PartyParty is the top European source for political professionals, vital for those working in politics, parties, and election campaigns. We tell stories from the perspective of the people inside the machine rooms of politics – non-partisan, practical, and across borders.
It is a project powered by the Innovation in Politics Institute.
We work with a large group of different authors from Europe and beyond to cover the lastest developments in party politics.
PartyParty strives to be the top European source for political professionals, vital for those working in politics, parties, and election campaigns. We tell the stories from the perspective of the people inside the machine rooms of politics – non-partisan, practical, and across borders. Through its work, PartyParty aims to strengthen pro-democratic politics. In this spirit, PartyParty also covers political parties outside of the pro-democratic spectrum, if pro-democratic politics can learn from a particular practice, and if the practice is not inherently problematic.
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Our goal is the complete accuracy of the information we provide. We encourage thorough fact-checking and verification of information from reliable sources before publication. If there is a mistake identified after the publication, we will publish the correct version as soon as possible. If articles or other formats were affected by such a correction, it will be marked accordingly.
Our authors and the entire PartyParty team commit themselves to honesty, transparency, respect for privacy, and avoidance of conflicts of interest. We encourage responsible journalism that respects the dignity and rights of individuals. PartyParty has a zero-tolerance policy for plagiarism. Sources must be attributed, both for factual information and quotes. The editorial work of PartyParty is independent and autonomous. Our content is not influenced by any external stakeholders.
PartyParty encourages respectful exchange among our community. If comments or other forms of communication do not adhere to this standard (e.g., hate speech, personal attacks, or spam), we will take appropriate action.
This editorial policy is a living document that may need updates over time. We will regularly review and evolve this document.
At PartyParty, we firmly believe in the power of diversity and inclusivity to foster democracy. We are committed to creating a platform that embraces and celebrates the diversity of voices, perspectives, and experiences that exist within our society and political world. We strive to be a catalyst for positive change by championing inclusivity and promoting equitable representation across all our content.
Our commitment to diversity extends to the stories we tell, the individuals we feature, and the contributors who collaborate with us. We actively seek out a wide range of voices, representing different political ideologies, backgrounds, cultures, races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, ages, and religions.
In our pursuit of diversity, we are committed to providing equal opportunities for content creators, contributors, and employees. We actively support diversity in our hiring practices, ensuring that our team reflects the diversity we aim to showcase in our content. We foster an inclusive and respectful work environment that values and respects the contributions of every individual.
We understand that diversity goes beyond representation and encompasses the need for equity, justice, and fairness. We acknowledge the historical imbalances and systemic inequalities that exist within the media industry, and we are dedicated to challenging and dismantling those barriers. We are committed to continuous learning, growth, and improvement, and we welcome feedback from our audience and stakeholders to hold us accountable to our diversity and inclusion goals.
We invite you to join us on this journey of celebrating diversity and building a more inclusive media platform and with that a strong and resilient democracy.