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(en) Anarkismo.net: Spain, Economic crisis. Who wins, who loses, and video social responses (ICEA) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 04 Jul 2010 13:09:13 +0300

On Saturday June 19, there was a talk titled: Economic crisis. Who wins, who loses, and social responses, intended to explain the economic and social processes that are occurring worldwide, particularly in Greece and Spain. ---- The event took place in the CSA's Tabacalera Lavapies and was organized by the Assembly to Support Greece. In the talk helped Jose Luis Carretero, ICEA mate. -- About 70 people gathered on Saturday June 19 to attend the screenings and talks convened by the Assembly of support for Greece in the CSA's Tabacalera Lavapies. ---- The event began with a screening of the documentary "Money is debt, and continued with the conversation of Jose Luis Carretero, who spoke of how and why we got the current economic crisis, decentralization and labor reforms recently being approved.

Following a video projection of the social struggles taking place in Greece, the video had recorded the Greek trade union current ESE (Trade Union Libertarian). Later a fellow Steki Autonomous Social Center in Athens, Kostas Svolis, explained how things are currently in Greece and what are the adjustment measures that the executive has been taking Greek. He also talked about how he had been the resistance response of Greek citizenship. The activists called for exploring ways of Latin American resistance in similar situations.

Finally opened the floor to speak, which gave rise to a rich debate which addressed many issues. They spoke from the strike of the Madrid Metro and its relationship with the right to collective bargaining, to the double identity that we carry workers also as consumers. Also discussed the presence of the anarchist movement in Greece and the opening of soup kitchens in Athens. The debate was very interesting and had a great turnout.

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