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- Luxemburg demonstration: Action for a Europe
without unemployment, without job insecurity, without social
- From European Marches network, 5 November 1997. EM calls a
demo for 20 November at the EU Social Summit.
- A new start in Luxembourg
- International Viewpoint, 6 November
1997. European Marches against Unemployment, Job Insecurity
and Social Exclusion (EM) network, to bring pressure on the
EU summits to include the social component.
- Tearing up the European rulebook: the
unemployed loosen the noose
- By Catherine Livy and Christophe Aguiton, Le Monde
diplomatique, October 1998. Since the 1970s,
unemployment has been part of the social landscape. A few
months ago the unemployed erupted on to the social and
political scene. The movement which they have started has
been greeted with sympathy by the public at large.
- Making an impact on youth
- By Cecilia Locmant, ICFTU Online..., 19
April 1999. On April 16 in Brussels, the ICFTU launched an
awareness-raising campaign directed at the youth of the
world. The situation in Europe.
- Ending Israel's occupation will benefit
Jews and Muslims in Europe
- By Seumas Milne, The Guardian (London),
Thursday 8 May 2002. Since the French revolution, the
fates of the Jewish people and the left have been closely
intertwined. But now the left stands accused of
anti-semitism because of its opposition to Israel's
military occupation and continuing dispossession of the