We’d like to share with you our crowdfunding campaign:
EYFA is a european network of individuals, grassroots organisations and collectives working to transform communities in their approach to environmental, social, political and economic positions.
EYFA strives for a world based on social, environmental and economic justice, in which people feel empowered to act and raise their voices on the issues that affect their lives.
EYFA works to challenge the dominant neoliberal social and economic system, while developing new ways of organising our communities based on environmental and social sustainability.
We say Ende Gelände (Stop here)! Stop coal and let all villages stay #AlleDörferBleiben. Disobedient against capitalism and for climate justice – worldwide!
We are the immediate coal exit. From 19 to 24 June we set ourselves against the destruction of the earth in the Rhineland and block the coal infrastructure.
Our project partners in Milano, Italy are looking for one more volunteer who’d like to come for 3 months, starting in mid-February 2019. The volunteer position is at an alternative children’s bookshop and the hosts are very nice people!
As a result of our 2018 Workplan ‘coLABOURate! Young people taking economic inclusion into their own hands‘, we’d like to share our resource pack that was created with input from all of our 2018 activities. If you’re interested in non-formal education youth work on the topic of economic inclusion, please check it out and get back to us with your feedback! And if you’re an individual interested in understanding more about workers cooperatives or mutual aid spaces, we feel we’ve collected some valuable resources for you too!
We write this resource pack for people concerned already with environmental and/or social justice. And some of them might be asking themselves, why the big focus on economic topics here? Is there really such a thing as ‘economic justice’?
Check EYFA channel on vimeo to find more language versions of the video glossary “Unite! Young women* exploring labour rights” – Russian, Polish, Spanish and German.
More about the video here and the project here.
The third workshop facilitated by EYFA EVS volunteers will take place on next Thursday – the 18th of December. Title: Tools against racism and xenophobia (2.h).
Topics to discuss:
- racism and xenophobia – how it works?
- how we can combat it – our experiences, good practices, bad examples
- anti-oppression work – do you know?
- the concept of solidarity.
Have you ever thought about the relationship between poetry and capitalism? For a twist on our reading circle, we’ll be reading a poetry zine that approaches that surprising topic together! ‘Can Poetry Survive Capitalism?’ will be publicized for the first time at this event, so come and get it!
13. December 2018 – 19:00 @ NYimB
Brunnen collective hosts FLTI* evening! Come and enjoy the queer vibe in our dark bar. We are starting with zine reading and exchanging, so bring whatever you want to share, we will open our mobile library as well.
At 7 pm we are screening the video ‘Unite! Young women* exploring labour rights’, short but great, so don’t be late! After the movie we will invite you to join speed dating with helping questions about money 🙂 Have no fear, the sooner you talk about it the easier the future of your love life is!
Doors open at 5, leave some euros there, we are fundraising for the FLTI* soli room! CU!
Event in English and German, let us know if you need translation to any other language.
This time the screening organized by our friends from A-casa will take place in Cluj, Romania. For more details click here.
After the video there will be an opportunity to ask the questions to people, who took part in the movie and chat about our favorite topics – money, labour market, neo-liberalism, capitalism, unemployment, retirement and many many more.
For all Polish speaking people based in Warsaw (Poland) and nearby. The official first run in Poland followed by the discussion ‘Can we survive the capitalism?’ with people involved in making the movie.
Don’t miss it! 2.12.18, 20.00 in LVB, ul. Krucza 23/31.