30 countries.
One movement.
Volt.

Politics for the 21st century.

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Pragmatic
Progressive
European

Future - Made in Europe

Volt is a citizen movement with 25,000 members in 30 European countries who share the same values and the idea of a more participatory, progressive and pan-European politics

Our latest news

Volt

Europe is burning

Aug 1, 2022
The planet is getting warmer, and too little is being done to prevent the worst. For Volt, we need stronger links between member states
Volt France - Tribune - Pouvoir d'achat

Purchase power: Doubling down on fossil fuels?

Jul 20, 2022
We are wasting money on preserving the status quo of fossil fuels instead of investing in a sustainable future.
Volt France - Tribune - La bande-annonce pour le prochain quinquennat ?

Opinion : a trailer for the next five years?

Jul 7, 2022
For her first speech in the National Assembly, Elisabeth Borne presented an uninspired programme for the next five years.

The European Momentum

Our white paper for the french presidence of the Council of the European Union.

Volt France - Livre blanc - L'élan européen - La carte

Read more on the 27 concessions we propose to legitimize Europe.

Our events

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Meet Volt Europa - September 2022

Volt Europa, English
Sep 22, 2022, 05:00 PM UTC - 07:00 PM UTC
Get to know the people at Volt and hear about the latest developments in our political movement.
Volt Event

Meet Volt Europa - October 2022

Volt Europa, English
Oct 22, 2022, 05:00 PM UTC - 07:00 PM UTC
Hang out with us, get to know Volt and learn more about our way of shaping the future of Europe.

Our projects

What makes us different from other parties? We are not only a party but also a citizen movement, in touch with society. We don't just do politics, but initiate or support concrete projects across Europe, in collaboration with other organisations. In more than 30 countries, we encourage citizens at local, national and European level to rethink and reshape politics and society.

Volt across Europe

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