Yearly Archives: 2020

Last Month in DiEM25: July 2020

7.08.2020

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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MeRA25 is reorganising and strengthening: Electing its 1st Central Committee!

7.08.2020

After the ratification of its new Statutes by all DiEM25 members, MeRA25 now needs to elect the new organs that will govern it.

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News from Turkey: Hagia Sophia, COVID-19 and violence against women

7.08.2020

The Provisional National Collective in Turkey's first issue of a monthly review on Turkey’s social, economic, and cultural state of affairs.

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Against the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States: Our right to know is his right to publish

3.08.2020

The exhibition in Leipzig is drawing the public's attention to the continued violation of the human rights of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

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Noam Chomsky: On the weaponisation of false anti-Semitism charges against radical progressive movements

31.07.2020

Chomsky: It would not be surprising if DiEM25 is soon subjected to the same treatment as its success increases and its outreach grows. Be prepared.

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Open Call: In the era of coronavirus, participate with one word

31.07.2020

Participate in OPEN THE BLACK BOXES!, a participatory Digital Art Project that asks you about your hopes and fears during this crisis.

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Joint Statement on the rising tensions between Greece and Turkey

29.07.2020

The Aegean and the East Mediterranean should be a Sea of Peace, Cooperation, Shared Renewable Energy and green prosperity.

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The most dangerous case against press freedom continues in silence

28.07.2020

Wikileaks editor-in-chief after yesterday's hearing: new indictments by US prosecutors are a 'third try' after failing to provide a 'credible case'.

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Why Bitcoin is not a socialist’s ally: Reply to Ben Arc

28.07.2020

I remain as enthusiastic on blockchain’s capacities and as unimpressed by Bitcoin’s ability to help us to civilise or transcend capitalism.

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