Future - Made in Europe
Volt is a citizen movement with 15,000 members in 30 European countries who share the same values and the idea of a more participatory, progressive and pan-European politics
Valerie Chartrain & Laurent Romary
in the 7th circonscription outside of France (Central Europe)
Cédric Deverchère & Audrey Ngomsik
in the 4th circonscription outside of France (Benelux)
Eric Galéra & Kenza Mounsi
in the 9th circonscription of the Nord departement
Support our candidates and our goals of political renewal, more pragmatisme and pan-european coopération.
Our latest news
A pro-European France, between social rights, environment and economy, is possible
Bulletin Avril 2022
Presidential elections 2022: On the road to the legislative elections
The European Momentum
Our white paper for the french presidence of the Council of the European Union.
Read more on the 27 concessions we propose to legitimize Europe.
Meet Volt Europa - May 2022
Meet Volt Europa - June 2022
Our opinion pieces
Europe must support the Ukraine
For a coordinated response on the border of Ukraine
What makes us different from other parties? We are the first pan-European party that is also a movement - not just doing politics, but making Europe a better place beyond Europe's borders. In more than 30 countries, we encourage citizens at local, national and European level to rethink and reshape politics and society.
Europeans aren’t equal when in comes to voting in elections, and we’re here to change that. Make your voice heard for the future of Europe!
Europewelcomes is a project that showcases municipalities across Europe that have pledged to show solidarity and welcome refugees rescued at sea and in overcrowded refugee camps.
Our initiative which aims to show that people across Europe care about the fate of refugees in Europe and at its borders. Help us raise awareness and take concrete action.
Vote sans frontières
Our initiative to help EU citizens participate in elections here in France and at home from getting registered to supporting Volt campaigns across Europe.
Our "EuroTrain" initiative proposes the introduction of a single European rail network. The focus is on increasing the number of high-speed lines and night trains, as well as on a unified technical and ticketing system.