The death of Ibrahima: A systemic tragedy

Opinion Piece

The death of 23 year old Ibrahima whilst in police custody sparked outrage in Brussels. It is not the first tragedy of its kind.

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How to revive the environmental protest

Opinion Piece

Environmental movements must recognize that without a concrete opposition at the heart of our political system, their actions will remain ineffective.

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The Progressive International will send an observer delegation to Ecuador

We hope to witness the people of Ecuador exercise their rights freely and fairly, and to send a powerful signal in defence of democracy everywhere.

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Why identity politics is killing the Left

Opinion Piece

We must judge our politicians on the basis of what they do when they're in power, despite whatever symbols we're told they represent.

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MeRA25 launches their own radio!

MeRA25 refuses to be silenced - its very own radio station launched today and will cover what goes on in the Greek parliament.

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The state of our unions in the UK

Opinion Piece

Amidst Brexit and COVID-19, our unions are more important than ever in order to fight 'fire and rehire' schemes and eroding worker protections.

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We need to radically reimagine the way we travel and commute

Opinion Piece

The oil and automotive industries’ attempts to spread misinformation about electric vehicles is a bid to protect a harmful business model.

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Local groups in action

DiEM25 in Germany: Retrospection on an unusual year

For the German DiEM25 landscape, 2020 brought considerable change to our activist endeavours and electoral wing.

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“Free Assange!” protests are taking place every Monday in Brussels 

The 92nd protest in support of Julian Assange in Brussels took place on Monday 4 January and will continue until he is free!

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Protestors at Amazon HQ in Luxembourg: “Amazon has to pay!”

Protestors denounce mistreatment of warehouse workers, environmental damages and tax evasion in front of Amazon’s HQ in Luxembourg.

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Discrimination against LGBTQIA+ students in the Netherlands

The Dutch Minister of Primary and Secondary Education's pronouncements aggravate the already difficult conditions for LGBTQIA+ youth.

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