Mobilising for Different Politics in Hungary

Mobilising for Different Politics in Hungary

To mobilise society is a hard task in all democracies, as it requires good campaigns, funds, clear objectives and a structured offline social network. It even seems to be more difficult in the Hungari.

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German and Dutch Greens Sleepless on the World Wide Web

German and Dutch Greens Sleepless on the World Wide Web

This article describes two similar campaigns: the “3 Tage Wach” German campaign in 2009 (article written by Robert Heinrich and Michael Scharfschwerdt) and the “4 Day Wake” Dutch camp.

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Pirate Parties and Populists – how the Greens can respond to new parties

Pirate Parties and Populists – how the Greens can respond to new parties

Despite existing in many European countries for over 30 years, the Greens are usually portrayed (and portray themselves) as a ‘new’ political movement. Linked to this is the idea that the Greens s.

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“A CD that made some noise!”- Tackling Criminalisation of File-sharers & Downloaders

“A CD that made some noise!”- Tackling Criminalisation of File-sharers & Downloaders

  Should Young Greens publish C.Ds? Yes they should. A success story from Luxembourg: Share My Music Campaig In 2008, déi jonk gréng (Luxembourg Young Greens) were unhappy about the criminalisa.

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The (anti-)establishment of the Norwegian Green Party

The (anti-)establishment of the Norwegian Green Party

One year after Breivik’s terrorist attack of July 22, and one year before a possible green electoral breakthrough in Norway, Nikki Schei and Øyvind Strømmen discuss the mobilisation of green voter.

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“For a richer New Zealand” – Successes of a green campaign

“For a richer New Zealand” – Successes of a green campaign

In the last election, the New Zealand Greens achieved a record result. For the first time, more than 10% of votes were cast for the Greens, making them the third largest party in the country’s House.

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GroenLinks preparing pro-European campaign for Dutch elections

GroenLinks preparing pro-European campaign for Dutch elections

The ongoing euro crisis has made “Europe” a main issue of national elections throughout the European Union. The Netherlands, where general elections will take place on September 12, are no excepti.

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London Elections – Greens go from strength to strength

London Elections – Greens go from strength to strength

In local elections held in May this year, Greens in the UK saw considerable success. This was especially the case in London, where the Green candidate for Mayor Jenny Jones finished 3rd, with the high.

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3 ways to win elections: a guide for the Green Party

3 ways to win elections: a guide for the Green Party

The UK Greens consist of three separate parties: the Scottish Green Party, the Green Party of England & Wales and the Green Party of Northern Ireland. Though the UK has elected Green MEPs since 19.

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Water as a right: the latest European Citizens’ Initiative Campaign

Water as a right: the latest European Citizens’ Initiative Campaign

The European Citizens Initiative was launched on the 1st April 2012 giving European citizens the possibility to directly influence the agenda setting process of the EU. But gathering 1 million signat.

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Green café – a space for Green activity, and a source of funding

Green café – a space for Green activity, and a source of funding

Green café – a space for Green activity, and a source of funding Following their breakthrough in 2006, in 2010 the Greens in the Czech Republic (Strana Zelených) did not cross the 5% parliamentary.

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