Alter Summit

Latest update : 27 January 2020.


  • Privacy Policy

    27 January 2020

    Alter Summit - C/o Gresea asbl- Rue Royale 11-1000 Brussels
    This privacy policy deals with the way we collect and process personal data and your rights with regard to your data.
    The processing of personal data relating to this site is subject to Belgian law (Law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data, amended by the Law of 11 December 1998 transposing Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free (...)

  • What is the Alter Summit?

    13 January 2020

    Alter Summit: A European Laboratory
    Alter Summit is a European network of social organisations (trade unions, associations, NGOs, collectives) fighting to democratically re-found a social, ecological and feminist Europe and to impose, against the privileges of the banks, rights for all: employment, health, housing, education, culture...
    Concretely, the Alter Summit is:
    1. A space for discussion and debate on EU policies and social movements in Europe ;
    2. A space for collective decisions on actions and activities to oppose these policies ;
    3. A space that brings together trade unions (...)

  • Municipalities and citizens movement defeat anti-democratic EU directive

    24 April 2019

    Trade unions and other social movements, city councilors, municipalities, regional councils and even some governments can now claim victory over a proposal tabled by the European Commission in January 2017.

  • We are Europe! Our programme to regain our rights

    14 December 2016

    Final declaration of the Rights4All Now Conference – 25-26 November, Brussels

  • The role of trade unions in the construction of the power balance

    18 November 2014

    Alter Summit’s workshop at the Blockupy Festival. Friday the 21th of November, from 2pm to 4.30 pm.
    Haus der Jugend, Deutschherrnufer 12, Big room, Frankfurt, Germany.

  • Global strategic goals for the next 18 months

    21 November 2013

    The Alter Summit as a permanent working process Continuing the consolidation and expansion of the Alter Summit network at European and national level. Not as an end in itself, but to increase our capacity to intensify the dialogue among each other, jointly in accordance with our manifesto and to act with the will to change the balance of power in order to establish a new Europe. To set these goals and initiatives in order to gain visibility. The Greek EU Presidency in the first semester of 2014 represents a new challenge in this context in case the Greek organizations consider new (...)

  • Functionning

    31 October 2013

    Note: The operating mode of the Alter Summit network was built gradually, based on the experience of the Joint Social Conference. This functioning aims to develop a network of organizations (not of individuals) in an inclusive manner, opened while maintaining the consistency of the network and its ability to take decisions and implement them. The common rules below were discussed in Firenze and agreed by the assembly on December 14th 2012
    Goals: The main "added value" of the Alter Summit lies in its sought capacity to effectively influence and exert all its weight on the EU policies. (...)

  • Contact Form

    18 April 2013
  • Members and Signatories

    17 April 2013

    The active members of our network and the signatories of the Call for an Alter Summit.
    Active members of Alter Summit (January 2020)
    Campaign Welfare State (NO); ATTAC (ES); Union Syndicale Solidaires (FR); Transnational Institute (NL); CGT (FR); Economistes Attérées (FR); CADTM (BE); EAPN (EU); ETF (EU); SNES (FR); USO (ES); CG FGTB (BE); ELA (ES); Nei til EU (NO); CIEP (BE); CIG (ES); Fondation Copernic (FR); AEDH (EU); Tranform Europe (AT); Ciré (BE); IRW FGTB (BE); ATTAC BXL 2 (BE); EPSU (EU); FSIE (RO); Intersindal Valenciana (ES); EUHRC (EU); Mouvement de la Paix (FR); Tranform (...)

  • Call for an alternative summit

    10 April 2013

    Today we are witnessing a major historical turning point in the European Union. European leaders, particularly those of the Commission, the ECOFIN Council and the European Central Bank, take advantage of the current crisis to impose a neoliberal order against the ideal of a democratic, social and ecological Europe.
    The face of Europe is changing with dire consequences for citizens and for the future of the European project itself. This "silent revolution" - as Barroso himself calls it – is taking place through unprecedented activism at the legal-institutional level : proliferation of (...)