|Motto||Defend and promote life, family, and liberty|
|Founded||2013 in Madrid, Spain|
|Headquarters||Paseo de la Habana 200, Madrid, Spain|
|Method||Internet activism, online petitions|
CitizenGO was founded in Madrid, Spain, in September 2013 by HazteOir to expand its scope of action beyond Spanish-speaking countries, advancing the use of online petitions as a form of Internet activism to increase public participation in the democratic process. CitizenGO says that they have "team members located in fifteen cities on three continents" who facilitate users signing petitions in 50 countries, in 8 languages with plans to add more. The CitizenGO Foundation is financially supported by online donations made by their members. The CEO of CitizenGO is Álvaro Zulueta. The CitizenGO Foundation Board of Trustees is composed of Ignacio Arsuaga (founder and president), Walter Hintz, Blanca Escobar, Luca Volonte (UDC politician), Brian S. Brown (president of the National Organization for Marriage), Gualberto García, Alexey Komov (Putin's ally), Alejandro Bermudez, and John-Henry Westen.
CitizenGO promotes campaigns opposing abortion and euthanasia. CitizenGo has opposed the introduction of the "Estrela report" into the European parliament, which recommends member states to provide comprehensive sex education in schools and ensure access to abortions, among other things.
In late May 2019, CitizenGo hosted a petition by "Right to Life" calling on streaming service Netflix to stop funding a legal challenge to Georgia's controversial Heartbeat bill. The group also called for subscribers to cancel their Netflix subscription as a sign of protest.
In February 2019, CitizenGo organized a petition calling on DC Vertigo to cancel Mark Russell and Richard Pace's Second Coming comic series, which they regarded as blasphemous for its depiction of Jesus Christ. Russell subsequently confirm that it had been his decision to request the return of the rights to the series.
In late May 2018, CitizenGo circulated a petition calling on Disneyland Paris to cancel a scheduled pride parade called the "Magical Parade" on 1 June 2019.The Walt Disney Company rejected the petition and the Magical Parade went ahead in Paris.
CitizenGo Africa opposes decriminalising homosexuality in Kenya.
CitizenGo was set up in 2013 - the same year as Vox - as an ultra-conservative version of the progressive campaign platforms Avaaz.org and MoveOn.org.
defence of Christian values
HazteOir, CitizenGo, Profesionales por la Ética, Centro Tomás Moro, Abogados Cristianos, Más Libres, Instituto para la Política Familiar, Organización del Bien Común... Son los lobbies ultracatólicos, que cuentan con el apoyo más o menos directo de una parte de la Conferencia Episcopal Española.
Volontè is also on the board of CitizenGo, a globalizing online mobilizing platform that grew out of the Spanish organization instrumental in promoting a bill to restrict abortion enacted in 2010.
CitizenGO, a Madrid-based Christian foundation whose principles include the belief that life begins at conception.
CitizenGo is affiliated via board member Alexey Komov to Russian businessman Konstantin Malofeev, who is close to the Russian government and the Russian Orthodox Church, and has supported separatists in Ukraine's Donetsk region, as well as far-right groups in the European Union.
El documento que presentaron a la embajada mexicana tenía la portada el nombre de CitizenGo, una de las organizaciones que ofrece apoyo internacional al Frente Nacional por la Familia, en México, y que el periodista de Proceso, Álvaro Delgado identificó como una de los tentáculos de El Yunque español que están detrás de las movilizaciones en México