Working for an organised civil society creating a civic alliance for a better european governance

How we work

How we work

Civic entities in motion

Plus Europe works with its network of collaborators to coordinate civic initiatives, interact with European institutions, to enforce civic participation in European democratic governance.

We work with:

  • European citizens & civic entities

The raison d’être of Plus Europe are the citizens. Therefore, citizens are the natural partner with which we collaborate.

  • Chambers of Commerce & Companies

Chambers of Commerce are essential to enhance civic participation in European governance, since they are the greatest business network of committed and talented citizens. As such, Plus Europe considers them central partners.

The power of chambers in Europe is represented, for example, by Eurochambres, the European Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, that counts with*:

  • 47 European member countries
  • 2,000 regional and local Chambers of Commerce
  • 20,000,000 of enterprises of which 93% are small and medium-sized
  • 120,000,000 employees

*Source: Eurochambres 2013

  • Professional Associations

The involvement of several professional associations is fundamental as well. The expertise and professionalism of their affiliates make them committed citizens, not only to their profession or skill, but also to a wider conception of shared European citizenship.

Therefore, Plus Europe collaborates, among others, with European, national, regional and local associations of Economists, Lawyers, Engineers, Journalists, Consumers or students.

  • European Rotary International

Rotary International is civil organisation with the objective of advancing international understanding and peace through local clubs in many cities around the world that are united through ethical standards of service.

Rotary in Europe is comprised of *:

  • 8,560 European Rotary Clubs
  • 323,128 Members
  • 445 Mediterranean Basin Rotary clubs
  • 10,691 Mediterranean Basin members
  • Which represent 9,095 Clubs & 333,819 members

* Source: RI Official Directory 2013