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Posted by satyrikon στο 1 Δεκεμβρίου, 2010

European Students Fight Governments and Banks

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[Image]A student, wearing a mask, reading: ‘I was cut,’ protests in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government’s proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Getty [Image]Students demonstrate in Buchanan Street on November 24, 2010 in Glasgow, Scotland. Protests are taking place across the UK over higher tuition fees and the recent government budget cuts. A student march earlier in the month saw violent scenes as protestors occupied the Conservative Party headquarters in London. Getty [Image]A student demonstrator is detained by police following a protest against the proposed rise in tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in Bristol, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]A demonstrator breaks the window of a police van during a protest against a planned government education policy in central London November 24, 2010. Demonstrators scuffled with police in central London on Wednesday when thousands of students and school pupils protested across Britain against government plans to raise university tuition fees. Reuters [Image]Students march around Westminster protesting against planned increases in tuition fees and maintenance grant cuts on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. A student march earlier in the month saw violent scenes as protestors occupied the Conservative Party headquarters. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty

[Image]An injured protester is treated by police medic as thousands of students protest against tuition fees at Whitehall in London, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Several thousand British students protested Wednesday against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot. College and university students across the country held marches and sit-ins to oppose the decision to increase university fees to 9,000 pounds ($14,000) a year, a key plank in the government’s deficit-cutting austerity measures. In London, the university students and younger pupils in school uniforms marched from Trafalgar Square toward the Houses of Parliament, chanting «no ifs, no buts, no education cuts.» AP [Image]Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government’s proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Getty [Image]Italian police face students protest in front of the Italian Lower House in Rome on November 25, 2010. Students from several cities protest against the government’s proposed reform of the university system and budget cuts that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s government has engaged to carry out by 2013. Students are outraged over cuts of around nine billion euros (12 billion US dollars) and 130,000 jobs in the education system. Placard at center makes a reference to Education Minister Mariastella Gelmini. Getty [Image]Police in riot gear clash with students during a protest against the government-proposed education reforms which are being discussed in the Italian Parliament, in Florence, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. Thousands of students across Italy have occupied university buildings, bridges and piazzas to protest education cuts and reforms being debated by Parliament. According to reports, one student was injured. AP [Image]A demonstrator shields his face from the heat of a fire during a protest, in central London November 24, 2010. Demonstrators scuffled with police in central London on Wednesday when thousands of students and school pupils protested across Britain against government plans to raise university tuition fees. Reuters [Image]Greek students march in front of parliament during a protest against upcoming education reform in central Athens November 25, 2010. Greek students protest over planned changes to the education system which they fear will lead to the imposition of tuition fees at universities and cuts in educational spending. Reuters [Image]Students march in Athens during a demonstration on November 25, 2010 to protest against education reforms planned by the government and insecurity of future jobs. Strikes took place in Greece as IMF and EU inspectors warned debt-hit Greece that it needed to do more to reduce spending in order to secure future rescue funds. Getty [Image]A demonstrator holds a placard as he sits on traffic lights during a protest, in central London November 24, 2010. Demonstrators scuffled with police in central London on Wednesday when thousands of students and school pupils protested across Britain against government plans to raise university tuition fees. Reuters [Image]University students hang a banner with writing reading in Italian «No to the Gelmini (Education Minister Mariastella Gelmini) reform» from the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. Italian university students occupied the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Rome’s Colosseum to protest education cuts and reforms before parliament. According to agencies, some 2,000 students marched in the university town of Pisa, forming a human chain around the tower to prevent tourists from entering. Several climbed up inside the famous landmark as tourists snapped photos of the demonstration. Thursday was the second day of protests throughout Italy against the reforms, which would force the closure of schools operating in the red and eliminate some areas of study. AP [Image]Students attack a police van in Whitehall during a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]Students attack a police van in Whitehall during a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. [Image]Students participate in a mass demonstration over government plans to change education funding and tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]Students participate in a mass demonstration over government plans to change education funding and tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]Students pose for photographs in front of a vandalised police van during a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty

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Students participate in a mass demonstration over government plans to change education funding and tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

Protesters stands on top of a bus stand as thousands of students protest against tuition fees in central London, late Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Thousands of British students protested Wednesday against government plans to triple university tuition fees, and there were sporadic scuffles with police, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot. AP

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Student demonstrators listen to speakers during a protest against the proposed rise in tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in Bristol, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

