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Volunteering

Dear supporters, 

We are looking for passionate, action-oriented volunteers to help us increase the impact of the campaign. At this stage, our volunteering work mostly involves translating articles, graphics design creation, and active networking with civil society organisations.

Before volunteering, please acknowledge and agree with the following principles:

  • Our focus is Europe. This campaign focuses on the eurozone and we are not aiming at expanding it beyond Europe. If you are not European, please think twice about whether you really want to help with this campaign.
  • Volunteering is not about self-promotion. If you are coming here to seek an audience for your political or economic ideas or theories, volunteering is probably not the right way. Please consider submitting a blog post instead.
  • The campaign is being run by a coalition of organisation. By volunteering you agree that your contacts details might be shared with our partners who may contact you.
  • We value respect and freedom. All the persons involved in the campaign are expected to show appreciation and respect. Volunteering does not mean you are obliged to accept any task that you maybe invited to fulfill. If you don't feel like doing something or cannot commit to it, it is your right to refuse.
  • Be positive – Focus on points of agreements with the people you might cooperate with.

Are you happy with the principles above? Please tell us below how you would like top help by checking the relevant boxes and let us know a bit more about you! Become a volunteer

  • commented on 65 Economists support QE for People 2015-12-03 15:34:14 +0100
    Well I listened to Mr Draghi’s response to the dutch member of the EP,
    and he basically said at the end that the ECB is playing on all the instruments that CB’s have gathered experience with over the last centuries,
    but that they do not play untried procedures like QE4P.
    He did not sound opposed to the discussion, maybe somebody should make present him with Zarlenga’s book ( the lost science of money)
    to ease his mind about new things, which had been around thousands of years ago…
    cheers