Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe

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Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe
(French) Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe
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The foundation is based on the campus of the University of Lausanne.
Formation 1978[1]
Founder Jean Monnet[1]
Location
Official language
French and English
Website jean-monnet.ch

The Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe is an organisation which supports initiatives dedicated to the construction of European unity. The foundation is inspired by the thinking, methods and actions of Jean Monnet.[2]

The origins of the foundation date from a meeting between Jean Monnet and Henri Rieben in 1955 and it is located at the "Farm of Dorigny", in the heart of the campus of the University of Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Archives[edit]

The foundation houses the personal archives of Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman, Robert Marjolin, François Fontaine, Jacques Van Helmont, Paolo Emilio Taviani, Robert Triffin, and the Earl of Perth.

Gold Medals of the Foundation[edit]

The Gold Medal of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe (Médaille d'or de la Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe) was awarded to:

Presidents of the Foundation[edit]

Publications[edit]

The Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe published various documents, such as:

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Overview and statutes of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe (oage visited on 28 January 2015).
  2. ^ a b Olivier Perrin, "Jean Monnet, l'Européen dont l'héritage vit à Lausanne", Le Temps, Wednesday 13 July 2016 (page visited on 13 July 2016).
  3. ^ "Red Books" collection, Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe (page visited on 4 August 2016).
  4. ^ Launch of the "Debates and Documents Collection", Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe, April 2014 (page visited on 4 August 2016).

See also[edit]

External links[edit]