Pirate Party Statement Concerning "Anonymous" Arrests. Pirate Party spokespeople are always ready to give a lively, informed, and often provocative view on the issues of the day.
Whether it's tech politics, civil liberties, the EU, local issues or anything else we'll have something to say. For interview requests, specific statements or quotes, or to automatically receive press releases email the Press Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0161 987 7880. You can find more contact details on our contact page if you would like to get in touch with a specific person or team.
If you would like further information about a specific person you can find biographies and images on their profile page by searching our staff and volunteer list and you can access some of the many appearances online, in print, on TV and radio on our press archive. Winnipeg North first Canadian battleground for Pirate Party. A 25-year-old Winnipeg businessman is the first Pirate Party of Canada candidate to run for federal election.
Jeff Coleman, a former ESL teacher who owns a design and 3-D company, is running in the upcoming federal by-election on November 29 in Winnipeg North. His plan: to take to the streets of his home riding to engage voters in issues that surround the digital age. Coleman plans to campaign on his party’s key principles: confidentiality on the internet, intellectual copyright and patent law reform, keeping the internet democratic and free and using the web to make government practices and information available to the public.
But he’ll also be adding to his platform some local issues, determined by his constituents through Twitter and Facebook. It’s all part of the party’s campaign model to bring a platform of information reform coupled with “a crowdsourced listening campaign” which is designed to identify the distinct needs of each riding. Pirate Party Radio. 2011.05.05: Last episode of Pirate Party Radio airs. 2011.04.28: Pirate Party Radio returns to with episode 58!
2010.12.30: Pirate Party Radio on hiatus until April 28, 2011 while James is in film school. See everybody soon! 2010.01.31: I was interviewed along with David Crafti, the President of the Australian Pirate Party on an Australian radio show called Great Southern Stand. Head over to their site and take a listen the interview! 2010.01.20: Thanks to Epex for the great new Pirate Party Radio logo. Thepirateparty.com. Pirate Party Australia. Pirate Party UK.
Pirate Parties International. Elected posts won Officially registered Active, unregistered pirate party No pirate party Member of Pirate Parties International Active Pirate Party, but not PPI member Pirate Parties International (PPI) is a not for profit international non governmental organisation with its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Formed in 2010 it serves as a worldwide organisation for Pirate Parties, currently representing members from 42 countries.
Aims The PPI statutes give its purposes as: to help establish, to support and promote, and to maintain communication and co-operation between pirate parties around the world. The PPI advocate on the international level for the promotion of the goals its Members share such as protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the digital age, consumer and authors rights oriented reform of copyright and related rights, support of information privacy, transparency and free access to information. History The Uppsala Declaration Structure