A University Student in Malta, tasked with growing and establishing Volt in Malta, where he's been living since 2000. Joined Volt in early 2018 and was Volt Europa's Social Media Manager until mid 2019. Arnas is a member of the European Communications Team.
A Civil Defence Officer in Ireland. Joined Volt in late 2018 and after briefly being Country Lead for Volt Ireland, transitioned to completely supporting the European Communications Team in early 2019. Supports Volt Malta as Lead of HR ensuring all new members are able to Volt in any way they'd like to.
Volt Malta is still in its infancy. Want to help grow the team or become part of it? Then be sure to join!
Who are we?
We are professionals and people looking for a new occupation, experts and students, but above all a group of people extraordinarily passionate about our countries and our continent.
Currently, more than 70% of Volt Europa's members have never been part of a political party before joining Volt.
We are a movement, aiming to deliver real reforms through the contribution of those who truly care about the future of European countries: people like you. We are truly open - anyone who adheres to our values can join. Something that we all share is our passion to try to change things ourselves. We meet in local groups all across the continent, in order to discuss and develop good proposals, to organize listening tours, to identify candidates, and to run for elections. We are 100% democratic and transparent.
Status of Volt Malta
Currently Volt Malta contains few, but very passionate members who also operate on the European Level of Volt. However the next goal is to grow and become an official party, all the while pushing for change that align with Volt's values, as a Movement.
Structure of Volt Europa
The core of Volt. Every member is part of it. Every member can vote in it. The GA convenes one or two times per year to decide the strategic direction of Volt.
The CC applies the strategy decided by the General Assembly and guarantees political coherence across all our national teams. Every national team has two representatives in the CC.
European, National, and Local Teams
The European, national, and local teams are responsible for the daily operations of the movement. We have a matrix structure to ensure strong coordination and alignment across these three levels