PRECARITY AND YOUTH

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

Political collapse

Youth opinion against exclusion and ways to act

The austerity policies have the worst impacts for the most vulnerable people and increase inequalities in the society. We want this to stop immediately. The society should’t be made responsible for the failings of private enterprises. We refuse to be the „lost generation“. We think, young people – all people – should have the right to work and to live…

What can tackle exclusion and precariousness?

Most of us live in countries where we have businesses on the one side, with the sole objective of making money, making a profit, and we have NGOs and government on the other, whose job is to manage the country, provide services and generally take care of its citizens. Businesses provide jobs and earn profits. A small …

The rise of illegitimate power and the threat to democracy

A few years ago a book concerned with the “state of power” would probably have been mostly confined to or at least centred on the State and its more dominant attributes such as the military, its control over vital resources or its currency. In the present context one would doubtless want to add “its capacity to spy on other powers”– but this is not the sort of I intend to discuss here.…

Text calling for debate on Political Collapse

Far from the official discourse that presented the crisis to us as an inevitable, inescapable effect of forces removed from the will of states and governments and therefore its management as a purely technical question, reality showed in a regular and everyday manner to what point the prioritisation of the …

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