We are in the XXI century, with thousands of years of, history and thousands of discoveries and innovations that have allowed our kind of being, now, in full development. Yet, all that glitters isn't gold, especially in our Italy: after obtaining many rights, that have led us to become a “civilization” in all respects, we are still stuck in the network of uncertainty and of absurd, mainly because of our muddled policy and less enterprising than other European countries.

And right in comparison with our neighbors, it emerges, among other deficiencies, the resounding deprivation of voting right to students ranging in Erasmus. From this arises the initiative #GenerazioneSenzaVoto, strongly developed in the consciousness of all Italian sections of Erasmus Student Network, in order to allow to our citizens, who are temporarily in a European country that is part of an international mobility program, to be able to vote from the location of their exchange during political elections. Something that seems trivial to say, however still blocked by Italian law.

However, our guys of ESN were not discouraged and, for some time now, for some time they are already collecting signatures in their municipalities of residence, trying to carry on this common battle and obtain 50.000 signatures needed to present a law proposal of popular initiative at the Parliament. Even ESN Pisa is at the forefront in this very important initiative, engaging with his staff through the streets of the city, with banquets and willing young people, ready to involve all residents, with extreme availability and sympathy. In conclusion, unity is strength and never as in these circumstances the cooperation of all is essential.

This is to allow that our generation and future generations have rights of which we could not use. Everything fits perfectly with the social and international spirit of ESN, in addition to ensuring the possibility of exercising one of their fundamental rights, while participating in a community project promoted by the Italian government, which is perhaps the most important project of the European Union precisely because of its ability to contribute to the formation of the future European generation, of which we are part.