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Class Analysis Collective

DiEM25 volunteers discussing Post Capitalism (mainly Class Analysis Collective is a group dedicated to studying and discussing theory focused on class issues, as well as helping DiEM25 be more class conscious. If you're interested in political theory or labour and class struggle, this group is for you. We will be discussing authors and books from all over Europe and the world. Our aim is to educate ourselves through dialogue with other members, as well as to study theory in order to stay on top of the forces of capital accumulation. We also believe that class analysis is a way to help DiEM25 address the problems we face under capitalism. We meet every other Thursday at 19:00 CET and our next meeting is on 25 August.)

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Local Groups in Action

DiEM25 joins Free Assange Committee Belgium to protest for Julian’s freedom

Brussels played host to Assange's 51st birthday ‘celebrations’ which were used as an opportunity to call for his release

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DiEM25 local groups took to the streets on July 3 to demand Assange’s freedom

On July 3 DiEMers ffrom all over Europe celebrated Julian Assange's 50th birthday with a coordinated protest action.

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DiEM25 takes to the streets on Julian Assange’s 50th birthday 

To mark the 50th anniversary of Assange, DiEM25 members will take to the streets in front of UK and U.S embassies in several European cities.

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Europe is facing a housing crisis: DiEMers stand up for those left behind

On Housing Action Day, DiEM25 members mobilised in cities such as The Hague, Brussels, Lisbon, Lyon and more to shed light on the housing crisis!

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