FIGHTING FOR YOU
The crackdown against civil society has become a reality in the EU. Repressive laws and administrative hurdles restrict the freedoms of expression, assembly, and association. We want to make sure civil society is supported and protected in the EU.
Imagine if the EU used its powers as a massive trading bloc to promote the green transition and human rights all over the world. That’s our vision for future trade deals - we want the EU to only agree to deals that are good for people and the planet, rather than deals that are only about profits for some and plundering of natural resources.
We imagine the EU as a place where future generations will thrive and where everyone will have equal opportunities. It is time to push for fair taxation and wealth redistribution to be able to make this a reality
We all want to feel safe. To wear whatever we want without getting attacked. To walk fearlessly in the streets alone at night. We want a world free of violence, especially of violence that’s triggered just because of your gender identity or expression, or because of who you are.
Everybody wants good food! Food should taste good, be good for the planet, good for the farmer that produces it, and good for the person that buys it.
Throughout the EU, governments are experimenting with highly intrusive systems of facial recognition and other biometric mass surveillance in public spaces. As a result, there’s been global uproar against the use of these technologies. Do you want to live in a society in which people are tracked, judged and classified based on their appearance and behaviour? If not, keep reading!
Our ecosystems are in poor health. Climate change is but one reason, other drivers are harmful practices in our agriculture, forestry and fisheries sectors.
We need to change these practices to protect and restore nature.
Let’s face it: we all love our tech! That’s why, when our phone or favourite appliance breaks, we don’t want to be forced to throw it away and have to spend loads of money on a new one. We want to be able to repair it, replace broken parts, maybe even recycle it into something new.
Prices and the cost of living are rising. People struggle to pay their bills. More and more are at risk of poverty. People need help now. We want to make sure that everyone can have a decent life: a stable income, a safe home and food every day.
To mitigate the consequences of climate change in the limited time that we have, we need to take ambitious measures based on what scientists have determined is necessary to deal with the growing climate crisis. We need strong, legally binding emissions reductions targets, independent oversight to check that climate action is truly being taken, and proper financing to deal with this crisis.