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Women for Another Europe

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Leader  Nena Venetsanou
Dissolved  2004 (August)
Founded  2004 (March)
Political position  Left-wing
Ideology  Feminism Anti-capitalism Anti-racism Eco-socialism Pacifism

Women for Another Europe (Greek: Γυναίκες για μια άλλη Ευρώπη) was a short-lived electoral coalition in Greece.

The coalition was formed by small left-wing parties that participated in the Coalition of the Radical Left (Renewing Communist Ecological Left etc.), independent feminists, anti-war activists and independent left-wing activists.

The 24 candidates of the list were women, and in the 1st place was Nena Venetsanou, a singer and an active member of the campaign for women's rights.

In the European election, 2004 the coalition gained 0.76% and a few months later merged back into the Coalition of the Radical Left.

References

Women for Another Europe Wikipedia


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