No to War in Europe! This is not a simple slogan, but an appeal to take action. As the confrontations at the Ukrainian-Russian border intesify, not only political leaders, but also actors of the civic society, should raise their voice and take a firm stand against nationalism and the threat of war. Read what our authors write about it.
We, civic activists from states that are signatories to the European Convention on Human Rights, members of the Council of Europe or participating in the OSCE note the urgent need to prevent war in Europe.
Citizens Take Over Europe goes to Florence to take part in the European Citizens’ Panels of the CoFoE
This weekend we are in Florence together with 200 citizens from all over Europe to take part in the European Citizens’ Panels of the Conference of the Future of Europe. We will be there to raise our concerns and say once again that citizens need to be at the center of the discussion!
A public discussion by the EUI-STG democracy forum under the umbrella of EUI Democracy in the 21st century Interdisciplinary Research Cluster.
Written by Alvaro Vasconcelos The real lesson of what happened on July 25 in Tunisia, when the president, Kais Saied, carried out what was, in effect, a coup d’état, is clear; autocratic populism is a serious threat to democracy. Nor…
The new research analyses how civil society in Europe and its attitudes towards the European project have changed dramatically in the past decade of multiple crises.
We are happy to launch today our first publication with key recommendations and best practices in the field of European migration addressing EU representatives, civil society, mayors and city representatives.