This news agency aims to report trans-European struggles against the measures of austerity that are destroying our future. These are the news for and from a precarious generation fighting against the present in order to achieve a better future for Europe and the whole Mediterranean. A future not based on austerity, scarcity, profit, war and crisis, but a future based on the distribution of the common wealth, happiness, social rights, conflict, and new social and political institutions. Paraphrasing one of the European students’ motto we could say: "If 'they' block our future, we will block Europe!" "Against thieves of our future, let's appropriate it!!"

UK [29.01.2011] New protests against fees

Students have joined unions in order to protest against cuts and fees.

 

Filed under: étudiants, coupes, cuts, demonstration, estudiantes, fees, σπουδαστές, φόρος, διαμαρτυρία, επίδειξης, London, manifestations, protest, recortes, sindicatos, Studenten, studenti, students, tasas, tasse, taxes, unions, workers

UK [19.12.10] Protests all arround the country against corporate tax avoidance

Protesters against corporate tax avoidance carried out their biggest day of action to date by targeting businesses in 55 towns and cities across the UK. UK Uncut is opposed to the government spending cuts and wants to force big business to pay higher taxes.
For more information see:
UK UNCUT site:

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Map of protests

Filed under: blockage, corporate taxes, impuesto de sociedades, φόρος, διαμαρτυρία, protest, tasas, tasse, taxes

UK [December] Open Letter concerning Alfie Meadows

This is a letter concerning Alfile Meadows, who was seriously wounded by the police during the students demonstrations and protests against fees last week in London. The following letter was sent to the Guardian and the THES, but both have declined to publish it.

http://savemdxphil.com/2010/12/15/open-letter-concerning-alfie-meadows-from-middlesex-students-and-staff/

Thanks to Yaiza

Filed under: étudiants, demonstration, estudiantes, fees, σπουδαστές, φόρος, London, police violence, protest, Studenten, studenti, students, tasas, tasse, taxes, university

GREECE [15.12.10] More and more images form Greece protests against austerity

More images from last (but not least) protests in Greece yestarday.

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Filed under: Athens, étudiants, coupes, cuts, demonstration, estudiantes, Generalstreik, grève générale, Greece, huelga general, σπουδαστές, φόρος, γενική απεργία, διαμαρτυρία, protest, recortes, sciopero generale, struggles, Studenten, studenti, students, workers

UK [09.12.10] Big students protest against the pass of tuition fees liberalization

Cameron has just cut the wings of a whole generation. University tuition fees liberalization has passed thanks to a large army of policemen outside the ‘Commons’. Universities will be able to increase the price up to 9000 p.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/blog/2010/dec/09/student-protests-live-coverage

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Filed under: étudiants, cuts, demonstration, estudiantes, fees, σπουδαστές, φόρος, London, protest, Steuer, Studenten, studenti, students, tasas, tasse, taxes

UK [01.12.10] Fees protest blocks central London

Protesters marching against plans to increase student tuition fees caused traffic chaos today as they fled police over fears they would be penned in.

Thousands of people scattered through London’s West End after they were confronted with massed ranks of police in Whitehall.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/fees-protest-gridlocks-central-london-2147467.html

Filed under: étudiants, blockage, estudiantes, fees, σπουδαστές, φόρος, διαμαρτυρία, London, Steuer, Studenten, studenti, students, tasas, tasse, taxes

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This news agency aims to report trans-European struggles against the measures of austerity that are destroying our future. These are the news for and from a precarious generation fighting against the present in order to achieve a better future for Europe and the whole Mediterranean. A future not based on austerity, scarcity, profit, war and crisis, but a future based on the distribution of the common wealth, happiness, social rights, conflict, and new social and political institutions. Paraphrasing one of the European students’ motto we could say: "If 'they' block our future, we will block Europe!" "Against thieves of our future, let's appropriate it!!"

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