The State of the Media in Europe: Hungary and Bulgaria NEW
An update on the state of the media in Europe with a special focus on the cases of Hungary and Bulgaria No related posts.
Will there actually be a ‘transnational’ bank run on 7th Dec? NEW
Potential inspiration for a new form of protest has been found for some from an unexpected source; former Manchester United star, Eric Cantona No related posts.
European Parliament votes on mutual recognition of existing same-sex unions NEW
On Tuesday 23 November, the European Parliament has approved a report on “Civil, commercial, family and private international law” which confirms the necessity for any civil contract to be fully recognised in all EU countries. No related posts.
The meaning of solidarity for Ireland NEW
Irish citizens should come together in solidarity with each-other, to rid the country of a morally bankrupt and incompetent government and with their fellow Europeans to stem the tide of austerity currently sweeping across the continent. No related...
Curating an ambitious exhibition of homosexual art in Warsaw: Interview with Paweł Leszkowicz NEW
An exhibition immersed in the tradition of culture while touching on the current politics of sexual minority rights in Central and Eastern Europe No related posts.
Austerity and European Alternatives NEW
The dishonest principle “there is no alternative” has made a come-back, used once again by the leaders of European states to excuse drastically cutting public expenditure and justifying shifting onto labour the costs of the banking crisis No re...
27-28 November – Rome: 3rd meeting of Transeuropa Network NEW
We are excited to announce the third meeting of TRANSEUROPA Network which will take place on the weekend of the 27th and 28th of November in Rome! No related posts.
Sofia, 7th December: The rise of right wing extremism throughout Europe NEW
7 December (Tuesday) 2010, 7.00 p.m. Red House Centre for Culture and Debate European Alternatives and Red House Centre for Culture and Debate present TRANSEUROPA debate series 1: The rise of right wing extremism throughout Europe – finding transn...
Cancun: battleground for climate change NEW
At the end of November the sixteenth conference on climate change COP16 will take place in Cancun, with the arduous task of resuming a dialogue that was interrupted in Copenhagen and hasn’t since been effectively placed back on track. Related pos...
Creating a European public sphere from the ground up NEW
It is impossible to deny that the last century has seen enormous advances in democracy all over the world. However, voter participation has decreased, as has our trust of politicians ... No related posts.
Released: Robert Biedron, Eastern Europe’s leading lgbt activist! NEW
European Alternatives weclomes the news of the release from police custody of Robert Biedron, arrested in Warsaw on 11th November while excercising his democratic right to protest against an extreme right parade ... No related posts.
Europe’s ‘outsourced’ border: an interview with Dagmawi Ymer NEW
A film which speaks of the unspeakable: torture and inhumane mistreatment directly financed by Europe. No related posts.
European economic governance NEW
We look at the implications of the still ongoing economic crisis for the debate on economic governance in Europe and the reform proposals put forward by the European authorities... Related posts:Social cohesion, instrument against the European cris...
Will 20 weeks of maternity leave improve gender equality? NEW
On the 20th of October the European Parliament voted an extension of maternity leave in Europe from 14 to 20 weeks, with a remuneration of 100% of salary ... Will it be accepted by member states? Related posts:Copenhagen Climate Summit: Day 1-2 Fir...
London – 9 December – European Citizens’ Initiative Seminar NEW
European Alternatives is pleased to be participating in this seminar on the European Citizens' Initiative. We will present the idea of European campaigning, and present two Initiatives we are currently working on - one on media pluralism and one on g...