Publications

(September 11, 2018)
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Summary: Activizenship magazine was launched as an attempt to capture current trends and transformations affecting civil society’s activities across Europe, to connect ideas and experiences about the role of civic movements and organisations in revitalising democratic and political space. We can hardly pretend to provide the answers to all present and future challenges. We can only hope to pose some questions which […]
Keywords: movements, solidarity
Categories: Civic Space, English, Publications
(March 24, 2016)
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Summary: Activizenship magazine was launched as an attempt to capture current trends and transformations affecting civil society’s activities across Europe, to connect ideas and experiences about the role of civic movements and organisations in revitalising democratic and political space. The second issue of Activizenship has just been released ! In the continuity of the recent developments about fundamental rights and civic space in […]
Keywords: Activism, citizenship, Values
Categories: Civic Space, English, Publications
(March 24, 2016)
ACTIVIZENSHIP_2_WEB.pdf download View | Download
Summary: Activizenship magazine was launched as an attempt to capture current trends and transformations affecting civil society’s activities across Europe, to connect ideas and experiences about the role of civic movements and organisations in revitalising democratic and political space. The second issue of Activizenship has just been released ! In the continuity of the recent developments about fundamental rights and civic space in […]
(February 24, 2016)
Summary: The Citizen Rights toolkit has been produced by European Civic Forum and by European Alternatives as part of the Citi-rights Europe project.
Categories: Civic Space, English
(February 24, 2016)
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Summary: The Citizen Rights toolkit has been produced by European Civic Forum and by European Alternatives as part of the Citi-rights Europe project.  
(November 26, 2015)
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Summary: This Manifesto is the fruit of a mature reflection during the toughest period of the crisis which swept across Europe, and out of which we are hardly stepping. Along with it, the belief in the ability of the European project to promote and secure collective well-being has been seriously fractured and undermined. With its response […]
Categories: Civic Participation, Civil Dialogue
(November 26, 2015)
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Summary: This Manifesto is the fruit of a mature reflection during the toughest period of the crisis which swept across Europe, and out of which we are hardly stepping. Along with it, the belief in the ability of the European project to promote and secure collective well-being has been seriously fractured and undermined. With its response […]
(November 26, 2015)
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Summary: Sixty-two European networks of associations and non-governmental organisations backed by 22 coalitions at the national level joined forces to form the European Year of Citizens Alliance 2013 (EYCA) with the aim of engaging civil society in a broad debate on what European citizenship means today, identifying the challenges ahead and formulating solutions. One of the […]
(April 22, 2015)
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Summary: S’appuyant sur les expériences positives de la coordination pour l’Année Européenne de la Citoyenneté Active et constatant l’absence, au niveau européen, d’un dialogue civil réellement efficace tel que prévu par le traité de Lisbonne, nous considérons que le temps est venu pour la société civile organisée de se rassembler et de lancer « Civil Society Europe […]
(April 20, 2015)
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Summary: Avec l’approfondissement de la crise économique et sociale, la croyance des citoyens dans la capacité du projet européen à assurer un bien-être collectif a reculé. Particulièrement mais pas seulement dans les pays où les politiques d’austérité sont supervisées par les institutions européennes, l’UE est perçue comme responsable du recul des droits et de la démocratie. […]