With only a few months of existence, the new Spanish political party Podemos received more than one million votes in the last European elections. This resulted in five seats in the European Parliament. Regeneration of democracy and alternatives to the EU austerity measures are central themes in the party´s political programme which, - as well as the selection of its candidates - was organised online with the participation of tens of thousands of citizens.
PUBLIC TALK & BOOK LAUNCH - Friday 25 July 2014, 19:00 - 21:00
Europe on the Brink; Debt Crisis and Dissent in the European Community
Understanding the Corporatisation of Universities in the Netherlands and beyond
Time : 24th May 2014, 13:00 - 18:00
Place : International institute for Research and Education - Lombokstraat 40, 1094 AL, Amsterdam
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The 1980 Coup D’Etat depicts a pivotal moment in the history of Turkey. When the National Security Council declared the Coup on September 12th, extended martial law throughout the country and abolished the Parliament and the Government; not only did it end the hegemonic crisis but also paved the way to rebuild and restructure the society in order to facilitate the economic and social integration to the neoliberal order. Keşke Bir Öpüp Koklasaydım, a book of oral history, focuses on the families of the revolutionists that were directly targeted by the Military during and after the Coup.