The Progressive International hosts #YourElectionOurLives

Your Election, Our Lives! On the planetary impact of the US election.

From Mexico to Palestine, the US election will have an impact far beyond its borders. This is why the Progressive International (PI) launched a campaign called #YourElectionOurLives that empowered their members to share their experiences about how the US elections impacts their lives. Participants recorded short videos explaining how the US elections will impact theirs lives as well as those of their loved ones.

Now, the PI brings together MPs & activists from around the world to discuss the planetary impact of this historic election.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: #YourElectionOurLives will be held on 11 November.

Register here!

Photo: Alex Shams’ contribution to #YourElectionOurLives, writing “It’s a strange thing watching the US elections from Iran. It’s like the whole country is holding their breath, waiting to see what happens, knowing that the fate of their loved ones rests on the choices made a few thousand Americans in a couple of counties in Pennsylvania.”

The incredible line-up for next Wednesday’s event will include:

  • Tatiana Clouthier, Diputada Federal, Mexico
  • Guillaume Long, Former Foreign Minister, Ecuador
  • Dr. Yara Hawari, writer and activist in the Palestinian feminist movement Tal3at
  • Ammar Ali Jan, Haqooq-e-Khalq Movement, Pakistan

Find out more and register here!

Photo Source: Contribution to #YourElectionOurLives on Twitter by Alex Shams

Do you want to be informed of DiEM25's actions? Sign up here

Israel’s Rafah tents massacre: Yet another heinous war crime

Just when we thought we couldn’t see anything more heinous in its genocidal war on Gaza, Israel has plumbed greater depths of savagery by ...

Read more

EU elections: We’re ready to unite Europe for peace, freedom, and dignity

MERA25 parties have candidates in Germany, Greece, and Italy poised to transform the voice of the European Parliament

Read more

Slovakia PM assassination attempt and the long-brewing unrest that preceded it

Slovakian prime minister Robert Fico was shot on May 16 in an assassination attempt that has naturally garnered global headlines

Read more

Rosa Luxemburg: The struggle against opportunism and reformism

Luxemburg symbolised, for young people especially, opposition against class compromise in Germany

Read more