Say no to the attack on social and democratic rights in Europe!
The financial crisis has caused a substantial increase in public debt. Instead of sending the bill to the banking and financial services industry, European governments and the European Commission plan to make ordinary citizens pay: workers, families, young people - people like you!
The euro crisis has become the occasion to set up a neoliberal "economic governance" which will impose austerity measures in the different European countries for the next years. At the same time, the European Commission will be given enormous power to implement burdensome financial sanctions on countries which do not adopt such painful measures.
There are though many alternatives to this neoliberal austerity package - such as the introduction of a financial transaction tax, or the regulation of financial markets.
It is time to say no!
TTIP is a far-reaching agreement currently being negotiated between the European Commission (authorised by EU Member States) and the USA government, supposedly about trade but mostly about corporate rights, investment guarantees and deregulation. The proposed TTIP ostensibly aims at achieving "regulatory convergence”, facilitating direct investment and improving "intellectual property rights",
Financial lobby tries to water down the limitation of food speculation / Consistent position limits all over the EU instead of weak harmonisation Four European organisations call on the Council, the European Commission and the European Parliament not to agree on the lowest common denominator to tackle food speculation. The Member States of the European Union are hindering the limitation of food
Attac investigation shows: EU crisis management policy saves banks, not the general population Since March 2010, the European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have applied 23 tranches comprising €206,9 billion to the so-called "Greek bail-out". They have however provided hardly any documentation on the exact usage of those huge amounts of public funds. ATTAC Austria has
Stop „Troika for everyone“ – No to a pact on competitiveness! Time is running out. The European Council wants to formulate a pact for „competitiveness and convergence” at their summit in late June 2013. Such a decree would lay the foundation for a possible extension of the crisis policy that has already been enacted in Greece, Spain and Portugal to each member state of the EU. This crisis policy
To this date 4578 organizations registered to participate in the activities of the WSF, in addition to 20.000 participants from 127 countries spanning the five continents. The activities of the WSF will be organized during five days with 1000 workshops, 70 musical shows, 100 films projection in addition to 50 exhibitions and more activities in the programme... The main activities of the WSF will
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