There are many Europeans who are concerned about the future of our continent and its culture. Many of them work tirelessly in their chosen fields to strengthen European civilisation. But European conservatives do not know one another well. Conservatives respect local traditions and national cultures. But European conservatives likewise recognise that they are part of a common civilisation and it is important for European leaders to meet. Building and strengthening a network of like-minded Europeans is among our key priorities. […]
European education is in crisis. Our common Western heritage is insufficiently taught and intellectually vacuous philosophies dominate our schools and universities. It is critical that the upcoming generation of European leaders be introduced to the sound principles of the Western tradition on which the health of our civilisation depends. […]
European conservatives need to organise themselves. There are too few local and national think tanks, educational institutions and other organisations. The Center for European Renewal will develop an active program to help, support and sustain local and national organisations with the same goals of renewing the Western ideal of a civilised, human and free society.