Voices of Europe is a web-magazine and a community welcoming people who seek a deeper understanding of Europe.
Voices of Europe wish to foster European citizenship and a sense of shared European identity. We showcase Europe’s complexities, strengths and weaknesses. We want to inspire curiosity about a region that, in its broadest definition, spans more than 40 countries and includes more than 700 million people—508 million of them living in the EU.
It is our aim to exam defining moments and reference points in European history, and in this way encourage tolerance, mutual understanding, intercultural dialogue and reconciliation as a means of moving beyond the past and building the future, in particular with a view to reaching the younger generation.
Voices of Europe is a global community. We’re headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, but the collaborative and global nature of our work means we have staffers, advisors and volunteers in all of Europe. We cooperate with youth organizations and film schools around Europe in an attempt to reach a wide audience with relevant messages communicated in a fascinating and interesting way.
Specifically, our main activity is to showcase European talent and disseminate important and relevant information about European history on voicesof.eu and on social media.
Voices of Europe is a testament to the power of finding and honoring one’s voice. We wish to give Europeans the opportunity to give voice to their thoughts. Together these testimonies constitute a choir of European voices and makes it easier for people to recognize our shared identity, shared values and thus create solidarity across borders.
We cooperate with youth organizations and film schools around Europe in an attempt to reach a wide audience with relevant messages communicated in a relevant and interesting way. Our strength lies in communicating topics that concern Europeans in a relevant and strong way.
Voices of Europe is owned by a nonprofit, nonpartisan foundation. Voices of Europe has received limited funds from Europa Nævnet (Denmark).