Young Democrats for Europe

Towards a common immigration policy


According to Amnesty International, 2014 has been the worst year for refugees since 1945. More than 50 million people have been thrown out of their home due to the increase in armed conflicts. In its annual report the NGO denounces the lack of reaction of the international community regarding this humanitarian emergency. The EU falls short of its obligations The European Union especially falls short of its obligations. From the 4 million Syrians said to […]


Manifesto: keep the internet open!


Access to a free digital network is essential. All data should be treated on the Internet equally and not discriminated or charged differentially by user, content or mode of communication. We sign the Youth4NetNeutrality manifesto to guarantee freedom of speech, safeguard equality and open internet principles.   For the first time in history, the youth of Europe is united from conservative to progressive, from left to right, from North to South and from East to […]


Hope for the future, pride to be European

Pride to be European

Young Democrats for Europe have hope for the future. Europeans like Europe but regret its inability to solve problems such as unemployment which stays one of our key concerns. Hit by the crisis, unable to fix an effective strategy, European leaders have failed. They are the ones Europeans consider guilty, not the European Union. Nevertheless, the European project is a victim of this failure. Young Democrats for Europe want to pursue the European dream, this […]


Europe is a political project

Italian Delegation - 2014 EDP Congress

The VI EDP Congress, held in Brussels, has just concluded after two days of discussion. More than 100 delegates, coming from 17 different countries have attended. The Congress took place during a signifying period for Europe and Italy. With regards to Italy, the previous days had been marked by a controversy between Italian and German governments about the Italian debt; controversy arisen from the words of Angela MERKEL against Italian policies about debt reduction animating […]


A busy December for the European Democrats


  Following the 2014 European elections, the EDP held its Congress in Brussels on the 10th and 11th of December. Delegates from our organisation attended the Congress and we also organised a Board and Council meeting.   Concluding the first 3 months of the new Board team, these meetings were an occasion to end the preparations of our 2015 initiatives and actions. These two days were also a warm gathering of Democrats during this festive period. With […]

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