• New SOLIDAR Publication ’Progressive Structural Reforms. Proposals for European reforms to reduce inequalities and promote jobs, growth and social investment’

  • New SOLIDAR 2015 Social Protection Monitoring Country Studies | Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine

  • SOLIDAR Mobilising for Social Justice - our New Strategic Orientation

  • New project - NEGOTIATE, overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe

Latest News

  • Together for Social Europe

    Solidaritè Laïque: access to education for migrants in Calais

    On Saturday 6th January, SOLIDAR member Solidarité Laïque has inaugurated its ’Ecole Laïque du Chemin des Dunes’ providing education to minors and adults living in the encampment in Calais, also wrongly called “the jungle”. The action aims at coping with the emergency as well as calling on national authorities such as the Ministry of Education to take its responsibilities in ensuring universal access to education as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This positive example of social inclusion promotes solidarity within the camp and highlights how inter-cultural values can be promoted in spite of degrading living conditions.

  • Organising International Solidarity

    Egypt: EU should not compromise on Fundamental Rights!

    The assassination of Italian PhD researcher Giulio Regeni, whose body was found in Cairo last week with signs of torture has raised international concern over the worsening security situation in Egypt at the expenses of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Although the circumstances behind Regeni’s killings remain unknown, the fact has drawn international attention to the unlawful practices of the current regime in Egypt when it comes to human rights and fundamental freedoms. Giulio Regeni was researching on independent trade unions and labour rights and the 6 April movement in.

  • Editorial by Conny Reuter, SOLIDAR Secretary General

    News and truth

    Both the US election campaign and the rise of populism and right wing extremism in Europe have highlighted a new trend. It seems that “I only believe what I want to believe” has become the motto for those who pretend to understand the motives of the traditional press in presenting ambiguous facts and figures. Biased news items have become the rule rather than the exception, threatening even trustworthy journalists’ and officials’ credibility. Although the “Aufklärung” or enlightenment trend hasn’t reached everybody, we are spotting developments that show it is on the increase. As we find ourselves in not exactly another cold war, but another ice-age in the EU-Russia relationship, disinformation has returned as a political weapon. The same is true of Syria, where a dictatorship is responsible for continuous violations of human rights. Even those who were convinced social media would counteract such tendencies are less certain of that now, as even 140 characters can be used for spreading disinformation.

  • Together for Social Europe

    Investment in the integration of migrants and refugees is key for a truly inclusive EU

    More than 1 million people reached the EU last year in search of asylum. The EU is facing an unprecedented flow of migration which shows no sign of abating in the coming months. Against this background, two important debates are going on in the EU: one is about finding political solutions to tackle the refugee crisis; the other one is about how to better integrate refugees and migrants already present on EU territory.

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