WE ACT IN THE BELIEF THAT THE MOST URGENT POLITICAL, CULTURAL AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES OF OUR TIME CAN NO LONGER BE UNDERSTOOD OR DEALT WITH AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL. AT THE SAME TIME, EXISTING FORMS OF TECHNOCRATIC GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN GOVERNANCE ARE NEITHER DEMOCRATIC, JUST, NOR FAIR.
Artsformation is a research project that aims to understand, analyse, and promote the ways in which the Arts can reinforce the social, cultural, economic, and political benefits of digital transformation.
Critical ChangeLab (Democracy Meets Arts: Critical Change Labs for Building Democratic Cultures through Creative and Narrative Practices) is a Horizon Europe research and innovation project addressing democratic erosion trends by strengthening youth participation in society. The project is carried out…
The "D.E.M.O." project aims to encourage and facilitate the active engagement of a wide network of European citizens through both capacity-building & citizens’ engagement actions, in the context of the upcoming 2024 European Elections.
New Challenges on the Urban Periphery is a project using the concepts of co-creation, a research method using creativity to co-produce knowledge with academics, communities and creative practitioners about urban marginality, in the context of Paris banlieues.
Room to Bloom is a feminist platform for ecological and postcolonial narratives of Europe. Room to Bloom brings together feminist artists with a migration background who create ecological and postcolonial narratives of Europe.
A series of citizens assemblies taking place across the continent, TransEuropa Assemblies is engaging citizens and residents of the EU in a deliberation of their priorities for the 2024 European elections, with the aim of influencing party political programmes ahead of the elections, and contributing to the deepening and extension of the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Trust Without Borders is a research project in cooperation with the University of Siegen, University of Siena and University of Warsaw that aims to determine the status quo of European solidarity and pathways towards a future Europe of solidarity.
The Youth Movement & Campaign Accelerator is part of European Alternatives’ School of Transnational Organizing and offers European youth and community leaders a space to organise and develop actions to advance struggles for solidarity, democracy and climate justice.
The Feminist Peace Practices project (FPP) engages in contextualising and highlighting transnational feminist peacebuilding interventions, particularly those that employ the use of arts and culture, in different African countries.
Workers without Borders advocates for the European institutions to do more to protect the rights of workers who move. In particular, it calls on the newly established European Labour Authority to take initiative in order to protect the rights of young workers and people in precarious forms of employment.
Our members are citizens, activists, researchers, artists, organisers, civil society organisations, progressive movements and grassroots initiatives who are actively imagining, demanding and enacting transnational alternatives to the current political institutions and economic models.