Read the statement in Spanish. The Spanish government has passed a law reclassifying peaceful protest as a “threat to public security” and introducing hefty fines up to €600,000 for those joining demonstrations near sensitive targets – including government buildings. The “unauthorise […]
“Better know your neighbour” is the motto of our newly started election series. This Sunday, European Alternatives Berlin invited Finns and non-Finns alike to watch the elections of our neighbour in the North together. What are the main parties and their agenda? Which topics are impor […]
This article is originally published on openDemocracy Europe has historically been a beacon of political experimentation. Has it now become structurally unfit for change? European modernity has been defined by the struggle of competing economic and political models, both within and be […]
A launching press conference will take place on 3 February from 13:30 to 14:00 in the European Parliament press conference room (PHS 0A50), Brussels, in the presence of Sylvie Guillaume MEP, European Parliament Vice-President responsible for Citizenship. Established on 16 December 201 […]
The recent developments which have been reported in Hungary risk violating basic human rights such as right to liberty, freedom of association, freedom of expression and information as well as freedom of the press and wider media, and are becoming increasingly alarming.