Who is behind this?

Andrzej Plewa



Idea Sketch | Proposal


Idea pitch

Let’s return the Europe to the citizens. The civil project of creating the grassroots European Constitution.

Where will your idea take place?

Hamburg, Warszawa

Why does Europe need your idea?

Europe is the people. We feel that people from all over the world, especially in Europe, want to have more influence for definition of rules in their life environment.

What is your impact?

The purpose of project is to increase a participation of citizens in taking decisions. Not only once for 4 years like it’s now. The project assumes an elicitation of Europeans. We would like to restore in that way a natural, grassroots, not enforced social relations. We would like to increase a trust among citizens and create transnational communities about ideas, not about leader or party. The project should increase a level of identification Europeans with Europe.

Moreover, increase a sense of perpetration among citizens should have a positive impact to their health.

How do you get there?

The scheme of procedure gonna look like:

1. Creating the certification rules for institutions which check data.
2. Creating a database of institutions from every single member countries.
3. Sending an invitations to participation in this initiative.
4. Certification notified institutions (on-line), which then put the logo on their websites.
5. Institutions with certificate can certify next ones.
6. Confirming the identity of citizens who register in Adhocracy by institutions having certificate during normal activity on-line and in terrain.
7. Starting the common creating of Constitution (in countries with no English speaking could arise the civil committees for translate. They could translate every single fragments of proposal to the native language.).
8. Deliver the Civil Constitution

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Who are you doing it for?


What makes your idea stand apart?


€ 50000,-

Funding requested from Advocate Europe

€ 50000,-

Total budget

Major expenses




Idea created on April 8, 2015
Last edit on Oct. 30, 2017

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