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Berlingske Interview with Madeleina Kay: She lost her EU battle - now she feels like leaving!

Madeleina Kay has been the voice of young British people in the fight against Brexit for several years.She sacrificed her education but lost the battle for the EU. What was worst? Her answer is surprising.

Speech by President David Sassoli MEP to Special European Council Meeting

During his address at the extraordinary meeting of the European Council on the EU’s new long-term budget, President David Sassoli stressed that the European Parliament was prepared to reject any agreement that did not give the EU the means to address the many challenges it faces.  

SOLIDAR statement on Social Justice Day

We are pleased to support the SOLIDAR Network joint Statement on Social Justice Day, 20 February 2020,  to conmemorate the tireless struggles for making this day a reality worldwide.

Russian Monitor suffers massive new cyber attack

Russian Monitor is one of the main media outlets for the Russian opposition. It has over 1 million unique visitors every month and 3 million visitors outside Russia.

Towards the Republic of Europe

A Republic of Europe? Pipe dream or urgent necessity if we are to create an authentic Europe of citizens, a Europe in which citizens enjoy equality, that is to say a Europe of equal rights?

"Don't Make Citizens Pay Price of Brexit" message cuts through on Brexit Day

Our protest on Parliament Square, followed by an evening candlelit vigil outside Europe House attracted scores of media from across the world.

Proud to be European

'Dr Ruvi Ziegler, Chair of New Europeans UK and of the Oxford European Association, spoke at an event on 31 January 2020 held jointly with 'Oxford for Europe' and the European Movement (Oxford Region) entitled 'Proud to be European'.

European judges' Warsaw protest resonates internationally

Judges and civil society activists from across Europe joined their Polish peers in Warsaw to protest against breaches of the fundamental principles underlying the rule of law by the Polish Government.

Interview med Else Kvist fra nye europæere om DR Orientering

No one has any doubt that Britain will leave the EU on 31 January.  But when that party is over, 11 months of negotiations with the EU await a new trade agreement. 

"We are still living in 1989"

In the Eastern European Visegrád countries, authoritarian tendencies threaten democracy. But 30 years after the fall of the wall, new civil society resistance is growing. That can also be a hope for the West.
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