The construction of the European Union was intended to guarantee a lasting peace.
This is the origin of the longest period of peace experienced by its founding members.
Today, Europe faces a crisis. Member countries are tempted by a revival of nationalism and by a possible exit. The major European issues cause splits instead of federating.
However, many Freemasons are convinced that this disenchantment springs from the gap between the expectations of the citizens and the enforcement of an outright liberal economy on current Europe.
They are convinced that the future of European countries resides in an an interdependent construction based on humanistic values.
They question the role that Freemasonry can play in building solidarity.
What can this role be ?