Posts By: Rosemary Bechler

When saying No isn’t enough: what should progressives do?

Opinion

4.10.2021

Rosemary Bechler, member of DiEM25's Coordinating Collective, on what progressives must do besides just saying NO.

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Informed opinion carves a new democratic path for Bristol

20.07.2021

UK Councillor Paula O’Rourke explains how Bristol’s citizens’ assembly is helping them to build back better.

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La démocratie délibérative et le « nous national » monoculturel d’Israël

30.05.2021

Rosemary Bechler, éditrice du site OpenDemocracy, sur la polarisation, le "nous national" monoculturel et l'exceptionnalisme israélien.

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Deliberative Democracy and Israel‘s Monocultural ‘National Us’

Opinion

24.05.2021

Rosemary Bechler, mainsite editor at OpenDemocracy, on polarisation, the Monocultural National Us, and Israeli exceptionalism.

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L’affaire Sarah Everard révèle la misogynie profondément ancrée au sein de la société britannique et de son système judiciaire.

27.03.2021

L'enlèvement et le meurtre de Sarah Everard ont suscité une vague de sympathie de la part des femmes du pays et de ceux qui s'en occupent.

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Sarah Everard reveals ingrained misogyny in UK society and its judicial system

18.03.2021

The abduction and murder of Sarah Everard has produced an outpouring of sympathetic grief from the nation’s women and those who care for them.

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On March 8, let us not only reclaim the streets but reclaim our democracies

8.03.2019

On International Women’s Day let us not only reclaim the streets, but reclaim our democracies, and defend the rights of all the dissenting ...

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DiEM25

DiEM25’s electoral wing is a historic moment

4.10.2017

How DiEM25 could become ‘a hotbed of grassroots democracy capable of supranational solutions’, according to our CC member Rosemary Bechler.

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