The agenda of the General Assembly of Volt France

> General assembly with elections of a new bureau

> Campaign with Volt Germany

Paris, 6th September 2021

Volt France is organising its September 2021 Summer Days and General Assembly in the particular context of the health crisis, in Strasbourg on 11-12 September 2021.

The programme will be built around key events, including our General Assembly, which will culminate in the election of the new board.


Friday, 10th September

  • 19:00 Meet & Greet

Saturday, 11th September

  • 10:00 - 17:00 General Assembly, Maison des Associations de Strasbourg (MDAS) 1a Place des Orphelins, 67000 Strasbourg
  • 20:00 Dinner

Sunday, 12th September

  • 09:00 - 12:00 March from Strasbourg to Kehl with Volt Baden-Württemberg
  • 15:00 Campaign Events in Kehl, Germany

This Saturday also marks the tragic anniversary of 20 years since the attacks of 11 September 2001 - our members will gather to remember these events which have shaped the course of history and must serve as a reminder of our struggle against all forms of violence.

The key moments of the weekend will be broadcast live on our social networks, allowing all members to follow this important event and interact in real time.

Volt is a progressive and European movement. For us, collaboration across borders is essential if we are to meet the challenges of our generation and beyond. Ecology, employment, health and living together - in a changing world. We also need to move, to act instead of reacting with emergency funds. To act together instead of isolating ourselves.


Eric Galéra - Responsable Relations Médias
Mail :

Charlotte Barsky - Co-Responsible Communication, Volt France / 07 81 82 50 23

Rayane Seitz - Co-Responsible Communication, Volt France / 06 98 64 47 70

About Volt

Volt France is the French chapter of the pan-European political movement Volt Europa, founded in March 2017 and present in all EU countries. In 2019, it garnered over half a million votes across the continent in the European elections and won its first seat in the European Parliament. Since then, its candidates have been elected to various municipal bodies in several countries. Volt wants to tackle pressing issues such as climate change, social inequality and economic crises through a more democratic and unified Europe.

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