay Library will soon once again fulfil its original purpose as a European cultural centre. Founded by Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay, the library of the Brussels Institute of Sociology made its mark through the originality of its architecture and functional layout. Designed in 1902 as a working laboratory for research in the then emerging field of social sciences, it soon became the hub of an international documentation network, using a pioneering system for the classification of books and periodicals. The library, a listed building that has been fully restored to its original condition, will soon open its doors to the public and thus fulfil its original destiny, under an agreement between the European Parliament and the Belgian authorities.

The Jean Monnet House: A place in Europe’s history

23-09-2019

In keeping with the wishes of Jean Monnet and his closest colleagues, who dreamt of seeing his family home transformed into a place in which young people could come together to discuss and share ideas, the European Parliament has made this public place of recollection a venue of choice for people seeking to learn more about the way the European Union works, and discover the environment in which one of the architects of today's Europe lived and worked. It was here that many of the plans which would ...

In keeping with the wishes of Jean Monnet and his closest colleagues, who dreamt of seeing his family home transformed into a place in which young people could come together to discuss and share ideas, the European Parliament has made this public place of recollection a venue of choice for people seeking to learn more about the way the European Union works, and discover the environment in which one of the architects of today's Europe lived and worked. It was here that many of the plans which would have a decisive bearing on the future of France and Europe were drawn up. Close to Paris, but at the same time offering a refuge from the clamour of the French capital, it was here that Jean Monnet developed his vision of peace and European unity. The European Parliament bought the house in 1982. Today, managed on a day-to-day basis by the House of European History, the Jean Monnet House offers, through a permanent multimedia exhibition, an insight into both the private world of Jean Monnet and his career and political ideals. Since 2013, the Jean Monnet House has been officially recognised by the French Government as a 'Maison des Illustres' and is also part of the Network of Political Houses and Foundations of Leading Europeans, an initiative behind which the European Parliament is a driving force. Today, Parliament is breathing new life into the Jean Monnet House, in order to raise awareness of Monnet's work and to pass on his values of peace and solidarity to a wider public by organising new activities and hosting numerous events in Houjarray.

Robert Schuman

09-05-2019

Sixty years ago, Robert Schuman was elected president of the European Parliamentary Assembly, predecessor to the European Parliament. This French politician, who was particularly sensitive to the tensions between France and Germany, is regarded as one of the 'founding fathers' of what is now the European Union. After the Second World War, he supported the establishment of the Council of Europe and helped to bring many other European projects to fruition. With his declaration of 9 May 1950, considered ...

Sixty years ago, Robert Schuman was elected president of the European Parliamentary Assembly, predecessor to the European Parliament. This French politician, who was particularly sensitive to the tensions between France and Germany, is regarded as one of the 'founding fathers' of what is now the European Union. After the Second World War, he supported the establishment of the Council of Europe and helped to bring many other European projects to fruition. With his declaration of 9 May 1950, considered the founding act of the European integration process, Robert Schuman assumed political responsibility for a common coal and steel market that would later become the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). The declaration underlines the role of France in building a strong, prosperous and peaceful Europe, starting with France and Germany. Going far beyond mere objectives, the declaration also sets out the precise basis upon which the negotiations should begin. Robert Schuman was president of the European Parliamentary Assembly from 1958 to 1960. This institution was the political institution par excellence of the Communities: at once a democratic organ representing the peoples of Europe, a body invested with the power of executive scrutiny, and a unifying element between the three Communities. Highly influenced by Christian values, Robert Schuman campaigned to build a strong and united Europe step by step, and to establish institutionalised solidarity between European countries. Robert Schuman's legacy continues to influence and shape the European Union to this day.

Stavba Eastman, arhitekturni biser bruseljske dediščine, bo Hiša evropske zgodovine

28-04-2017

Stavba Eastman stoji v središču četrti Léopold, v bližini evropskih institucij. Gostila bo Hišo evropske zgodovine, ki bo vrata odprla leta 2017. Izbira nekdanje zobozdravstvene klinike in njena obnova sta priložnost za predstavitev zgodovine te markantne stavbe, ki je del bruseljske in evropske dediščine. Kliniko je ustanovil George Eastman, ustanovitelj podjetja Kodak, zgrajena pa je bila leta 1935 v parku Léopold, ki je že od konca 19. stoletja namenjen znanosti in preživljanju prostega časa. ...

Stavba Eastman stoji v središču četrti Léopold, v bližini evropskih institucij. Gostila bo Hišo evropske zgodovine, ki bo vrata odprla leta 2017. Izbira nekdanje zobozdravstvene klinike in njena obnova sta priložnost za predstavitev zgodovine te markantne stavbe, ki je del bruseljske in evropske dediščine. Kliniko je ustanovil George Eastman, ustanovitelj podjetja Kodak, zgrajena pa je bila leta 1935 v parku Léopold, ki je že od konca 19. stoletja namenjen znanosti in preživljanju prostega časa. Stavba je bila najprej javna klinika, nato izobraževalna ustanova, zatem pa dom za starejše. Leta 1985 jo je najel Evropski parlament za svoje upravne službe, tiskarno in jasli. V letih, ki so sledila, so stavbo uporabljali tudi drugi evropski organi, na primer Evropski varuh človekovih pravic in Evropsko računsko sodišče. Leta 2009 je Evropski parlament sprejel odločitev, da bo po smelo zastavljeni obnovi in širitvi stavbe vanjo nastanil Hišo evropske zgodovine. Ta si je zastavila nalogo, da s pomočjo najsodobnejše muzeografije predstavi zgodovino Evrope v zadnjih dveh stoletjih. Stavba Eastman bo tako znova opravljala pedagoško poslanstvo in odprla vrata javnosti.

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