Create your profile and meet other EUMANS, take part in conversations, preparation of initiatives, and coordination of new actions. You can also discuss EUMANS Statute and have your say in the creation of the paneuropean Movement of popular initiative. If you register on EUMANS Agorà you can also receive all the updates about upcoming meetings, the calendar of initiatives, and other updates on our actions.

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EUMANS! is a Pan-European movement of popular and non-violent initiatives which has amongst its objectives; protection of human rights and fundamental liberties, the achievement of the rule of law and democracy, as well as ecosystem safeguarding and sustainable development.

EUMANS! mission and objectives are defined in the Statute of the EUMANS! (European) Association, which anyone can apply to and join.

The Activation Agreement, on the other hand, is an instrument established in the Statute of the EUMANS! to define and facilitate the development, collaboration and cooperation between activists. It is therefore not necessary to be a member of EUMANS! to sign the Activation Agreement.

In particular the Activation Agreement concerns:
  • Elaboration and activation of initiatives
  • Functions, rights and responsibilities of activists
  • Economic sustainability
  • Tools available for activists
The Activation Pact is revised according to the forms provided for in the Statute of the EUMANS!, through consultation phases with activists.


Political objectives defined in the Statute are achieved through the activation of participatory democracy instruments, the civil disobedience and the direct action based on non-violent methods.
The initiatives can be activated and dismissed at a local, national and international level and aim to realise effective reforms and not to merely enunciate potential protests.

How to activate oneself for an initiative?
Once the Activation Agreement is signed, EUMANS! activists can:
  • Activate themselves for existing initiatives
  • Propose, coordinate or make the activation of new initiatives easier
  • Propose partecipative forms to initiatives coordinated and promoted by other platforms or movements
How to propose an initiative?
Every activist who signs the EUMANS! Activation Agreement has the possibility to take part in the development of existing initiatives and in the activation of new initiatives.
Each activist can propose initiatives that are compatible with EUMANS! statutory objectives, and assumes the responsibility to cooperate with others activists and to seek forms of assistance and support for their proposal even outside of EUMANS!


The structuring of the roles and procedures in EUMANS! is based on experience gained step-by-step by activists together during ongoing initiatives. In addition to the roles established in the Statute (President, Coordinator, Administrator, the Assembly of members, the Council for Participatory Democracy), the Activation Agreement provides for and aims to facilitate the relationship between them:

Whoever has signed the Activation Agreement is an activist. Activists are informed about the ongoing initiatives and the possibilities of mobilisation, and take on operational roles to organise and coordinate the local, national and international network at the service of the initiatives.

Activists are committed to promoting awareness and visibility of the EUMANS! Movement, inviting other European citizens to meetings, mobilisations and assemblies. The Activists are regularly and transparently informed about the political and organisational aspects of the initiatives.

Each activist can take on the role of “activator” of specific initiatives, agreeing with the President and the Coordinator the commitment to coordinate an initiative from its conception to its execution, with the responsibility of strengthening the network of activists and supporters and fostering the process of synergy of the competences of other activists and interaction with other movements and organisations.

By signing the Activation Agreement, activists commit themselves to creating an environment of development and collaboration based on individual responsibility and the enhancement of personal skills and experiences.

In particular, on the platform every activist is aware that EUMANS! reserves the right to remove without prior notice comments that are offensive, vulgar, blasphemous, unnecessary, highly provocative or contain advertisement content.

Furthermore, EUMANS! is in no way responsible for the content of comments posted by activists on and its channels: the latter, therefore, take full responsibility.

EUMANS! therefore reserves the right to remove at its sole discretion any comments that contain the following content:
  • Illegal, defamatory, racist or libellous
  • Incitements to hatred or violence
  • Detrimental to people, institutions or religions
  • Harmful to the privacy of others
  • May cause harm to minors
  • Damaging to trademarks, patents and copyrighted content
  • Personal data of third parties
  • Misuse the medium to promote or advertise commercial activities.


EUMANS! aims to provide academic and scientific support to each initiative and to help evaluate, develop and strengthen the impact of each initiative on the basis of the scientific method.

Relations with Parliament, Local Administrators and Institutional Citizens Representatives
EUMANS! actively seeks dialogue with all elected citizens representatives in institutions at the international, national and local level, regardless of their party or ideology.

Relations with other organizations and their members
EUMANS! welcomes and encourages the exchange of policy formulation and networking initiatives with other movements and organisations, and participates in European coalitions and networks whose objectives include democracy, promotion of the rule of law and of the sustainable development targets. EUMANS! activists are encouraged to take part in these networks.


