We travelled to Croatia to talk to activists and scholars about how social movements and other grassroots movements can expand their political influence.
It’s time to open spaces for dialogue and exchange for the creation and improvement of the social, political and artistic reality that is being built in Europe.
Transeuropa’s unique approach aims to set a transnational, open, and innovative cultural and political space, make grassroots and civic alternatives to political institutions visible, and foster network cooperation and mutual support.
Feminist art for me is to speak to white males in a position of equality but also to appropriate universal terms like power or justice, that they think only belong to them.
European Alternatives is collaborating with Krytyka Polityczna and European Citizens Action Service (ECAS) to train citizens and activists to defend freedom of movement and fight the increasing insecurity in the rights of citizens in the EU.
The relationship of art to civil society is normally mediated by economic principles.
“We need a network of European cities for refugees, against racism and xenophobia.”