- Over 10,000 people participated to the March for Europe and a few thousands more joined at the final event with the march "Our Europe" at Coliseum.
- Groups coming from 24 European cities outside Italy (Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Helsinki, Leipzig, Lisbon, Luxembourg, Lyon, Madrid, Munich, Paris, Seville, Sofia, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw) gave a genuine European dimension to the March.
- Over 90 Italian cities were represented by groups of different sizes.
- A large representation of the European Parliament joined the March, with around 50-60 members from all main political parties and different countries (and 20-30 from the Italian parliament).
- A high number of European and Italian personalities attended the event as well (preliminary list).
- The main European political parties were represented at their highest level and took active part in the March and the speeches before the March: the Presidents of the European Socialist Party and the European Green Party, as well as the European Parliament's group leaders of the Liberals and Democrats, Socialists & Democrats and Greens. The EPP was represented by their most senior members of the European Parliament.
- A few dozens of Italian regions and cities were present with an official delegation and their official flags and banners.
- The many partners of the network March for Europe made a great mobilisation effort and were present with a delegation.
- In the morning before the March, our Forum on the Future of Europe ('Europe Fights Back: Re-gaining Vision, Re-building Trust, Relaunching Unity') which was packed with participants and high level speakers from the world of culture and politics.
- In the afternoon of the 24th, a conference at Rome III University, organised by the platform of intellectuals supporting the March for Europe, with a number of former prime ministers as speakers.
- Projection of federalist images and slogans on the Coliseum in the evening of the 24th.
- In the afternoon of the 24th, a conference at the Chamber of Deputies organised by JEF, including Federica Mogherini as a key-note speaker.
- In the afternoon and evening of the 24th, a forum of civil society at the La Sapienza University, organised by the Italian European Movement.
The March showed the vitality and strength of the European Federalist and pro-European movements, we made incredible efforts of promotion and mobilisation across Europe. With this event we have helped to create a better and positive political climate for the political decisions that will hopefully follow the Rome Declaration. We have accumulated respect and political capital, which will be useful in our advocacy work towards decision-makers and political parties in the coming months. And, last but not least, we have injected new energy in our organisations and our activists.
We thank everyone who contributed to the success of the event, but especially the Italian Movimento Federalista Europeo that did an amazing job politically and organisationally, with a team made only of volunteers and completely self-financing the event, the many Union of European Federalists (UEF) and Young European Federalists (JEF) sections that organised groups to come to Rome. A special thanks goes to our European Secretariat in Brussels - David, Laura, Adeline, Francesco and Valentina - have worked with passion and dedication to this event for the past few months.