Vote In – Another Europe is Possible: a national event with Yanis Varoufakis, John McDonnell and many more
Another Europe is Possible is excited to announce the launch of our flagship national event, with Yanis Varoufakis, Caroline Lucas, John McDonnell, Owen Jones, Matt Wrack and many, many more.2nd May 2016
It’s all happening on Saturday 28th May in the Logan Hall, Bloomsbury, London.
Make sure to attend and register for the event here.
A new movement is forming with a simple message: ‘Stay in Europe to change Europe.’
On 23rd June, Britain will vote on whether or not to leave the EU. It’s going to be close, and radical and progressive voices may well decide the outcome. We need to act – not just to win the refrendum, but to fight for the Europe we need.
Join Yanis Varoufakis, Caroline Lucas, John McDonnell, Owen Jones and a host of other campaigners to discuss and debate the ideas we need to win.
With workshops, skills training, and participatory breakouts.
• Reigning in corporate power: tax and financial reform
• Defending free movement, ending fortress Europe
• Organising across borders for workers’ rights
• Resisting power: Europe and human rights
• Preserving the future: environmental sustainability
Another Europe Is Possible
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