Entries by Astrid A.Sobreiro

Housing, social progress & defeating fascism. Local communities for another Europe

Call for an European Antifascist and Antiracist Front We participants to the REALPE Annual meeting , local representatives and MEPs declare: The recent rise of right wing nationalist and extreme-right parties across Europe is a preoccupying situation for our continent. During the crisis the recent years, the policies applied by the European Union through the […]

Meeting of European local elected representatives in the European Parliament on the 7th and 8th of February 2019

“Commitment towards a progressive policy across Europe: the role of local authorities in housing, social progress and the fight against the extreme right. “ in BRUSSELS Thursday 7 and Friday 8 February 2019 GUE / NGL Partnership (Group Confederal Group of the European United Left / Nordic Green Left) and REALPE (Network of elected and […]


Note the dates!   Thursday the 7th and Friday the 8th of February 2019 European Parliament in Bruxelles. We will debate and exchange upon the following subjects: Social housing and the real-estate speculation in Europe the interactions between the European instances and the local power.

Report of the opening session

13 people spoke during the opening session. It was noted that this 2nd Forum of Progressive, Ecological and European Left Forces, taking place in Bilbao, represents a step forward in comparison with the 1st Forum, which we held last year in Marseille: both in terms of participation and content. We consider ourselves not to be […]


Calling every European citizen! EUROPE MUST BE ON ALERT AND CALLED UP! Let’s recover our future For a permanent collaboration and a convergent action between leftist, green and progressive forces in Europe Millions of Europeans and Europeans have suffered and still suffer the attacks of a predatory capital which is promoting labour, social, economic and […]


 Friday, 9 November 13h Opening of the registration desk 14h – 16h Assembly (Youth) ROOM B3 Presentation by the different political families 1) The rise of the far right as a rejection of the political system for young people 2) Social and workers’ rights – Flexible forms of employment and uncontrolled competition 3) Environmental transition- […]