Last updated on: 10/21/2015 | Author: ProCon.org

European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity Biography

Position:
None Found to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"
Reasoning:

No position found as of Oct. 19, 2015

Description:

“The European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity was founded in January 1993 by the social democratic parties and political foundations from EU countries. The first few years were mainly spent on establishing contacts throughout Central and Eastern Europe, development of relations and close cooperation and coordination with the Western European Foundations. In the following years the Forum expanded its activities. The network of contacts has reached all the countries of Central, Eastern, South Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.

The European Forum is dedicated to support the transformation and democratisation processes in the above mentioned regions.”

“The European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity,” www.europeanforum.net (accessed Oct. 15, 2015)

Mission:

“By serving as a platform for co-operation between social democratic parties, organisations and personalities it aims to contribute to the development of (social-) democracy. The European Forum informs the international social-democratic movement on the political situation in the countries of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe with an emphasis on the developments of social democracy. In addition, the European Forum co-ordinates projects in these countries.

The European Forum tries to analyse, learn and inform about certain countries, thereby improving knowledge and extending contacts. This information is published in Country Updates. The Country Updates are drafted by the project managers and interns, who bring the information up to date according to the political developments in various countries. The project managers are also responsible for the website and for the composition and distribution of the bi-monthly Newsflash.”

“The European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity,” www.europeanforum.net (accessed Oct. 15, 2015)

Other:
Coalition of European social democratic political parties
Quoted in:
  1. How Are the Palestinian Territories Governed?