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EUROPE / Manifesto for a new popular internationalism in Europe
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 21/03/2019
Translations available: Français 

Manifesto for a new popular internationalism in Europe

Various Authors - Autores varios - Auteurs divers- AAVV-d.a.

 

The ReCommons Europe Manifesto has been drawn up by a group of researchers and activists from a dozen or so countries in Europe who wish to propose a plan to be carried out by the radical left forces that want to create the conditions for social change in the interests of the majority of the population after coming to power in a European country with the active support of the population. It forms part of the ReCommons Europe Project which was initiated by two international networks, the CADTM and EReNSEP, and the Basque trade union ELA, with the aim of contributing to the strategic debates taking place on the European radical left today. It was written collectively in the course of meetings which took place in 2018. It follows on from the appeal entitled “Ten Proposals to Beat the European Union”, a collective document published by more than 70 signatories in February 2017.

►The manifesto in pdf

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The following people directly took part in the writing of this manifesto:

Walter Actis (Ecologistas en Accion, Spanish state)
Daniel Albarracin (economist, Podemos, Spanish state)
Jeanne Chevalier (France insoumise, France)
Pablo Cotarelo (EReNSEP, Spanish state)
Alexis Cukier (philosopher, Ensemble!, EReNSEP, France)
Sergi Cutillas (economist, EReNSEP, CADTM, Catalonia – Spanish state)
Yayo Herero (anthropologist, eco-feminist, Spanish state)
Stathis Kouvelakis (philosopher, EReNSEP, Greece and United Kingdom)
Janire Landaluze (trade unionist, ELA, Basque country – Spanish state)
Costas Lapavitsas (economist, EReNSEP, Greece and United Kingdom)
Nathan Legrand (CADTM, Belgium)
Mikel Noval (trade unionist, ELA, Basque country – Spanish state)
Tijana Okic (philosopher, political activist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Catherine Samary (economist, ATTAC France, NPA, France)
Patrick Saurin (CADTM, France)
Éric Toussaint (political scientist, economist, CADTM, Belgium)
Final editing made by: Alexis Cukier, Nathan Legrand and Éric Toussaint
Foreword and introduction translated from French by: Colin Falconer (Ensemble)
Layout: Tina D’angelantonio


Table of contents

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter 1. First steps of a popular government

Chapter 2. Banks

Chapter 3. Debt

Chapter 4. Work, employment and social rights

Chapter 5. Ecosocialism and energy transition

Chapter 6. Feminisn

Chapter 7. Health and education

Chapter 8. International relations

Chapter 9. Social struggles, political confrontations and constituent processes

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Courtesy of CADTM
Source: http://www.cadtm.org/Manifesto-for-a-new-popular-internationalism-in-Europe
Publication date of original article: 21/03/2019
URL of this page : http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=25611

 

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