Good ideas are not adopted automatically.
They must be driven into practice with courageous impatience.
Youth, training, transparency, and competition are the cardinal points that guide the definition of Copernican proposals for conscious and forward-looking policymaking. A project that focuses on knowledge, innovation and merit to promote the creation of distributed added value and sustainable development consistent with welfare systems based on gender equality and a generational pact.
The proposals put forward by members are assessed by the relevant Thematic Commission; Commissions are seven commissions and form the association’s backbone of ideas. Within each Commission, which is made up of professionals and experts in the field, a working group draws up the recommendations of the Copernicani and promotes them in the political debate, leveraging its resources and influence in the appropriate arena.