Events 2016

European Alternatives organises and participates in many events, all across Europe and beyond, to promote democracy, equality and culture beyond the nation state. Our events include conferences, open debates, assemblies, festivals, book presentations, and much more. Check out if we are coming to your city or town and come to meet us!

Marghera February
14th 2016
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Rebel Cities: with Ada Colau, Luigi De Magistris, Lorenzo Marsili, Gianfranco Bettin

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February 14th at 18:00h at Marghera Piazza Mercato
The recent and catastrophic result of the UK referendum on the Brexit shows that we cannot go on like this: the austerity policies led by national and European élites over the years of the crisis, have brought fragmentation and inequalities.…
London February
20th 2016
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Youth and Mobility in Post Brexit Europe

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February 20th at 17:00h at Europe House 32 Smith Square London SW1P 3EU
In the year in which the Erasmus programme turns 30, Brexit will be officially triggered by UK Government. This means that in the next few years, British young people will most likely lose their European citizenship rights of freedom of…
Rome March
23rd 2016
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Democracy in Europe

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March 23rd at 9:30h at Casa dell’Architettura
As Europeans we are too often told that we must choose between reverting to the nation state or maintaining the crisis status quo. We reject this dichotomy because we know that alternative paths exist. In Rome we will speak about…
Edinburgh June
16th 2016
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The Future of Unions: the power of citizens and the UK – EU Referendum

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June 16th at 18:00h at Word Power Books 43-45 West Nicolson Street
The UK referendum on membership of the European Union will potentially have momentous implications for the future of the United Kingdom, but also for the future of the European Union. Not just the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ result, but the majority…
London August
17th 2016
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The Future of Democracy in Europe | Film screening and discussion

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August 17th at 19:00h at Newspeak House
As the aftermath of the Brexit vote begins to unfold and nationalism continues to be on the rise all across Europe, it is more important than ever to animate our hopes in the possibility of transnational democracy. At this timely…