Help us build a digital hub for activism!

A digital hub for DiEM25 2.0.

Our website is more than a place on the Internet, it’s our movement’s digital hub, a vital area for members to coordinate their activities.

And for a few days now, you’ll find our website has been supercharged. As well as a complete revamp of the design, there are now sections for volunteer recruitment and a financial transparency portal!

But we are just getting started and we have very ambitious plans to turn our website into the online tool our movement truly deserves.

Here is what we’ve already been able to do with our resources:

Website Redesign

A complete redesign of our site, that now offers a more user-friendly browsing experience, and makes it a lot easier to find useful information, including how to volunteer so more people get involved! Also, we’ve upgraded our servers.

Financial Transparency

We’ve included a financial transparency portal that offers the movement’s exact monthly financials through simple graphics. Its design has been modelled after that of the United Nations’, so you can review our monthly expenses by organising categories as you like, and even learn the money allocated to each area of the movement! And, you can still access the movement’s monthly budget and donations flow in real-time from your Members Area.

Members Area

All features inside the Members Area have been substantially improved. For example, organizing DiEM25 events and contacting people who have signed-up is now easier than ever. Local groups have new abilities to find more members and all groups now have private workspaces.

There certainly is a lot of work that still needs to be done. While DiEM25 is mostly powered by volunteers lending their skills and time to the movement, there are certain technical tasks that require us to invest money.

If you can spare 5 or 10 euros today, you’ll be making a significant difference for our movement in a world where our digital platform is more important every day. DiEM25 does not receive subsidies or donations from rich people, businesses or governments. If we want our site to be a powerful hub for the movement, we must fund this ourselves. Can you help?

Donate what you can here!

Thanks and carpe DiEM25!

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