Yearly Archives: 2020

Who says Britain doesn’t have political prisoners?

8.09.2020

Not content with its own kangaroo court, the British establishment is blocking critical reporting of its record of corruption and lies.

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Hunger strikes in Turkey as lawyers are prosecuted under anti-terrorism laws

8.09.2020

Ebru Timtik died amidst a hunger strike following a deeply flawed and highly politicised trial in March 2019. The people are demanding justice.

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Everything Must Change! The World After COVID-19

7.09.2020

The book brings together prominent thinkers to present a rich and nuanced weighing of progressive possibilities in the wake of the pandemic.

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Last Month in DiEM25: August 2020

7.09.2020

Now, more than ever, we need a strong, capable movement to push ahead our common-sense agenda for Europe and its people.

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Yanis Varoufakis on COVID-19, Brexit, and Austerity

3.09.2020

The Oxford Political Review interviews Yanis Varoufakis to talk about COVID-19, Brexit, the Eurozone, Austerity, and his book 'Another Now'.

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Julian Assange Exhibition #WeAreMillions

3.09.2020

From September 1-14, a photo exhibition on Julian Assange and freedom of the press will take place with the Courage Foundation at KVFM.

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News from Turkey: Disputes over oil and gas, unemployment, and a bleaker economy

31.08.2020

The economy in Turkey is not only under the strain of the pandemic but also under the pressure of foreign policy and lasting structural problems.

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The results are in: here’s who was elected to lead our movement

29.08.2020

DiEM25 members from across Europe and beyond have voted, and our renewed Coordinating Collective (CC) has emerged!

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Authoritarianism in Australia: right-wing politics in the antipodes

Opinion

28.08.2020

The emergence of COVID-19 has deflected attention from rising authoritarianism across a number of areas in Australia.

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