Monthly Archives: February 2018

Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019? by Adrian Taylor

It is clear that institutional reform is required in the EU to increase the level of democracy. Any such reform will then have an impact on civil society. But we cannot wait for governments to act. There is much that can already be done by civil society both to prove that there is a demand for greater democratic accountability in

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[podcast] Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019? #CitizensRoute e-Tribune n°3 (06/02/2018)

The third e-Tribune organised by #CitizensRoute “Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019 ?” has been podcasted. You will find the different contributions of our guest speakers, -David Carayol (Newropeans) -Davide Castro (Diem25 Belgium) -Maarten de Groot (Citizens Initiative) -Adrian Taylor (iCAN Change Agents Network) -Jens Baganz (We are Europe), here:

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Transeuropean Petition: Real representation as Europeans

In view of the vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday, WeMove.eu has brought out the petition on transnational lists. Please sign here on WeMove.eu: Real representation as Europeans and share it widely! We are putting a lot of our muscle behind this! Why this petition? Candidates running for the European Parliament in upcoming elections should be accountable to all

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Pierre Calame: L’occasion perdue d’un processus instituant citoyen pour refonder l’Europe

Les participants au congrès de lancement de la #CitizensRoute ont pu débattre les 1er et 2 juillet dernier avec Armel Prieur, co-fondateur avec Pierre Calame du Processus Instituant Citoyen pour l’Europe, qui était intervenu dans le panel “Intellectuels et activistes: Changer l’Europe, oui! Mais comment?” Aujourd’hui Pierre Calame constate avec une certaine amertume que “Nos sociétés, tout en déplorant la

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