Press Freedom - Keeping Journalists Safe

12.11.2015

Panel discussion hosted by EFA MEP Jordi Sebastià

The European Free Alliance (EFA) & Jordi Sebastià MEP are hosting a panel discussion on Pr...

The Reform of European Electoral Law

02.07.2015

EFA Conference

REGISTRATION CLOSED  Interpretation: English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Welsh Co-hosted by Jo...

Map of Europe with EFA parties

Empowering the regional dimension and minority rights in the new member states

01.07.2015

EFA Conference

REGISTRATION CLOSED CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 15:00 Opening addressJM Terricabras, EFA Group President ...

Freedom in a time of crisis

Freedom in a time of crisis

15.04.2015

A Greens/EFA conference

The Greens/EFA conference "Freedom in a time of crisis" will look at the state of freedom of speech and how it affects writers around the world. Speakers include John Ralston Saul, president PEN international and writers Tahmina Aman from Bangladesh and Kamila Shamsie, from the UK.

Environmental & Cultural Sustainability in Lužyca/Lausitz

25.02.2015

Greens/EFA Conference

Interpretation: DE/FR/EN/ES Final Programme 16h30 - 16h40 - François Alfonsi, EFA President Welcomi...

Spanish Veto on Renewables

15.10.2014

an unsustainable and anti-European decision

Join us for an event at the Parliament on the negative impact of the new Spanish legislation on sola...

The Catalan Referendum

14.10.2014

Legal and Democratic

Speakers: MEP Ramon Tremosa MEP Josep Maria Terricabras MEP Ernest Maragall Panel 1: Civil Soc...

Ballot box © Colonel

The right to decide

13.11.2013

A democratic right

 CONFERENCE DOCUMENTATION Watch the recorded video stream Simultaneous interpretation will be ...

Radio © René Mansi

Radio broadcasting in minority languages

16.10.2013

where we are, where we should go

Today globalization, the growth of the Internet and web-based information is having a direct and detrimental impact on minority languages and linguistic diversity, as global communications and marketplaces require global understanding. Nevertheless, community media are a tool that reinforces pluralism and diversity not only through radio content production, but through participatory and democratic processes that support and reinforce the European identity and cultural wealth through the use and promotion of minority languages in Europe.