Students march in protest in Glasgow, Scotland November 24, 2010. On Wednesday, young people staged walkouts at universities, schools and colleges in a national day of action at the coalition Conservative-Liberal Democrat government proposals to almost triple tuition charges to up to 9,000 pounds ($14,500) a year. Reuters

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A demonstrator holds a police helmet taken from a vandalised police van, during a protest over tuition fees, on Whitehall in central London on November 24, 2010. Angry students attacked a police van and clashed with officers Wednesday as thousands of people marched through London in protest at government plans to triple university fees. An estimated 10,000 people took part in the second mass protest in London this month against the measures, but demonstrations also took place across Britain on Wednesday. Getty [Image]

Student and school children walk out of lectures and classes to join a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

Protesters burn their placards as thousands of student protest against tuition fees at Whitehall in London, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Thousands of British students protested Wednesday against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot. AP [Image]

Students participate in a mass demonstration over government plans to change education funding and tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

Students participate in a mass demonstration over government plans to change education funding and tuition fees on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

Police in riot gear clash with students during a protest against the government-proposed education reforms, in Rome, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Thousands of students across Italy have occupied university buildings, bridges and piazzas to protest education cuts and reforms being debated by Parliament. Students clashed briefly with police at a protest in Rome and organizers say two students were detained. AP

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Protesters clash with police officers as thousands of student protest against tuition fees at Whitehall in London, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Several thousand students protested against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot. College and university students across the country held marches and sit-ins to oppose the decision to increase university fees to 9,000 pounds ($14,000) a year, a key plank in the government’s deficit-cutting austerity measures. AP [Image]

Protestors attempt to break windows of the Treasury building during protests against planned increases in tuition fees and maintenance grant cuts, on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty

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Police hold protesters back during a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding on November 24, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. This is the second student day of action and a student march on the 10th November caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower and the Metropolitan police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators. There are plans to raise the student tuition fees in England to around £9,000 a year instead of the current £3,000. Getty [Image]

A protester holds up a smoke flare as thousands of student protest against tuition fees at Whitehall in London, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Thousands of British students protested Wednesday against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot. AP [Image]

Edward Woollard arrives at Westminster Magistrates court in central London on November 24, 2010. Woollard pleaded guilty Wednesday, to throwing a fire extinguisher from the roof of Millbank Tower, the building which houses the heaquaters of Britain’s Conservative Part, during a student fees demonstration earlier this month. Getty

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Police in riot gear clash with students during a protest against the government-proposed education reforms which are being discussed in the Italian parliament, in Rome, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Thousands of students across Italy have occupied university buildings, bridges and piazzas to protest education cuts and reforms being debated by Parliament. Students clashed briefly with police at a protest in Rome and organizers say two students were detained. AP [Image]

Students demonstrate on November 17, 2010 in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period. Getty

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A protest march of students in Parma, Emilia Romagna and many parts of Italy. University, middle and high school students participated with many teachers and lecturers backing them on recent government cuts to education. Parma, Italy. 17/11/2010. Demotix

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Students run in Piazza del Pantheon toward the Parliament on November 17, 2010 during a demonstration in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period. Getty [Image]

Students run during a demonstration on November 17, 2010 in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period. Getty

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Students protect their faces from teargas as they demonstrate on November 17, 2010 in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period. Getty [Image]

A protest march of students in Parma, Emilia Romagna and many parts of Italy. University, middle and high school students participated with many teachers and lecturers backing them on recent government cuts to education. Parma, Italy. 17/11/2010. Demotix [Image]

Bulgarian students carry books on their heads on November 16, 2010 in front Sofia’s University building in Sofia during a protest against planned budget cuts for higher education. For the whole of 2010, the government is forecasting modest growth of 1.0 percent, but observers, including the International Monetary Fund, are much less optimistic. Getty

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Students demonstrate against the government’s education reforms in Rome, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010. Students demonstrated Wednesday in many cities all over Italy against Education minister Mariastella Gelmini’s policy on high school and higher education. AP

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Students demonstrate on November 17, 2010 in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period. Banner reads: ‘Our culture frightens you.’ Getty

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Students demonstrate on November 17, 2010 in front of the parliament in the center of Rome against reforming universities and budget cuts decided by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s center-right government. Altogether more than 100 rallies took place in Italy. Over the last two years, the Berlusconi government adopted several new bills, which cut the education budget by 9 billion euros and remove 130,000 jobs over the 2009-2013 period.  Getty

