With the SYRIZA government in Greece Europe, the Left in Europe as well as progressive social movements and trade unions are entering in a new phase with new opportunities and challenges. transform! europe invited on 23 and 24 February to a seminar in order to deepen the discussion on how to cope with the new situation.
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has strongly criticised the negative attitude the International Monetary Fund has taken towards the agreement reached on 24 February between Eurozone finance ministers and the Greek government for a four-month extension of the current European crisis loan to Greece.
The list of reforms of the SYRIZA government has been accepted on 24 February by the Eurogroup. The fight for democracy and against austerity in Europe is far from being finished, but this bridging agreement is a very important first step.
The purpose of the conference is to continue the debate on the ecological and equitable alternatives to mainstream economy and thinking, this time by raising the central issue of alternatives to global Capitalism and on possibilities for a No-Growth Agenda.
Nous appelons à un meeting de témoignage et de défense des libertés, le 6 mars, à 19 heures, à la Bourse du Travail de Saint-Denis. Notre solidarité avec les victimes de l'attentat sanglant contre la...