A Plan B for the EU and the Euro-Zone

Rome, 11-12 March 2017

Following Paris, Madrid and Copenhagen, the 4th Plan B summit will take place on 11-12th of March 2017 in Rome as an alternative summit to the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome. In the face of multiple crises on multiple fronts, European leaders, this year, are expected to launch a new process for deepening neoliberal integration, and will pursue an economically, socially and democratically unsustainable route. The Plan B Summit in Rome will offer concrete alternatives to break with the current treaties and policy agenda.

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France and Europe after Brexit: EReNSEP International Conference in Paris

Paris, 2-3 December 2016

On 2-3 December the Paris branch of EReNSEP hosted an international conference on "France and Europe after Brexit”. The era of globalisation, dominant financialisation and blind adherence to the markets is coming to an end. There is a growing demand for restoring public control over markets, restructuring and democratizing the nation state, facing the ecological challenge and strengthening the social economy. These are the main issues discussed in Paris.

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La France et l’Europe après le Brexit: Conférence internationale de EReNSEP à Paris

Paris, 2-3 décembre 2016

Les 2 et 3 décembre 2016, l’équipe parisienne d’EReNSEP organise une conférence internationale intitulée «La France et l’Europe après le Brexit». L’ère de la mondialisation capitaliste, de la financiarisation de l’économie et de l’adhésion aveugle aux marchés touche à sa fin. Les exigences de rétablissement d’un contrôle public des marchés, de restructuration et de démocratisation de l’État, de résolution des défis écologiques et de renforcement de l’économie sociale ne cessent de croître. Ces questions seront au centre des discussions lors de cette rencontre.

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Alternatives to the Europe of austerity: Internationalist Summit for a Plan B in Europe

Copenhagen, 19-20 November 2016

Developments in the European Union over the past years presents the left, trade unions and progressive social movements with new challenges and has ignited a debate over alternatives and strategy. In particular, the steamrolling of the Greek left wing experiment in 2015, has put the authoritarian and neoliberal nature of current European integration on display. We urgently need a strong and clear response from the left. We need alternatives and strategy that can prevent a repetition. This has become even more urgent after the Brexit vote in June.

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