Activists share the urgency to build a pan-European response to the crisis; one that puts democracy above austerity.
Profiting from Injustice report reveals that the legal arbitration industry have strong vested interests in supporting an unjust international investment regime.
Austerity policies in Europe are telling people two things: that they are guilty for the crisis because they have been living beyond their means and that they need to pay for it.
A small club of international law firms, arbitrators and financial speculators are fuelling an investment arbitration boom that is costing taxpayers billions of dollars and preventing legislation in the public interest.
Peasant communities have denounced Canadian company Radius Gold Inc for mining without consent on their territories and appealed for international solidarity.
We call for a European permanent mobilization to support the fights against the crisis and build a future for everyone in Europe and in the world.
The Firenze 10+10, will bring together a broad range of social movements and activists from across Europe to forge a common response to the unprecedented crisis we are facing.