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Our democracy and solidarity goes far beyond elections

Blockupy International coalition. Press release 19th of May 2014 + movements across Europe participate in the days of action + Demonstrations and civil disobedience for democracy, solidarity and commons. Tens of thousands in several countries participated in the first part of the European days of action “solidarity beyond borders – building democracy from below”. Eleonora Cappuccilli from…

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The CADTM calls on the members of the European Parliament to vote against the new EU loan to Tunisia and demands the immediate suspension of Tunisia’s debt repayments

26 February by CADTM international On 13 February 2014, the European Parliamentary commission on international commerce gave its go-ahead for the European Union to accord a heavily-conditioned loan of €300 million to Tunisia. The draft project adopted by the commission would hold the Tunisian government to strictly applying the austerity measures imposed by the International…

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2nd newsletter of TroikaWatch

Enjoy the 2nd newsletter of #TroikaWatch: In this newsletter you can read about: Overall situation European level Greece Ireland Portugal Cyprus Spain Italy Slovenia Who we are and why we write this newsletter Overall situation While the general outlook remains broadly unchanged, with the Troika still pushing for severe austerity and national governments continuing their…

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A European Square

European Social Movements Strategy Meeting – Amsterdam. (See Storify) Coming from all over Europe, 60 organizations and networks [see complete list below] from well-established groups with a long history to the most recent social movements, gathered over three days in Amsterdam to share stories of successful resistance and to shape common campaigns and strategies. There…

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The new European Banking Liquidation Fund, another mechanism for transferring bank losses to the taxpayers.

The Ecofin (European Council for Economic and Financial Business) has agreed to create the fund for liquidating banks in Europe or, in other words, to insure depositors’ money, which will be called Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM). In this new pact there is, as there has been lately, a clear winner. Germany has assured itself that the…