The European Pirate Party

  • For language codes we use ISO 3166
  • For language abbreviation we use ISO 639-2.
  • For English versions please use British English where possible (US, Australia, or India will not likely join Europe soon)
  • The working pads for the analysis start here.

PPs from EU and EFTA countries

Abbr. Country Homepage Original programme Mirror Original English Version
AT Austria Programme
BE Belgium 167419_10150838161095796_1696750869_n.jpg Programme
BG Bulgaria Programme
CAT Catalonia Programme (CAT)
Programme (ENG)
CH Switzerland Programme
CY Cyprus logo.jpg Programme
CZ Czech Republic Programme
DE Germany Programme EN
DK Denmark Programme
EE Estonia Programme ET EN
ES Spain Programme
FI Finland Programme FI EN
FR France Programme
GAL Galicia programme
GB United Kingdom Programme
GR Greece Programme
HR Croatia Programme
HU Hungary
IE Ireland
IS Island Píratapartýiš Island
IT Italy Programme
LU Luxembourg Programme
LT Lithuania 303455_355420207830525_2075516765_n.jpg Programme
LV Latvia Programme
MT Malta programme
NL Netherlands Programme
NO Norway New party, no programme yet
PO Poland partia_piratow_logo.jpg
PT Portugal Programme
RO Romania
SE Sweden ProgrammeProgramme
SI Slovenia Programme
SK Slovakia 62931_477480503572_1175091_n.jpg Programme

PPs from other European countries

Abbr. Country Homepage Original programme Mirror Original English Version
AL Albania 188080_365206886850243_1152167451_n.jpg
BY Belarus Programme
KZ Kazakhstan
RS Serbia Programme
RU Russia Programme
TR Turkey korsan-parti-logo-226x300.jpg
UA Ukraine Programme

The procedure for compiling the data is

  1. Step 1:
    1. assign persons to programmes
    2. copy & paste those programmes into the corresponding sections of the various pads. Create a new one if there is no suitable one.
    3. state “no position” in those pads for which the programme does not have a position statement
    4. translate into the pads
  2. Step 2:
    1. assign persons to topics (partly done)
    2. extract information
    3. identify and separate the conflicting parts
    4. move to more abstract level if necessary
    5. identify and separate the common parts
  3. Step 3:
    1. update with newly joining party programmes (e.g rare languages)
    2. continuous