Join DiEM25 members to celebrate half a decade of DiEM25!

9 February 2021 marks the anniversary of DiEM25

“In February 2016, a group of activists, thinkers, and agitators gathered together in Berlin’s Volksbühne theatre and vowed to shake Europe. Nothing had been scripted — it was a simple, beautiful idea that brought together people from all corners of the continent.”

Whether you’ve just joined DiEM25 this year amidst the pandemic, or been here from the beginning, take a moment to (re)discover the history of our movement! You can now read about the DiEM25’s big accomplishments and key moments for the past 5 years, and have a look at all the grassroots stories that are a part of our community.

See you at our Anniversary Event tomorrow at 20:00 CET!

We will release a documentary on the night, telling the story of DiEM25’s party MeRA25 in Greece! Tune in here to register for the opening. The documentary will be followed by an FAQ with the production team and some of the members featured in the documentary. 

We will also officially announce some of our initiatives, such as our relaunch of DiEM Voice, the arts and culture platform for the movement!

Register for our public event that will take place on 9 February starting at 20:00 CET here and watch it on Youtube.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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