Posts Tagged: democracy

Simply not good enough: a look at the policy programmes of German political parties

21.09.2021

A comparison of DiEM25’s Green New Deal for Europe policy programme with the programmes of other German political parties.

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Germany: will the federal election bring any positive change for Europe?

Opinion

21.09.2021

With 16 years of Angela Merkel coming to an end, who will be the next German chancellor? By Clemens Holtmann.

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Art and culture in autocracies that pass for democracies

Opinion

14.09.2021

If there is a next future, the EU should support dissident art and culture producers living in autocracies.

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

30.08.2021

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

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What can we learn from the beautiful game? Featuring Yanis Varoufakis, Roger Waters, Brian Eno and Ken Loach

13.07.2021

Live this Thursday at 7PM CEST on DiEM TV, with Ken Loach, Yanis Varoufakis, Brian Eno, Roger Waters and Frank Barat.

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DiEM25 takes to the streets on Julian Assange’s 50th birthday 

30.06.2021

To mark the 50th anniversary of Assange, DiEM25 members will take to the streets in front of UK and U.S embassies in several European cities.

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“Anything to Say” art exhibition inaugurated in Geneva in support of Julian Assange

18.06.2021

Art project ‘Anything to Say?’’ by sculptor and DiEM25 member Davide Dormino, was officially inaugurated on Saturday, June 5, in Geneva.

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Spanish Citizen’s Climate Assembly could still deliver — if the government allow it

Opinion

14.06.2021

Despite the fact that the Spanish Government itself has declared a climate emergency, it refuses to take concrete measures.

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The results are in! DiEM25 members decide movement’s official stance on Israel-Palestine

11.06.2021

After weeks of debate within DiEM25, the All-Member Vote on Israel-Palestine culminated in a close yet clear outcome.

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