Report: “From Moscow with Love” – Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden on acTVism Munich
On September 22nd 2016 Volksbühne Berlin welcomed Edward Snowden via video link from his exile in Moscow to give an interview as part of their Europe series under the title “From Moscow with love: Edward Snowden on the criminal story of democracy.”

Do People care about Privacy? – with Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden
On the 25th of March 2016, the University of Arizona organized an event called “A Conversation on Privacy” which hosted Edward Snowden, Noam Chomsky and Glenn Greenwald. Due to the importance of this event to human freedom and liberty, acTVism is translating it, part by part, into the German language. Although we have the personnel to translate the content into Spanish, French and Greek as well, we lack the financial resources that would free up the necessary time required to undertake this critical initiative. Please donate today by clicking here so that we can translate this event and similar initiatives in order to create awareness on a global scale.

Analysis from Leading UN Human Rights Expert on Free Trade Agreements

In this video Alfredo-Maurice de Zayas provides an in-depth analysis on the so-called “Free Trade Agreements” and their possible effects.

Stop TTIP and CETA – Demonstrations in Germany

On the 17th of September 2016, a coalition of 33 activist networks organized nationwide demonstrations across Germany under the banner “STOP CETA & TTIP” that were aimed against so called transnational free trade agreements such as TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement).

Noam Chomsky: “Every word in the phrase free trade agreement is just false.”

Prof. Noam Chomsky, der renommierte Linguist, Philosoph, Autor und Aktivist liefert den historischen Kontext von Freihandelsabkommen und erläutert die Auswirkungen, die das Abkommen auf Demokratie, Arbeitsrechte und die Umwelt haben könnte.

Voting does not change anything – OP-ED by Ernst Wolff

Enrst Wolff
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Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International & ACLU launch “Pardon Snowden” Campaign

Begnadigt Snowden
The Pardon Snowden campaign, supported by the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, will work through the end of Obama’s administration to make the case that Snowden’s act of whistleblowing benefited the United States and enriched democratic debate worldwide. The campaign urges citizens around the world to write to the president via the site, as attention is to drawn to Snowden by this week’s release of the film “Snowden,” directed by Oliver Stone and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.