Romania Day was a success!

Yesterday, on the 25th October 2014, Environmental and Social Change, supported by Youth With A Global Vision, and with the financial help of the European Commission, organised Romania Day in London. Part of a broader campaign of breaking down stereotypes against migrant communities in London (the Romanian in this case),…

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11 October call for action – Global Frackdown & NO-TTIP march

This Saturday is full of events. On 11th October communities around the world will be standing together against fracking in the first Global Frackdown Event. All around the world communities are affected by this environmentally destructive industry which leaves behind water contamination, air pollution and health problems. Whatever the industry…

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Celebrating Romania’s Anti-Fracking Day

On 6th of April 2014, over 60 anti-fracking events took place in Romania and worldwide, which included rallies, protest marches and awareness campaigns against the exploitation of shale gas by hydraulic fracturing. In solidarity with the rest of the events, we organized a flashmob in London, aimed to bring the…

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Tree planting in London!

After months of printing flyers and posters for our campaign it was about time to give a little back so our London volunteers took part in a weekend of tree planting organised by our friends from Trees for Cities and The London Orchard Project. We had so much fun that…

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Rosia Montana Day

Background information Rosia Montana, the oldest documented mining village in Europe turns 1883. The small village is inhabited since pre-Roman times and has the continent’s largest gold deposit. It is also one of the seven ‘most endangered’ European cultural sites meeting 4 UNESCO criteria of highly significant importance for our…

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