Die Europa-Union Deutschland ist in ein europaweites Netzwerk von europäischen föderalistischen Organisationen eingebunden. Die  Dachorganisation der europäischen Föderalisten ist die Union Europäischer Föderalisten (Union des Fédéralistes Européens/Union of European Federalists), kurz U.E.F., mit Sitz in Brüssel. >>weiterlesen

Präsident: Sandro Gozi

Generalsekretärin (interim): Anna Echterhoff

Vorstandsmitglieder (aus Deutschland): Wolfgang Wettach

Das Europäische Sekretariat ist zu erreichen unter:
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Tel:  +32-2-508 30 30
Fax: +32-2-626 95 01

E-mail:  secretariat(at)federalists(dot)eu
Internet: www.federalists.eu

Aktuelle Meldungen der UEF

European citizens should be fully involved in the continuation of the constituent process

Declaration of the UEF Federal Committee meeting in Brussels, 5-6 November 2005For half a century, the process of European unification has granted the European citizens peace, democracy and economic and social development. The new challenges to Europe – its role in the world, its contribution to the establishment of peace, the promotion of sustainable development and the improvement of its social model in a changing economic environment under challenge from globalisation - cannot be successfully… » weiterlesen

Appeal to the European Parliament, the European Council and to the National Parliaments to re-launch the European Constitutional Process

The Union of European Federalists,alarmedby the drift towards euro-scepticism and nationalism which is spreading all over Europe, and by the fact that some political groupings have shamefully given up striving for the creation of the European Federation, pursued by the founding fathers in the aftermath of WW II;believing- that the draft European Constitution is the symbol of a political community in the making and a first step towards a European Federal Government, which is necessary for… » weiterlesen

Europe and its citizens – the internal policies of the Union

The UEF Federal Committee, taking place in Brussels, 4-5 November 2005, Considering that- The European Union has assured, for more than 50 years, peace, democracy, employment and economic development- Without a federal government, Europe is unable to cope with the challenges of globalisation, contribute to international peace, promote sustainable growth and the social market economy- The Stability and Growth Pact has given the euro-zone financial stability, but not growth- Without the European… » weiterlesen

Joint WFM-UEF Public Meeting

On Friday November 4, the UEF and the World Federalist Movement (WFM) held their first joint public conference "Federalism and democracy: the experiences and contributions of the European Union and the African States" at the European Parliament in Brussels. About 130 participants of the UEF, the WFM and the general public took part in this event.The session was opened by the President of the Republic of Senegal, Mr. Abdulaye WADE. President WADE declared himself in favour of a “United States of… » weiterlesen

“European citizens should be fully involved in the continuation of the constituent process!”

“The reflection period must not go by with pure paperwork or academic discussions”. The conviction that only a stronger and not a weaker EU provides the chance to cope with the most pressing problems of European citizens, has to be in the centre of the relaunch of the constitutional process. A powerful EU has to be a democratic one. Therefore, there is no alternative to a European constitution” declared Mercedes Bresso, President of the UEF.   “EUROPEAN CITIZENS SHOULD BE FULLY INVOLVED IN… » weiterlesen

Public debate: Revitalising the United Nations' System

Joseph E. Schwartzberg, Professor at the university of Minnesota and member of the steering committee of the World Federalist Movement, joined UEF and JEF members for an evening debate at the UEF/JEF European Secretariat in order to share his ideas on how to revitalise the United Nations (UN). » weiterlesen

Public debate: How to get Europe back on track?

The UEF, in collaboration with the European Information Office in Brussels, the Belgian representation of the European Commission and the Belgian European Movement, organised an evening debate with former and current Belgian EU Commissioners to discuss how the European Union can overcome the crisis created by the French and Dutch No’s to the Constitution. More than 120 participants attended the evening debate, which was held in the European Parliament. » weiterlesen

Appeal of the President of UEF, Mercedes BRESSO, in view of the meeting of the European Council of 16-17 June 2005

Faced with the very serious legitimacy crisis of the process of European unification after the negative referendums on the draft European Constitution in France and The Netherlands, the Heads of state and government need to make brave choices if they want to prevent the slow erosion of the integration process of the European Union.  As a consequence, European federalists ask the European Council, which is going to meet on 16-17 June 2005:  •         to decide to continue the national… » weiterlesen

Mercedes BRESSO new President of UEF

On an extraordinary Congress on 9-10 April in Brussels, Mercedes BRESSO was elected as the new President of the Union of European Federalists (UEF). Current Member of the European Parliament, Mercedes BRESSO will soon be elected President of the Italian region Piemonte following the recent regional election in Italy.  After 8 years as President of the UEF, the German Member of the European Parliament, Jo LEINEN, finished his term in order to concentrate on his functions as President of… » weiterlesen

Résolution sur Union africaine, l’Union européenne et la proposition du Secrétaire-Général sur la réforme du Conseil de Sécurité

Le Conseil exécutif de l’Union Africaine (UA), réuni à Addis-Abeba, a adopté le 8 mars une résolution historique sur la réforme du Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies. Il a décidé que l’Afrique, et non les états membres, devra être représentée au sein du Conseil de sécurité.Cette décision doit être interprétée comme un refus de la proposition de confier, à côté des membres permanents du Conseil de sécurité, à des gendarmes régionaux la responsabilité d’assurer l’ordre mondial.Si l’Afrique veut… » weiterlesen