European Movement International

EMI Federal Assembly re-appoints Diogo Pinto as Secretary General and adopts new policy positions.


The European Movement is an International organization open to all political, economic, social and cultural trends in civil society. It is known as the main and most recognized platform of pro-European organizations.

The EMI aims to influence the reform process of the EU and to gain citizens support for it in line with its principles: “To contribute to the establishment of a united, federal Europe founded on the principles of peace, democracy, liberty, solidarity, and respect for basic human rights. It seeks to provide a structure to encourage and facilitate the active participation of citizens and civil society organizations in the development of a united Europe”.

EMI was created after the pan – European Congress in Hague (in May 1948). The European Movement was formally created on the 25th October 1948 in Brussels.

Currently, the EMI is represented in 42 European Countries and regroups 27 International Associations. Its unique structure covers almost entire Europe: from Iceland to Turkey; from Portugal to Finland; EU member states, potential candidates as well as other European Countries.



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