The mission of the EUROFUR Research Group
The future of Europe should be seen from the perspective of opportunities for its sustainable economic, social and political development. Members of the EUROFUR Group base their activities on common European values, such as: respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law, respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities, tolerance, non-discrimination, justice, solidarity, equality of women and men and respect for history and religion.
Research conducted within the group will concern problems typical for the European Union, individual EU countries and associated countries, taking into account all stakeholders. Therefore, the subject of research will be pan-European, national and local problems. The subject will analyze various types of social, political and economic problems as well as internal and external threats.
As a result of the long-term cooperation of people and universities, an international research group EUROFUR is established. This acronym derives from the term Future of Europe. The term Europe means the entire continent. However, in the future, cooperation with individuals and universities from outside Europe is also expected.
The EUROFUR research group has its own logo and website.
The creation of a multinational research group is an expression of the care of the representatives of the scientific world for the future of Europe, individual countries and local communities. Joint research activities will allow for immediate response to problems resulting from fast changes in the modern world. Joint activities will aim not only at informing each other about new problems, but above all about possible solutions. The research integration of European academic society will make it possible to counteract their marginalization by American and Asian research centers.
Prof. Laura Tafaro – ‘Aldo Moro’ University in Bari (Italy)
Prof. Carmen Lazaro Guillamon – Jaume I University in Castellon De La Plana (Spain)
Prof. Magdalena Sitek – Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów (Poland)
Prof. Jose Luis Zamora Manzano – University in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria (Spain)
Prof. Michele Indellicato – ‘Aldo Moro’ University in Bari (Italy)
Prof. Ferdinando Parente – ‘Aldo Moro’ University in Bari (Italy)
Prof. Ligita Simanskiene – Klaipeda University (Lithuania)
Prof. Ksenofon Krisafi – Mediterranean University of Tirana (Albania)
Prof. Eduard Burda – Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia)
Prof. Malina Novkirishka – Stoyanova, Sofia University “Sv. Kliment Ohridski” (Bulgaria)
Prof. Amparo Montanana Casani – Jaume I University in Castellon De La Plana (Spain)