This year, on the 15th of March there will be general elections in the Netherlands, and the Dutch pirates looks in the polls like they will get a seat. But to be able to run in the elections they need your help. Like most countries the Netherlands have created hurdles to bar new parties from […]more
Dear members and guests,
it is an honor to invite you to the Council Meeting 2016. It is the second second council meeting for the European Pirate Party and the first online meeting. The meeting will take place at the VoteIT platform of European Pirate Party. The meeting will run on between 26th and 30th […]more
The release of the Panama Papers – 11.5 million documents leaked from the database of Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca – has resulted in waves of stories exposing the hidden wealth of politicians, celebrities and other influential figures. Three Icelandic ministers are listed as owners of offshore companies registered in tax havens.
You can read […]more
In many of the biggest political scandals of the past months – Luxleaks, Dieselgate and now the Panama Papers – we saw trade secret laws abused as a shield against investigation and exposure of how corporations are harming the public good, avoiding taxes and endangering public safety. Whistleblowers find themselves fighting for […]more
Dear Members, As was decided at the Council Meeting in Brussels earlier this year the European Pirates will hold an additional Council Meeting online to review and decide upon statute changes that will move the seat of the organization to Luxembourg. After some delay the board is proud to invite our members to […]more
To improve efficiency of the work of the board we have recently desided to migrate all our working documents, wiki, storage, and graphic material to Github.
You can find us here!
If you want to contribute to the wiki on Github send an email to Mattias Bjärnemalm and let us know your Github account so […]more
DEAR EUROPEAN PIRATES
The newly elected board would like to express our appreciation for your trust and participation at the first council meeting. The debates and discussions we had were honest and during those two days a lot of things that needed to be said were said and heard.
But now it is time for […]more
A new board was elected at the 1st Council Meeting of the European Pirates that took place last 17th and 18th of July.
Smári McCarthy (Pirate Party of Iceland) became the new chairperson.
Muriel Rovira Esteva (Pirates of Catalonia) and Tale Haukbjørk Østrådal (Pirate Party of Norway) were elected as vice-chairpersons, Sven Clement (Pirate […]more
During the 2014 PPEU Founding Conference, the time ran out before it was possible to vote on the admittance of Observer members.
It has been decided to add to the agenda of the July 17-18th 2015 Council meeting a vote on the membership applications that could not be voted on last time. The Board has […]more
As we mentioned here, ordinary members of the European Pirate Party can send delegates to the council meeting so that they can vote, provided they are up to date on their membership fees. But what does this mean? Well, it’s all there in the statutes, especially Art. 13 and 15, but for the sake of transparency […]more