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In 1999, the European universities of Florence, Hannover and Salonica, together with the Israeli Beer Sheva, Ben Gurion University, and two non-profit cultural associations - the Salonica-based Planning and Research and the Florence-based ASFER (Associazione per lo studio del fenomeno religioso - Association for the Study of Religious Phenomena) began research on behalf of the European Commission on the theme "European Identity, Welfare State, Religion(s)". The research lasted 28 months and was part of the TSER (Targeted Socio-Economic Research) programme dealing with social integration. The objective of this is to combat marginalization and new forms of exclusion, with the chief aim of identifying effective methods of constructing a sense of citizenship and a solid and solidary European identity.

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