[WSF-Discuss] 2009: To Change Europe

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Tue Apr 28 10:26:15 CDT 2009


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  @ http://www.sfid.info/e_sf/2008.esf.00/2008.esf.abschluss/index.htmlAufruf
der sozialen Bewegungen auf dem 5. ESF in Malmö

(Vorbemerkung: Das ESF versteht sich als Raum der Debatte und des Austauschs
und verabschiedet keine politischen Stellungnahmen. Wie bei den vorherigen
europäischen Sozialforen trafen sich auch diesmal im Anschluss an das 5. ESF
am Sonntagmorgen zahlreiche Vertreter und Aktive der sozialen Bewegungen, um
einen gemeinsamen "Aufruf zur Tat" zu debattieren und zu verabschieden.)

Nachfolgend die englische Version der unredigierten vorläufigen Fassung des
ersten Teils der Schlusserklärung der Versammlung der sozialen Bewegungen
(zweiter Teil, welcher die Aktionsankündigungen einzelner Netwerke,
Versammlungen und Organisations- zusammenschlüsse beinhaltet, sowie
deutsche Übersetzung folgen in den nächsten Tagen):

*2009: To Change Europe*

*On the European level, we are witnessing a liberal and anti-social front on
all domains: economic financial crisis, price increases, food borne illness
crisis, privatization and disassembly of public services, movements against
work reform, decisions of the European Court of Justice, dismantling of the
Common Agricultural Policy, reinforcement of Fortress Europe against
migrants, weakening of democratic and civil rights and growing repression,
economic cooperation agreements, military intervention in external
conflicts, military bases… all this in a world where inequalities, poverty
and global and permanent war are increasing day by day.*

*In this context of global crisis, we want to reaffirm that alternatives do
exist for global justice, peace, democracy and environnement.*

*We, the European social movements gathering in Malmö, have committed on a
common agenda in the way to lead the fight for "another Europe" and Europe
based on the people’s rights.*

*1/on the social issue :*

*We launch immediately a COMMON EUROPEAN CAMPAIGN against UE social and
labour policies, fisrt to oppose specifically the EU directive on working
time and UE decision on migrant labour. This campaign will have different
steps ( ex : December the 6th in Paris) and includes the objective of a
massive joint mobilization at European level as soon as possible. As a
second step, we build up a large, inclusive and strategic
conference/counter-summit of all the European social movement, in Brussels
in March.*

*2/against NATO and war:*

*We call a large demonstration in April the 4th in Strasbourg/Khiel , centre
of celebration of the 60th anniversary of NATO, to say “stop NATO” and
dissolving this terrifying tool of war. In
the same day we call demonstrations in all countries in Europe. We propose
the WSF in Belem to declare the 4th of April a day of international
mobilisation against Nato .*

*3/against the climate crisis: *

*We call for a global day of action on climate on december 6th during the
Poznan summit in Poznan itself and all other the world. We are calling for a
massive international mobilisation
next year to make the critical Kopenhagen talks in December2009.*

*4/against G8:*

*In July 2009, the Sardinian and Italian social movement will invite all
movements to come to Sardaina where the G8 sumitt will be held in la
Maddalena island to protest against G8 and its policies and to present our
alternatives for global justice, peace, democracy and environnement.*

*There are also many initiatives coming from the different networks,
assemblies, and collectives:see call for actions below*

   - Call For Actions
(Word-Document)<http://www.sfid.info/fix/esf2008_callforactions.doc>


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