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The #AllezDemocracy campaign in collaboration with Europeana was launched on the 19th of September. A list of pubished documents here

Every Tuesday and Thursday all APEF and EUROPEANA social media channel will post about one document that tells the story of the democratisation process in Europe. We invite everyone to follow the hashtag #AllezDemocracy and contribute to the debate on the democratisation of Europe.

We wil periodically update the list of published documents here:

Esborrany dels capítols del do de la Cort de Barcelona (Spain, 1365)

Registrum dove si insinuano (Malta, 1574)

Draft capitulation of the French in Gozo (Malta, 1798)

The Law of Epidaurus (Greece, 1822)

Pitäjänkokousten pöytäkirjat (Iceland, 1845-1872)

The Islaz Proclamation (Romania, 1848)

Appello agli Elettori (Malta, 1849)

Vér mótmælum allir (Iceland, 1851)

Petition to investigate alleged election fraud (Malta, 1860)

The Geneva Conventions (Switzerland, 1864)

Decreto de 8 de octubre de 1868 nombrando Gobierno Provisional, presidido por don Francisco Serrano (Spain, 1868)

List of persons entitled to vote (Spain, 1883)

Social democracy. 1887-1904 (The Netherlands, 1887-1904)

Austrian social democratic party and social democratic organizations (Austria, 1889-1913)

World Holidays and the Programme of the Social-democratic party (Switzerland, 1894 - 1898)

Poster from the Swedish People's Party of Finland for the election of the 15 and 16 March 1907 (Finland, 1907)

Who will you vote for? (Croatia, 1909)

Censitary Suffrage Card issued by the Buzău County Law Court (Romania, 1912)

Long live Dr Gjuro Šurmin (Croatia, 1913)

Protest organized by the Estonian Republican Petrograd Estonians in support of Estonia's autonomy (Estonia, 1917)

Finnish Declaration of Independence. Suomen itsenäisyysjulistus (Finland, 1917)

Sopron Memorandum (Slovakia, 1917)

Act of independence of Georgia (Georgia, 1918)

Flag of independence (Georgia, 1918)