Posts Tagged: France

Macron and Le Pen: A growing co-dependence

Opinion

25.04.2022

The comfortable re-election of French president Emmanuel Macron against an opponent with whom he shares a mutual dislike almost obscures a ...

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DiEM25 Coordinating Collective’s position on French presidential election first round

7.04.2022

As France gets set for the first round of its presidential election, the DiEM25 Coordinating Collective explains why it is backing Mélenchon

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Academic freedom in the context of France’s new approach to ‘separatism’

6.11.2020

DiEM25 expresses support for the fight of French academics and invites signatures for the appeal on the protection of academic freedoms.

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News from Turkey: Regional wars, boycotts and COVID-19

5.11.2020

As political, economic and social problems are deepening, COVID-19 conditions have caused heightened restrictions to be implemented. 

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Policies of hate and intolerance must not be allowed to take centre-stage

29.10.2020

Macron and Erdoğan, along with their contemporaries who prefer harsh words and confrontational actions, are paving a dangerous road for humanity.

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Police force hospital staff to take off their white coats at anti-austerity protest

18.06.2020

In France, protests were held by hospital staff who called citizens who had been applauding them from their balconies to support their demands.

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French organisations support healthcare staff in calling for a demonstration on 16 June

18.06.2020

The World After Coronavirus can only be built when we rally behind an alternative to capitalism.

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SOS! European hospitals are struggling

2.06.2020

Healthcare workers have been warning us about increasing austerity cuts since before COVID-19. Governments must reinvest in public services.

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A European Rent Strike is necessary to prepare the World After Coronavirus

1.05.2020

We are calling for a rent strike aimed at serving the interest of millions of people with precarious access to basic goods.

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