Francesco Raparelli and Alberto De Nicola from Council of Freelance and Precarious Workers (CLAP, Italy) interviewed by Igor Stokfiszewski (Political Critique)
Photos by Michał Borucki and Marta Modzelewska.
The only position for Poland outside of the EU is that of a smug and stupid nationalism of humbled peripheries.
The language of mass migration and invasion produces morally and politically charged terms that create fear, which does not enable us to think rationally, calmly, and morally about the refugee crisis.
Not so long ago, we were the ones knocking on Europe’s door. In refusing to help others today, we deny the idea of European solidarity.
Peripheralizing Europe is a meeting of activists/researchers/cultural workers connected to the European peripheries, taking place near Kauna in Lithuania. It aims at reconsidering the European crisis from the viewpoint of the Eastern and Southern peripheries of the continent.
Europe’s continued inaction over increased migration flows into Italy and Greece goes right to the core of its founding principles.