On March 18th 2015 in Frankfurt movements from across Europe will meet to call for an alternative economic policy for the continent. The emergence of transnational movements is an important development in the construction of a united political space in Europe. On March 18th 2015, in […]
European Alternatives takes part in a University of Siegen coordinated research project worth 2.5 million Euros analysing the impact of the crisis on transnational solidarity and proposing new solutions.
European Alternatives supports the transnational wave of protests demanding a radical change of direction in Europe’s response to the financial crisis and a restoration of democratic control over economic decision-making, and advances 9 concrete proposals. In recent months almost all […]
For the past two years, the national leaders of European member states have been meeting more and more frequently to buy themselves ever more time to deal decisively with the economic crisis engulfing the Eurozone and the wider European economy. From quarterly meetings to monthly meet […]