Presenting the new DiEM Voice website!

Against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and the devastating impact it has had on the arts sector, it became apparent that it was time for DiEM Voice to be revived.

So here we are with our brand-new website and we invite you to come be a part of the redevelopment of DiEM25’s arts and culture platform!

In DiEM Voice artists can find a common space to reflect together and turn their ideas and creativity into rich political messages that promotes DiEM25’s radical proposals for social justice, transparency, a green transition to a new economic model, and the conviction that transnational action is the only arena to effect change.

We need you as politically conscious artists to help shape DiEM25’s political campaigns and initiatives; to contribute to building a new creative vision for Europe as we navigate through these uncertain times for the arts.

Come take a look at our website to learn more about us and our mission.

Also check out our ‘Raise your voice for Assange’ campaign, our first open call to artists to use their voice and join the fight for freedom of Julian Assange.

Sign up to Voice’s newsletter on the bottom of the website and follow us on social media to keep updated on the ways you can participate!

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