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.
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.
Room to Bloom supports 100 young feminist artists. It is a training and peer learning programme. It funds 15 artistic productions, which will be staged in international Biennales. The supported artists will engage in constructing feminist and postcolonial artistic narratives of Europe.
The School of Transnational Activism is a reflective and action-oriented space, both physical and digital, gathering citizens and activists across disciplines to learn and explore how to collaborate beyond the nation-state.
"Trust Beyond Borders" is a research project in cooperation with the University of Siegen that aims to determine the status quo of European solidarity and pathways towards a future Europe of solidarity.
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.
URBACT’s mission is to enable cities to work together and develop integrated solutions to common urban challenges, by networking, learning from one another’s experiences, drawing lessons and identifying good practices to improve urban policies.
EURYKA aims to study the relations between inequalities and young people’s ways of doing politics and to advance scenarios for future democratic models and political systems in Europe that are more inclusive for young people.
The “Co-Creation” project is a four-year research project that aims to address urban disadvantage and territorial stigmatisation, by bringing together different actors such as researchers, policy makers, residents and artists, to ‘co-create’ understanding about marginalised neighbourhoods and to address disadvantage.
Ahead of the 2019 European Parliament elections, a group of young activists travelled throughout fifteen European countries on board of five caravans reaching out to places of struggle and resistance, in defense of fundamental rights beyond borders.
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.