The 22nd EGP Council Meeting officially opened in Zagreb in the presence of the Croatian President, Kolinda Grabar–Kitarović as well as ambassadors, and Green politicians from all over Europe.
In this plenary discussion, we will cover the different shapes and sizes populism comes in, from the extreme right to the extreme left, using concrete examples from Austria, the Netherlands, Spain, France, and other countries.
Please find below the draft minutes, EGP Istanbul Council 7-9 November 2014.
Nowadays, too frequently, populist statements turn into extremist attitudes, behaviours, and actions. Why does that happen? How could extremism find its place?
At the first Council plenary, we will discuss experiences and opportunities in Croatia, Greece, and Sweden in creating Green jobs – with Mirela Holy, Yannis Tsironis and Peter Eriksson.
Dear Green Friends – we want to warmly welcome you to this EGP council in Zagreb! We are happy to have the opportunity to introduce ORaH to you, a new Green party in Croatia.
Please find attached a draft Emergency Resolution "The Mediterranean must not be a graveyard" tabled by EGP Committee.
The deadline to submit the amendments is Saturday, 16 May, 13.00 (CET).
A compromise amendments session will be organised on Saturday, 16 May, 14.45-16.45 at the Hotel International, Miramarska 24, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.
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The FYEG workshop of ''How close is the green movement to the grassroots'' will contemplate on the question of whether there is still a connection between green politics and the grassroots movement and what could be done to build a closer bond between the two.
More information on the LGBTI meeting that Ulrike Lunacek is organising for the Zagreb Council, spring 2015.