In the wake of recent events, EU education ministers will meet in Paris on 17 March to discuss new measures to tackle radicalisation across the EU. Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Tibor Navracsics, who will attend the meeting, said: "Now more than ever, we need to build cohesive communities, and find ways to live together as a society. Education helps us to understand and accept our differences, overcome alienation, and create belonging and inclusion. I hope to see all education ministers in Paris so that we can show solidarity and start a debate on the role education can play - and how Europe can make a difference." The meeting is a joint initiative of the French government, the European Commission and the Latvian EU Presidency. It is part of the EU's wider efforts to foster inclusion and tackle radicalisation.