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Tag Archives: Aganaktismenoi
Jul 11 2014
By Anne Kaun New media and technologies and, in particular, social media have been celebrated over the last few years for their role in protest movements, such as the 15-M movement in Spain, the ‘Aganaktismenoi’ in Greece or the global … Continue reading
Posted by: July 11, 2014
Mar 13 2014
By Marina Prentoulis and Lasse Thomassen The 2011 movements of the squares, the ‘aganaktismenoi’ and ‘indignados’ as they came to be known in Greece and Spain respectively, brought to the forefront old and unresolved debates on the Left. During the … Continue reading
Posted by: March 13, 2014
Jan 24 2014
By Maria Kyriakidou and Jose Javier Olivas Although it is more than two years now that the Indignados took over the streets and central squares in Spain and Greece, the movement remains the most emblematic expression of civic resistance to … Continue reading
Posted by: January 24, 2014
Dec 20 2013
By Christos Kostopoulos The current economic crisis that Europe is going through has produced a lot of social strife around the political handling of the crisis. In one of the most affected countries of the Eurozone, Greece, popular resistance to … Continue reading
Posted by: December 20, 2013