For the last couple of months, I've been really busy helping organise the series of Green Primary debates that are taking place both online and in cities across Europe. We want to make sure that people have an opportunity the get to know the four Contenders very well, so they can make an informed decision when they choose who they want to be our two Leading Candidates in the 2014 European Elections.
The Greek Greens will have a two days Congress on 6 and 7 July in Athens. They will discuss on their programme, structure and priorities.
One of the most important side-effect of the current economic crisis in Europe is the increase of populism, and its most dangerous form of fanatic nationalism, tending to racism, fascism and Nazism. Populist challenges can emerge from the political right (e.g. neoliberal demands for less taxation on corporations, racist voices against immigration which allegedly deprives “locals” of their jobs, blatant nationalism, xenophobia, islamophobia and anti-Semitism), but also from the political left (e.g.
Ten Years of Ecologists Greens - Social and Solidary Economy, a response to the Crisis
From 7 to 9 December 2012, the Greens in Greece are holding their 9th Ordinary Congress in the hall of the Cultural Center of the Municipality of Lamia (Leonidou 6).