There are different reasons the European dimension can better tackle the problem we want to address to. First and foremost, each Member State over the years has developed its practices that are the result of different choices (cultural, social, etc.) that have, with different intensity degree, impacted on the social structure bringing about national specificities. Carrying out the project at European level means having in the partnership different national points of view. To make it clear: in another project we are implementing right now, it is common to hear “well, in our country we normally use to do this way. What about your country? How do you do it?”. Besides, as the Buddhist story at the beginning shows, we all have partial information that is very often nationally based and culturally biased. The transnational dimension will help in enriching our partial information, for sure.