Raise your voice for Assange

We are calling on all artistic members to come join us and to help build the creative platform of DiEM25!

DiEM VOICE is the creative platform of DiEM25, existing as a vital mode of communication between the grassroots members, activists and artists alike. We believe that art has the power to act as a crucial driving force, in order to deliver and inform the movement’s policy and message and to intensify the fight to democratise Europe!

Open Call: Raise your voice for Assange. 

Submit your work here!

Your input will be imperative to see that art is extended to all corners of DiEM25 and as a first initiative we are launching an open call to all creatives. Participate, use your voice and join DiEM25’s fight to demand freedom of Julian Assange!

Find out more about the project and how you can submit your work here. Deadline is March 15 at 17:00 CET.

Learn more and get involved

  • Watch the first DiEM Voice TV episode featuring Maja Pelević and Milan Marković Matthis, who talked about their project “They live” when they became members of seven leading political parties in Serbia, how that changed their perspective on parliamentary democracy and how they look at it almost ten years later.

  • Visit our new webpage on the main DiEM25 site

  • Join and start a discussion with other creative members in the DiEM Voice area of the Forum. Here you will also find announcements of our upcoming actions and coordination calls.

  • Contact us directly at voice@diem25.org

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