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Students demonstrate against the government’s education reforms in Milan, Italy, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010. Students demonstrated Wednesday in many cities all over Italy against Education Minister Mariastella Gelmini’s policy on high school and higher education. AP [Image]

A man raises his fist as high school students walk in Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a demonstration 24 November to protest the unpopular plan to raise minimum retirement from 60 to 62 and full pension payments from 65 to 67. French protestors blocked key sites and clashed with police Thursday as unions called for further mass nationwide protests against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s bid to raise the retirement age. With no fuel left in more than a quarter of petrol pumps, police are playing what unions dubbed a game of cat and mouse with protestors at depots and refineries in a bid to prevent the country grinding to a halt. Getty

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Students walk shouting during a demonstration on October 28, 2010 in Paris as part of the ninth day of actions against the pensions reform law, that was formally adopted by lawmakers. The National Assembly voted 336 for and 233 against the law, which raises the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, on the eve of the latest in a series of protests that have threatened to bring France to a standstill. Getty

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A detained protester is slapped by policemen outside the U.S. embassy during a rally in Athens marking the anniversary of a 1973 students uprising against the dictatorship then ruling Greece November 17, 2010. Greek police fired teargas at a small group of stone-throwing protesters as thousands marched through Athens on Wednesday during the rally which also protested against the U.S. for supporting the 1967-1974 military junta. Reuters

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High school students walk past a damaged car as they demonstrate against France’s government pensions reform on October 19, 2010 in Lyon. The latest mass protests against pensions reform in France drew 480,000 demonstrators into the streets by midday Today the government said, a slight dip compared with the last comparable day of marches. Getty [Image]

Riot police detain protesters during a rally in Athens marking the anniversary of a 1973 students uprising against the dictatorship then ruling Greece November 17, 2010. Greek police fired teargas at a small group of stone-throwing protesters as thousands marched through Athens on Wednesday during the rally which also protested against the U.S. for supporting the 1967-1974 military junta. Reuters

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Riot police clash with protesters during a rally in Athens marking the anniversary of a 1973 students uprising against the dictatorship then ruling Greece November 17, 2010. Greek police fired teargas at a small group of stone-throwing protesters as thousands marched through Athens on Wednesday during the rally which also protested against the U.S. for supporting the 1967-1974 military junta. Reuters

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Riot police arrest demonstrators during a rally in Athens marking the anniversary of a 1973 students uprising against the dictatorship then ruling Greece November 17, 2010. Greek police fired teargas at a small group of stone-throwing protesters as thousands marched through Athens on Wednesday during the rally which also protested against the U.S. for supporting the 1967-1974 military junta. Reuters

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Protesters march in front of the U.S. embassy during a rally marking the anniversary of a 1973 students uprising against the dictatorship then ruling Greece in Athens November 17, 2010. Greek police fired teargas at a small group of stone-throwing protesters as thousands marched through Athens on Wednesday during the rally which also protested against the U.S. for supporting the 1967-1974 military junta. Reuters

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Almost 2500 students took part against the upcoming educational reform. Protesters gathered at Propylaia in the centre of the town and headed to Syntagma square. A small conflict with the police took place. Athens, Greece. 21/10/2010. Demotix [Image]

Policemen try to disperse protesters during a rally in Athens October 21, 2010. About 2,000 students marched in central Athens on Thursday to protest against planned education reform and EU/IMF austerity measures aimed at helping Greece exit a huge debt crisis. Reuters [Image]

A woman looks through a door that was defaced by U.C. Berkeley students who were protesting tuition increases on November 19, 2010 in Berkeley, California. The U.C. board of regents voted Thursday to raise tuition at all the University of California schools by eight percent for the 2011 school year. Schools in the U.C. system have seen a thirty two percent increase in tuition since the 2009 academic year. Getty

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A high school student is detained by riot police during a protest outside the Chilean congress in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, November 16, 2010. Over 60 students protested on Tuesday at the parliament against changes to the public state education and are demanding the government to increase their budget to fund universities. Reuters

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Ukrainian students shout slogans during a rally by students trade union in front of the Ministry of Education in Kiev on November 11, 2010 to protest against introduction of Education fees. Getty

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An injured police officer reacts after clashing with demonstrators outside 30 Millbank, during a student protest march in central London on November 10, 2010. University students protesting against the British government’s plans to triple tuition fees forced their way into the headquarters of Prime Minister David Cameron’s party on Wednesday. In chaotic scenes, around 20 students got into the lobby of Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party. Getty

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