What we stand for...

... the alternatives we believe in
Democracy 2.0

Current party politics based on old values are wrong: representative democracy is not real democracy. Technology makes it possible to be more directly involved in the decision process. Liquid Democracy is a good example of a practical more direct democracy.

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Transparency

Freedom of information is a basic right, as is freedom of expression. Control of those in power cannot be achieved without transparency. Open data is an excellent tool to keep the public well informed. Whistleblowers deserve the protection of society.

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Privacy and Neutrality

The digital revolution changed our society. Our right to privacy is increasingly attacked. Privacy is and should be a right for every citizen both off-line and online. We reject measures by the telecommunications companies that threaten freedom of access. Citizens should have the option to access the Internet anonymously

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Universal Basic Income

Giving every citizen a fixed income every month unconditionally and decoupled from other income, opens the way to better jobs. It takes away a most fundamental fear, eradicates poverty, simplifies legislation, kills bureaucracy and boosts creativity.

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Sustainability

Ecology and ethics should take precedence over economic efficiency and profit maximization.

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Rethinking Banks

The central banks and the IMF still lack a democratic supervision, while inequality continues to increase putting people in poverty throughout the world. We should make people aware of how the system works if we want the necessary changes to happen.

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Share Culture

The access to knowledge, technology and culture is a fundamental civil right. The current legislation concerning intellectual property, copyright and patent however is blocking this access.

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Education

Education is the basis for forming well-informed citizens who can take hold on their future instead of waiting for thinks to happen.

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Crews

West-Vlaanderen
West-Vlaanderen
~10 Pirates
De crew West-Vlaanderen werd opgericht om West-Vlaamse geïnteresseerden te informeren en begeleiden waar nodig. Wil je meer weten over de piraten partij, wil je samen met ons een crew oprichten of plannen smeden om de wereld te veranderen, contacteer ons dan gerust!
Mechelen
Mechelen
~10 Pirates
Mechelen pirates are active since about 2014 and brings together a small group of committed members from the area.Events related to the Mechelen local division can be found in the calendar of this website.
Antwerpen
Antwerpen
~25 pirates
De Piraten van ‘t Stad
Waremme
Waremme
~5 Pirates
The administrative region of Waremme contains 14 municipalities. In the good mood which characterizes the inhabitants of Liège, we welcome you gladly during our monthly meetings to discuss the local life and its future.
Ghent
Ghent
~70 Pirates
The Pirate Party wants to offer an alternative but the land of alternative people is Ghent of course!
BW
BW
~10 Pirates
We are a pluralistic crew of monomaniacs, gathering pirates living – or working – in Walloon Brabant. Come and chat with us about your mania around a good cuppa’ or a beer in Louvain-la-Neuve.
Leuven
Leuven
~5 Pirates
Every second Tuesday of the month, pirate beer in De Blauwe Schuit
La Louvière
La Louvière
~5 Pirates
Liège
Liège
~5 Pirates
Brussels
Brussels
~1 Pirate

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