Open position in the EYFA collective in Berlin (starting November/December 2018)

What is the EYFA collective?

We are a small collective of activists that supports an informal network of grassroots groups across europe in their approach to social and environmental justice.

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 anti-authoritarian ways of organising our communities based on environmental and social sustainability. EYFA projects are mainly for young people, serving as a catalyst for action on local and international levels. A special focus is put on providing access for groups to take part in international grassroots social movements.

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LUSH Spring Prize 2019

Great news: LUSH is open for applications for their Spring Prize 2019!

Applications are open from 24th September until 9th November (10:00am GMT) 2018

The prize is for social and environmental regeneration, for organisations working to revive damaged social and natural environments. It will again be awarded to 11 projects in 4 categories: for Intentional Projects (under a year old), Young Projects (1-5 years old), Established Projects (over 5 years old), and for Influence (for campaigning).

For more information about what they are looking for, and the kind of projects that have won previously, see their website .

Call for an Intergalactic Week on the ZAD

zad intergalactic posterAugust 27 to September 2, 2018

After the long awaited victory against the airport project, we are trying to lift ourselves out of the brutal spring, a season marked by two phases of evictions in which the government made sure to avenge the affront that the zad had represented for so many years. The massive police operations caused many injuries, the destruction of a part of
the living spaces of the zad and a long military presence. But the state was forced to give up going any further and entirely eradicating our presence in this bocage.

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