Lorenzo Marsili

Lorenzo Marsili is a writer, political activist, and founder of international network European Alternatives. He is a board member for global NGO CIVICUS and on the coordinating committee of pan-European movement DiEM25. He previously worked in journalism and was founding editor of Naked Punch Review. His latest book is Citizens of Nowhere: How to Save Europe from Itself (Zed Books 2018).


From Italy to the EU: Alternatives to a Failing Status Quo

A conversation on how to rework the political economy to end inequality and challenge the "business as usual" attitude of the EU and Italy's ruling classes.

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Earn Money Online: The Politics of Microwork and Machines

Antonio Casilli discusses ‘microwork’, the increasingly common, hard-to-measure practice that sees people carry out small tasks online for even tinier amounts of pay.

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The City as the New Political Centre

Barcelona leads the way in reviving democracy and participation of citizens. Joan Subirats talks about how cities can shape a better governance architecture and complement the current system centred on nation-states.

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