Archive: Member-contributed (English)

European Parliament

Why Europe’s treaties are failing its citizens

5.09.2017

Developing DiEM25's constituent process: A member of the London DSC's contribution to our discussion.

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UK McDonald’s workers strike for the first time for a living wage

UK McDonald’s workers strike for the first time for a living wage

4.09.2017

DiEM25 supports the strike and the demands for a living wage and the right to join a union.

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Nagasaki Bombing

Nuclear weapons modernised as nations prepare to ban them

3.09.2017

North Korea's sixth nuclear test, which it apparently conducted today, comes while the world's other nuclear powers are arming up.

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Residential neighborhoods in Houston

Europe, we have a problem: Houston, Mumbai, Niger – all within one week

1.09.2017

Extreme weather events are becoming the new normal, putting more than half of the world’s cities at risk.

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Cheer up, (or) it might never happen

15.08.2017

As the world has darkened, so has our mood. Snarkiness, cynicism and divisiveness have become the order of the day. This renders us immobile and ...

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2017 Dutch Elections - Poster

Dutch Elections and Europe: the Dutch political ‘center’ asserting itself no reason for complacency

19.03.2017

Underneath the ‘grey-right or green-right’ coalition government, which will most likely now emerge, several strong socio-economic and cultural ...

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Join us on Saturday to launch DiEM25 in the UK!

Britain needs DiEM25; and DiEM25 needs Britain

25.01.2017

DiEM25 aims to act as the catalyst to the construction of a broad left coalition able to challenge the rising nationalism in Europe and confront ...

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‘The Future of Europe – The Europe of Future?’

The Future of Europe – The Europe of the Future?

19.09.2016

International conference in Budapest on 19 September 2016. Yanis Varoufakis and Philippe Lamberts and 20 speakers. Watch the live stream here ...

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The banality of leaving the EU

11.07.2016

Banality is not just being wrong, it is being radically indifferent to the world.

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