About Diem25 in Dublin

DiEM25 is a pan-European, cross-border movement of democrats. We believe that the European Union is disintegrating. Europeans are losing their faith in the possibility of European solutions to European problems. At the same time as faith in the EU is waning, we see a rise of misanthropy, xenophobia and toxic nationalism.

If this development is not stopped, we fear a return to the 1930s. That is why we have come together despite our diverse political traditions – Green, radical left, liberal – in order to repair the EU. The EU needs to become a realm of shared prosperity, peace and solidarity for all Europeans. We must act quickly, before the EU disintegrates.

Diem25 in Dublin is dedicated to spreading the message of Diem25 across Ireland and to build bridges between the Irish people and our fellow Europeans. We contribute to the Diem25 project by organising regular meetings, setting up inclusive discussions about the main issues the organisations aims to solve and by bringing people from different cultural and political backgrounds together to democratise the European Union.

You can read the Diem25 manifesto, which is outlines the core ideas of the organisation, here.

Contact

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There are several ways in which you can contact Diem25 in Dublin.

  • To join any of our meetings, please go to our meetup site at http://www.meetup.com/Diem25-Ireland-Meetup/. All the information about the time, location and program of the meetings will be posted there. To indicate that you’re joining one of the meetups, sign up with Meetup.com and click “join us” on the Meetup page.
  • To join the ongoing online conversation of Diem25 in Dublin, please go to https://groups.google.com/forum/#!aboutgroup/diem25ireland and click “subscribe to this group” to be part of our mailing list.
  • If you’d like to be part of the ongoing organisational issues in Diem25, for now you can join our “Slack” account.
    • Once you have joined, we will send you an invitation to Slack by e-mail
    • In the Slack invitation email click on the “Join Team” button
    • Enter your name, choose a username for yourself and click on the “Next” button
    • Now choose a slack password and click on the “Join Team” button