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:
Rue d'Arlon 53
1000 Bruxelles

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 Federalists call for joint efforts to conclude ratification process successfully - Revision of the new Constitution no later than 2008

The Union of European Federalists welcomes today's signing of the European Constitution in Rome. "This is an act of great political importance. And it is a symbol towards the political unity of Europe - something the European Federalists have been struggling for since the end of the 2nd World War", declared Jo Leinen, President of UEF and Chairman of the Constitutional Affairs Committee of the European Parliament.  The citizens rightly ask for a European Union that is democratic, transparent… » weiterlesen

WFM Annual Council Meeting

On 23-24 October 2004, the Annual Council meeting of the World Federalist Movement took place in The Hague and brought together around 50 delegates from WFM member and associated organisations. UEF was represented by Bruno BOISSIERE, Secretary-General, and Maya AUGUSTYN, Member of the UEF Bureau. » weiterlesen

UEF becomes member organisation of world federalist movement, European federalists demand EU seat at UN

The application of Union of European Federalists (UEF) to become a Member Organisation of World federalist Movement (WFM) has been unanimously approved by the Council of World Federalist Movement meeting on 22-23.  October 2004 in The Hague. On this occasion, the Bureau of UEF declared its support for an EU seat in the United Nations Security Council.  For the UEF Bureau, the German Government’s bid to win a permanent seat in the UN Security Council would risk dividing Europe into… » weiterlesen

UEF / Federal Union Workshops and Stand at the European Social Forum

Federalists went to the European Social Forum in London on 15-17 October to argue the case for federalism and the European Constitution. Federalists were in a minority, but it was important to be there. » weiterlesen

Declaration: UEF support the entry of the Union in the Security Council of the UN

The European Bureau of the Union of European Federalists,consideringthat the request of the German Government to apply for a seat in the United Nations Security Council would risk dividing Europe into opposing camps and confirm the impression that the intention is to form a European Directorate of powerful countries, sanctioned at world level, which will make decisions for everyone;takes the view- that the only way to enable Europe to speak with one voice in the world is for the European Union… » weiterlesen

Declaration of the UEF Bureau: UEF supports the entry of the EU into the Security Council

The European Bureau of the Union of European Federalists,  considering  that the request of the German Government to apply for a seat in the United Nations Security Council would risk dividing Europe into opposing camps and confirm the impression that the intention is to form a European Directorate of powerful countries, sanctioned at world level, which will make decisions for everyone;  takes the view  - that the only way to enable Europe to speak with one voice in the world is for the… » weiterlesen

European federalists debate strategy to ratify the European Constituion. Joint effort needed to conclude ratification process successfully

A joint effort including all European institutions as well as national and regional governments and the civil society is necessary if the process to ratify the European Constitution is to be concluded successfully. This was the main outcome of the public debate “What strategy to ratify the Constitution?”, organized by the Union of European Federalists (UEF) on September 29th in Brussels and attended by about 200 participants.  “The Convention and the IGC have done their part of the job. But… » weiterlesen

European Constitution : What strategy for its ratification?

On 29 September, 2004 at 7 p.m., the UEF organised an evening debate on “The European Constitution: What Strategy for its ratification?”. » weiterlesen

New EU Commission responsibility for European Constitution unclear

In the new European commission no member will be directly responsible for the further process of realising the European Constitution. This was critizised by the president of the committee on constitutional affiars, the German social democrat Jo Leinen. The Barroso commission should see itself as an engine of the constitutional idea and as a guardian of the achieved compromise. It must not step into the role of a pure bystander, said Leinen.  It was extremly useful to have two commissioners… » weiterlesen

Federalists' action in front of the European Parliament and launch of the new federalist intergroup

On Monday 19 July 2004, a few hundred activists from UEF and JEF from Belgium, Italy and France, gathered in front of the European Parliament in Strasbourg (France) in order to welcome the new MEPs to their first plenary session after the European elections and to hand over an appeal with the Federalist’s expectations for the legislative period 2004-2009. In the afternoon the activists met with MEPs and discussed the issue of a federal . » weiterlesen