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About DiEM25

The Democracy in Europe Movement 2025, or DiEM25, is a Pan-European political movement launched by former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. Their movement aims to reform the European Union's existing institutions to create a "full-fledged democracy with a sovereign Parliament respecting national self-determination and sharing power with national Parliaments, regional assemblies and municipal councils".

Articles by DiEM25

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

DiEM25’s European New Deal – a summary

The idea of Europe is in retreat and the European Union is at an advanced state of disintegration.

Mr Draghi, what are you afraid of? Release #TheGreekFiles!

Join the campaign to demand that the ECB publish the legal opinion it commissioned on whether its closure of Greece’s banks in 2015 was… legal.

Declaration of Brexit Britain event

"During the EU referendum, we campaigned across and beyond party lines for a progressive Remain vote. Now, we have a duty to provide continued opposition to Tory Brexit." Another Europe is Possible declaration.

Leading activists, artists, scholars and political figures take central role in DiEM25

Noam Chomsky, Elif Shafak, Brian Eno and Zoe Gardner are among the people who will be coordinating DiEM25’s activities from today.

Democracy in Europe: DiEM25 in Rome with Yanis Varoufakis

Video from the Acquario Romano in Rome, 23 March 2016, for "Democracy in Europe - Launch of Transparency in Europe, now!" by DiEM25 and official launch of DiEM25 in Italy. 

Transparency in Europe now!

Sign the petition to demand full transparency at the European Union now.

Our fragmenting Europe and DiEM's response

A video edit from the 1st Session of the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25) launch in Berlin, kick starting the conversation that DiEM25 is facilitating to put the demos back into Europe’s democracy. ( 27 mins.)

Noam Chomsky joins DiEM25

"DiEM25's Manifesto is a bold effort to reverse the damage and restore the promise,” says Chomsky.

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