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German Solidarity with Greece

Germans have expressed solidarity with Greece by organising protests across the country – including at the Greek embassy in Berlin and outside the Berlin Film Festival.

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members of the Attac Germany network and associated groups declare solidarity, organise an international action conference, engage in protests and days of action crticizing the German government and the Troika for the imposition of austerity measures on the people of Greece because economic imbalances in Europe are partly caused by German economic policy and further exacerbated by imposition of austerity measures by the German government and the Troika. These policies mainly represent the interests of the wealthy, while Greek democracy, culture, and people are under attack.

Greece Solidarity

Call for solidarity with the people of Greece endorsed by the Coalition of Resistance and the People's Charter. The call, a response to the Common Appeal drafted by Mikis Theodorakis and Manolis Glezos, criticises the EU policy response to the crisis in Greece, arguing that austerity measures protect the rich at the expense of the poor.

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a European coalition of trade unions, campaigns and parties organised by the Coalition of Resistance and the People's Charter organise solidarity and raise practical support, including meetings criticizing the policies of the EU and the IMF which impose poverty and mass unemployment on the people of Greece arguing that the Greeks are being punished for conditions for which they are not responsible.

European Common Goods

The European Common Goods campaign proposes a radical reorganisation of labour production based around the notion of Common Goods as the basis of a new socio-economic order.

Commons Sense

The European Charter of the Commons Campaign proposes a European Citizen's Initiative which conceives of public rights in terms of the commons. The goal of this reconception is to move away from existing economic dichotomies which have blocked debate about how to distribute tangible and intangible resources.

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an international group of academics launch a European Citizens Initiative encouraging the European Union to reconceive priorities based around the idea of the commons for present and future European citizens because the present dichotomy of property and state has led to a political imbalance which favours the private sector and corporate interests at the expense of the people