O pasado mes de novembro asistimos ao V Encontro internacional organizado por Jovent Republicá, xuventudes de Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya, en Girona.
Este encontro internacional tiña como eixo fundamental, o debate sobre o fascismo europeo, a situación que se vive nas diferentes nacións alí presentes e as alternativas para combatilo.
Após dous días de debate e convivio, o V Encontro Internacional organizado por Jovent Republicá fixo público o seu posicionamento:
recent years Europe has been experiencing a rise of the fascist and
far-right movements that has translated into a larger presence in both
national and European institutions. Far-right governments such as the
ones we have in Poland and Hungary or the presence of far-right
political parties in the EU is no longer an exception, but a normal
situation that we, the left youth of Europe, must fight.
its success fascism needs to create a state of national insecurity
formed by external threats, which nowadays are the immigrants and
multiculturalism, and internal threats, incarnated by feminist,
ecologist and independentist movements. All this, combined with an
economic crisis produced by the incapability of the capitalist system to
solve its own problems and a lack of real democracy around the world,
causes the perfect context for the rise of far-right ideology and
movements. Overall, this shows the urgent need to share these fights
between peoples and under the anticapitalist framework. Sharing these
reivindications and hatching socialist networks to organise the left in
Europe and all around the world against the intolerance and fascism
becomes then critical. We strongly believe that internationalism is the
best tool to combat far-right movements and populism, as it gives us the
chance to share and learn new strategies but also to build synergies
between organisations and antifascist platforms.
the 15th to the 17th of November, the V International Meeting of Jovent
Republicà was held in Girona, which gathered 10 international
delegations and more than 50 organized youngsters from all around Europe
with antifascism as the main topic. During these days, the participants
were able to share their own experiences in fighting against fascism
and the far-right and compared strategies that have been useful to
achieve victory in this struggle. Out of all these debates and talks we
were able to define some measures that should be followed by all left,
democratic and antifascist youth organizations around Europe:
a narrative against the lies and hate speeches spreaded by the
far-right around Europe. Their ideas can not be assumed by democratic
organizations in an effort to win votes and we should never enter into
debates that are built around hate.
Completely isolate the fascist and far-right organizations in the institutions.
a “unity strategy” to fight fascism that gathers all democratic and
antifascist organizations, regardless of their ideology, combined with
“specific strategies” directed to fight the different types of far-right
conclusion, we think that us leftist youth organizations have to keep on
organising ourselves in a unitary front against fascism. We are
convinced that these antifascist meetings are a very powerful way to
build solidarity between peoples and we advocate for more encounters
like this one in order to keep developing a narrative that can construct
resistances in the left to stop fascism. These days we have proved that
we are not alone and that we have activists and organizations all
around Europe that share the same struggles and fights, and that
solidarity and internationalism are the best way to achieve victory.
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