The Political Network for Values is a global platform and a resource for legislators and political representatives rooted in a Trans-Atlantic dialogue on shared values and aimed at collaborating as a network on a local and global level by actively defending and promoting the values we share.
Europe will only have a future if it recognizes its Christian roots, say politicians from both sides of the Atlantic
April 13, 2021 – The future of Europe can only be built from its past and its
Judaic-Christian roots, which we cannot renounce or forget if we want
our identity to be preserved; This heritage is the key to our future and
has already proven to be a guarantee for peace for just over half a
April 26, 2021 – The future of Europe can only be built from its past and its Judaic-Christian roots, which we cannot renounce or forget if we want our identity to be preserved; This heritage is the key to our future and has already proven to be a guarantee for peace for just over half a century.
October 21, 2020 – Members of the Spanish Bioethics Committee have unanimously opposed a
euthanasia bill, warning their government that the proposed legislation would oblige doctors to commit murder.
This is Lasso, the new president of Ecuador
April 23, 2021 – A man of clear beliefs. Firm and cordial. Outspoken advocate for the right to life, the family and the fundamental liberties; consistent in his public stands on these subjects. Enthusiastic about free initiative as an engine of development. Convinced that his country can be a place full of opportunities for everyone. This is Guillermo Lasso, the new president-elect of Ecuador.
Politicians advocate return to family and Christian values in the opening day of the Conference on the Future of Europe
April 20, 2021 – As the Future of Europe debates kicked off officially on 19th of April, one of the first conferences was about families and defending the Judeo-Christian roots of Europe. The speakers included Katalin Novák, Hungarian minister for Families, Vice-president of Fidesz and president of Political Network for Values, and Lorenzo Fontana, former Italian minister for Families and minister of European Affairs, deputy secretary of the Lega party. The online event was attended by more than 100 political and civil society leaders from more than 15 countries in Europe and America.