Brussels, 5-8 April 2017

Before continuing with your application form, please read our
mission statement below. Agreement with it is a prerequisite for
participating in the EAA:

European Dignity Watch advocates, protects, and defends societies which are based on and depend on three fundamental pillars: the right to life, the family, and freedom of religion or belief. We defend these core values as non-negotiable fundaments of any democratic society.

We believe that the first and most basic right in a just society is the right to life for every human being beginning at conception and ending with natural death. Every person possesses inherent dignity, regardless of his or her concrete circumstances.

We work for the protection and the promotion of the dignity of the person from which every human right derives.

We seek protection for the family which is based on and respects the complementarity of a man and a woman cultivating stable relationships as the basis of a fulfilled family life. We affirm that the family is the best place for children and adults to learn and cultivate love, mutual respect, and solidarity. We recognize the sustainable contribution of the family to a prosperous society and to future generations. Evidence shows that the best way to achieve this is within marriage.

We advocate for fundamental freedoms and personal responsibility, which bring about rights and duties. In our activities, we focus on: the freedom to act according to one’s conscience, to express one’s opinion, and to act according to a religion or belief, not only privately but also publicly; and the freedom for parents to educate their children according to their values.


We regard these principles as inscribed in and derived from the common nature of every person, and as essential
and stabilizing elements of our modern societies. These principles can be recognized by everyone regardless of
one’s faith or beliefs, and are essential for living together in a pluralistic society.

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