Words of Europe – funded by the European Commission through the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values program – is a project aimed at encouraging citizen participation in the 2024 European elections.

It will bring together cultural, social, and journalistic organizations from across Europe and use art, film, and radio to bridge the gap between the language of politics and the language of everyday people. The project aims to engage young people who will be voting for the first time in 2024, as well as those who are typically excluded from debates on the future of Europe, including non-citizens and those who live in Europe without citizenship in a member state.

Words of Europe will create opportunities for this transnational and intercultural community to meet and mobilize: events, workshops, and the final conference will involve citizens from Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Malta, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Austria, and the Czech Republic, countries chosen both to ensure geographic diversity between the North, South, West, and East of Europe (including islands) and as relevant to the project's target groups (e.g., Rom communities, Migrants, Abstentionists).