The website provides a registration system through which the Activation Agreement is signed. The site is the public and transparent space in which to channel policy development, knowledge and mobilisation on current and proposed initiatives.
Virtual public assemblies are central to EUMANS! political debate. The meetings are recorded and accessible on the website and on the EUMANS! youtube channel.
The activation materials prepared for the initiatives are processed by the activists themselves and made available through shared archives and folders.
The political and technological tools prepared on the website and the activation of third-party tools (telegrams, social media, other tools) are instrumental to the organisation and management of activities.


Economic sustainability is one of the basic criteria to activate new initiatives. Each EUMANS! activist commits to promoting initiatives and raising funds by means of:
  • Applications to EUMANS! membership
  • Donations for individual initiatives on the website
  • Identification of institutional funding projects to submit to the President and the Coordinator in order to be evaluated according to their coherence with the EUMANS! mission!
The updated report of donations received and spending will be published on the EUMANS! website every three months and at the end of each year of membership.

Marco Cappato
Responsible for the data of the EUMANS Association of which Marco Cappato is President. To know what data is collected and how it is processed, see the PRIVACY POLICY.
General Data Protection Regulation - 2018 (GDPR)

Based on the provisions of art. 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation (below, GDPR (1)), Associazione Luca Coscioni per la libertà di ricerca scientifica (hereafter, ALC), the Associazione Soccorso Civile (hereafter, ASC), the Science for Democracy Association (hereafter, SFD), and the Associazione Eumans (AEU) as joint data controllers, inform you that the personal data you have provided for the purposes of joining each of the aforementioned Associations, including the particular data (2) meaning those provided as a sympathizer or donor or militant or volunteer, or for the purpose of a mere request of information related to the initiatives carried out by the associations, will be treated for the exclusive purposes of managing the associations’ relationship or other relationship with them, in compliance with your fundamental rights and freedoms, and limited to what is necessary for the pursuit of the legitimate interest pursued by the joint holders. (2) (3)

Your data will be processed by those who operate under the authority of the joint holders, as well as by external subjects who, where deemed necessary or appropriate, are appointed as data processors.

The treatment will take place both with paper instruments and with the aid of electronic equipment, in full compliance with the principles dictated by GDPR, also in relation to the adoption of appropriate measures to guarantee the security, protection and confidentiality of your personal data.

The provision of personal data is not mandatory, but in its absence it will not be possible to follow up the management of the associations’ relationship, meaning managing your position as a sympathizer or donor or as someone requesting information.

Personal data may be disclosed to third parties to whom some fiscal, accounting, administrative and management services are outsourced.

Your data may be used, subject to your consent, also to send informative material relating to the activities and campaigns carried out by the joint holders for the pursuit of the related statutory purposes, via sms, other messaging systems (e.g. WhatsApp), or e-mail.
Consent may be revoked at any time.

The data you provide will be kept after the termination of the associations’ relationship, only for the period necessary for the fulfillment of the legal obligations that the joint holders are required to respect, meaning for the period in any case necessary for the exercise of the rights of defence in the event of litigation.

The data provided by sympathizers or donors or militants and volunteers, or people requesting information, will be kept, subject to your consent, for the aforementioned sending of information material.

Pursuant to the GDPR, you are attributed the exercise of specific rights, including, under the conditions indicated in the GDPR, the right to access your data (art.15), to correct them (art.16), to delete them (art.17), to limit them (art.18), as well as the right to oppose the related processing (art.21) (4). All your rights may also be exercised by submitting a complaint to the Guarantor for the protection of personal data.

The joint holders of the processing are:

Associazione Luca Coscioni per la ricerca scientifica, Via di San Basilio 64 – 00187 Rome, Italy tel. 06.64010848 Fax 06.23327248– PEC – E-mail:;

Associazione Soccorso Civile, in Via Gian Leonardo 16 – 00147 Rome, Italy

Science for democracy, Rue Ducale 41 – 1000 Bruxelles – Belgium tel. +32.27810823 E-mail:

Associazione Eumans, Via di San Basilio 64 – 00187 Rome, Italy tel. 06.64010848 Fax 06.23327248

Last revision of this information: April 2020

[1] Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation)

[2] The notion of particular data includes, among others, and as far as is relevant here, those that reveal racial or ethnic origin, union membership, biometric data intended to uniquely identify a natural person, and data relating to health

[3] The so-called legal basis of the processing must therefore be located in art. 6 par. 1 lett. f) (balancing of interest) and, for what concerns particular data, in art. 9 par. 2 lett. d) of GDPR

[4] Since the processing of your data is based on the legitimate interest referred to in art. 6 par. 1 letter f), the conditions for exercising the right to portability pursuant to art. 20 of the GDPR are not met