From its inception, DiEM25 has attracted some well-known, influential personalities from across the globe. They have been helping ‘curate’ DiEM25’s thinking, events and campaigns from the very beginning.
These people gave rise to our Advisory Panel, which advises DiEM25 and facilitates the implementation of its aims.
The following people currently sit on DiEM25’s Advisory Panel:
Austrian economist. Formerly national Chairman of the Communist Party of Austria (KPÖ) and editor of the Austrian weekly Volksstimme. Coordinator of the Transform! Europe network.
European cyborg rights activist. Founder of Ind.ie. Designer/developer. Author of the Ethical Design Manifesto.
Writer, media theorist and media activist. Founder of the magazine A/traverso; part of the staff of Radio Alice, the first free pirate radio station in Italy.
Croatian philosopher, translator and cultural theorist, writing on philosophy, politics, cultural and art criticism.
Italian director and scriptwriter, specialising in feature film and documentaries with deep political impact.
French politician; former Minister of Territorial Equality and Housing, former leader of the French Green party Europe Ecology – The Greens.
Artist, writer and activist. MP for En Comú Podem. Executive Board Member of Barcelona en Comú.
American economist and author. Professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.
French composer, performer, and music producer. Pioneer of the electronic, ambient, and new-age genres.
UK Labour Party politician; Shadow Chancellor since September 2015. MP for Hayes and Harlington.
Irish economist, writer, broadcaster and journalist. Faculty member of the business school at Trinity College, Dublin.
Writer and Associate Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bologna, Italy.
First Deputy Mayor of Barcelona, with responsibility for Work, Economy and Strategic Planning; formerly professor in constitutional law at the University of Barcelona.
Dutch-American sociologist noted for her analyses of globalisation and international human migration. Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology at Columbia; Centennial visiting Professor at the LSE.
Italian MEP, representing Central Italy. Co-founder of Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
Greek visual and installation artist, whose work blends elements of nature with contemporary audiovisual technologies.
Slovenian-born philosopher and psychoanalyst. Professor of philosophy at the European Graduate School; senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana.