There’s a place in Europe called Catalonia, a place with a tradition that is much more than folklore, where people organize and collaborate to achieve a common goal, to make spectacular human towers. Castells. These towers are made up of children and grandparents, men and women, people of all background and social status. They're not a reflection of Catalan society, they are Catalan society. This tradition is more than 250 years old, and is a perfect metaphor, an effective demonstration of how when people come together, they can achieve goals that seemed impossible. Deeply rooted in the Mediterranean, this tradition of human towers reflects the values of a Europe that is still possible; a collective, caring, integrating Europe where everyone counts and no one is left out.