PRECARITY AND YOUTH

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Labour collapse

We, the precariat

Unemployed, part-time, underpaid, zero-houred, redundant. An increasing proportion of Europeans live uncertain lives, battling against poverty and seething with anger at the political elite. If this precarious class is to avoid the siren song of right wing populisms, it must confront its own divisions and work to build a democratic conversation across national borders.…

Interview to Kati Bachnik

GRÜNE JUGEND (the german Green Youth) was founded in 1994 and is the political youth organisation of the german Party Bündnis 90/ Die Grünen. We’re taking our own, progressive positions within and outside the green party. Our logo includes a hedgehog, because similiar to hedgehogs we’re generally friendly and peaceful, nontheless we don’t hesitate to show our quills if necessary. …

Interview with Armanda Cetrulo

Armanda Cetrulo (*1988 in Italy), is currently a Master of Economics student at the University of Bologna, Italy. Before that she graduated from La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy with a Bachelor in Economics. She serves as promoter for Sbilanciamoci, a network of economists, researchers, students and…

Text calling for debate on Employment Collapse

We start out from the need for an appropriate diagnosis of the nature of the economic crisis that has fuelled the employment collapse, as well as social and political collapse, in the European context. Both the policies applied and the possible solutions depend on the relevance of this diagnosis. …

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