To support our advocacy and network building, European Civic Forum produces a variety of publications, including advocacy reports, our Activizenship magazine and our new podcast, Civic Spaces. Check them out below!

Reports

Activizenship

Podcast

Policy and advocacy reports

We publish a variety of reports, on ad hoc topics like the need for an EU Civil Society Strategy, as well as more regular reports, such as our annual Rule of Law reports.

Towards Vibrant European Civic and Democratic Space

The implications of the Covid-19 pandemic on fundamental rights and civic space

Civic space in the European Rule of Law Framework

Towards an open, transparent and structured EU civil dialogue

2021 Rule of Law Report

Towards an enabling enivornment for civil society in Europe

Include project - Evaluation and good practices

Project include - Evaluation et bonnes pratiques

As state of democracy: Towards citizen rights protection in the EU

Activizenship

Activizenship is our annual magazine, bringing you inspiring stories from activists and movements across Europe.

ACTIVIZENSHIP #6

Stories of hope in dark times

ACTIVIZENSHIP #5

Stories from the lockdown

ACTIVIZENSHIP #4

Success stories of resistance

ACTIVIZENSHIP #3

Democracy under stress | Rights for all

ACTIVIZENSHIP #2

Values | Democracy | Citizenship

ACTIVIZENSHIP #1

Solidarity | Commons | From grassroots up

Civic Spaces

Civic Spaces is European Civic Forum’s new podcast, where we sit down with those fighting for systemic change in Europe and beyond.

We aim not only to highlight issues and bring attention to shrinking civic space, but also to highlight inspiring stories of successful activism. Each episode focuses on a specific topic.

Listen now on Spotify and don’t forget to subscribe!

Episode 1: Strategising for an open civic space in Europe

In our very first episode, we take you behind the scenes of our recent convening of civil society, donors and institutions. On the sides of the event, we chat to Younous Muhammadi (Greek Forum of Refugees), Julie Arrildt (Global Focus), Benjamin Sourice (VoxPublic) and Tina Divjak (CNVOS). Plus, we sit down with European Civic Forum’s Research and Advocacy Coordinator Giada Negri to find out why we need a strategic approach for an open civic space in Europe.