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Saturday, July 8 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Italy, Spain, and France: Crisis and Struggle in Europe

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Throughout the world, we have witnessed the emergence of neo-populist options of a totalitarian and xenophobic nature including Geert Wilders in Holland and Marine Le Pen in France. Drawing on reactionary nationalism, Islamophobia, an hostility to immigration—presenting themselves as “anti-establishment” alternatives to mainstream parties capable of restoring jobs to “deserving” citizens and restoring national prestige—these parties have been able to make strong inroads. But the left is also attempting to organize and push back. This panel will discuss how these politics have emerged and what it will take to build the social solidarity and left alternatives capable of challenging it.

Speakers
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Eliana Como

Eliana Como is an trade unionist in Italy and a member of the opposition in the CGIL, the Italian General Confederation of Labour.
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Brais Fernandez

Brais Fernandez is a member of the leadership of Anticapitalistas and the editorial committee of Viento Sur.
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Camille Jouve

Camille Jouve is a member of the Executive Committee of the New Anticapitalist Party in France.


Saturday July 8, 2017 11:30am - 1:00pm
Grant Park A/B