ATTAC is an international organization involved in the alter-globalization movement. We oppose neo-liberal globalization and develop social, ecological, and democratic alternatives so as to guarantee fundamental rights for all. Specifically, we fight for the regulation of financial markets, the closure of tax havens, the introduction of global taxes to finance global public goods, the cancellation
Group advocating a federal Europe.
The World Economics Association (WEA) was launched on May 16, 2011. In its first two months of existence, over 7,000 economists and related scholars joined. This phenomenal success has come about because the WEA fills a huge gap in the international community of economists — the absence of a professional organization which is truly international
Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) is a research and campaign group working to expose and challenge the privileged access and influence enjoyed by corporations and their lobby groups in EU policy making.
A group of international students and researchers from an array of different countries, bearing a variety of experiences and understandings of the unfolding crisis. What unites us is the awareness that while our governments cooperate in responding to the economic crisis in an antidemocratic and reactionary fashion, the movements opposed to these reforms remain in
According to the website, ‘FutureLab Europe is a project of the European Alliance for Democratic Citizenship, affiliated to the Network of European Foundations and initiated by the Körber Foundation. It is operated by the European Policy Centre.’ They are hosting an event in March entitled ‘One passport, one people? The role of democratic citizenship in
An independent social-democratic political foundation, but with associations to a network of political foundations and think tanks across Europe and with the Party of European Socialists. Current work under the Next Left series involves defining ‘themes that derive from their prior ideological debate and could become cornerstones for a proposal of a new socio-economic paradigm
European Alternatives is a civil society organisation devoted to exploring the potential for transnational politics and culture. The group offers a new magazine, edited by the TransEuropa group of activists and artists and published in English, Italian, and French editions offering commentary on migration, media freedom, austerity and European alternatives, interviews with artists and European
Policy-oriented think tank which engages with Europe’s future, a social Europe, and a global Europe. They stress independence from party associations and their facilitation of debates between citizens and experts/policymakers, roundtables, and international conferences. Recent relevant publications include The State of Europe: Re-thinking the European Project and European Politics and the Euro Crisis: Ten Failures.
The second-largest alliance of MEPs from across the EU who propose a set of social-democratic policies based on job creation, growth and strong financial regulation – rather than austerity – as a solution to the crisis. Their broad position can be read here, a list of members is available here, their position on how the
European Economists for an Alternative Economic Policy in Europe This EuroMemorandum seeks to set out a critical analysis of recent economic developments in Europe and to present the basis for possible alternative policies. It is intended as a contribution to the critical discussion in intellectual and social movements in Europe, and in solidarity with all