Archive: Member-contributed (English)

Refugee Crisis

EU migration: Achmed’s story

12.03.2018

Europe's perverse refugee policy: create impossible barriers even for those who deserve protection unambiguously.

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International Women's Day 2018

The polis needs the feminine, at least as much as the feminine needs the polis

8.03.2018

The feminism developed in recent years relates the legitimate claim of women’s full citizenship within the polis with a more symbolic – but not ...

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International Women's Day 2018

We the women

8.03.2018

DiEM25 Galicia-DSC Manifesto in support of today's women's strike.

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International Women's Day 2018

The gendered cost of austerity

8.03.2018

Kate Fristic on how austerity policies affect women and men in different ways.

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Kasia

For The Times They Are A-Changing

6.03.2018

We need to establish party wings while ensuring that the movement takes the lead. We need these dialectics in our struggle for more democracy in ...

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Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own

Election loss, victory of the idea

5.03.2018

With very limited resources, virtually no access to media, loose infrastructure and entirely voluntary activist base, the Initiative managed to ...

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International Women's Day 2018

Is 8 March special?

5.03.2018

Let us celebrate 8 March both as a day marking considerable progress this year, but also as a special day destined to disappear because we will ...

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United Kingdom Elections 2017

Glimmers of Hope for the UK’s Post-Brexit Future?

5.03.2018

Labour’s plans are among the most hopeful developments in the Brexit process so far, and are strikingly similar to DiEM25's proposal for a ...

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International Women's Day 2018

Why should we care about care?

1.03.2018

As a progressive movement, proposing some of the most radical and interesting ideas in Europe, DiEM25 must make greater efforts to call out ...

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