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  • Support to SYRIZA from the Workers`Front (Croatia)

  • 31 Dec 14
  • A month from now Greece will hold snap elections for its parliament. The most likely candidate for winning power is the left-wing SYRIZA, which opposes the brutal austerity measures implemented in that country and seeks to cancel, or at least renegotiate, part of Greece’s external debt. Late in...
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  • Something is amiss in our Europe.
  • Greece is about to give European democracy a chance

  • By Yanis Varoufakis | 31 Dec 14
  • When the constitutional process of a proud European democracy seemed to be leading, quite properly, to elections (as was the case in Greece since the Fall), the European Commission, various governments and the commentariat-at-large intervened, presenting the prospect of elections (the crowning...
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  • Italian appeal
  • Change Greece - Change Europe

  • 18 Dec 14
  • transform! europe and tansform! italy are promoting a network of European solidarity in support of the possibility that the next elections in Greece will be an expression of a desire for change and rupture of austerity policies. Find here the appeal and signatures by Italian intellectuals, politicians, unionists and artists.
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  • Greek Government Programme
  • What the SYRIZA Government Will Do

  • 18 Dec 14
  • transform! publishes the government programme of SYRIZA announced at the Thessaloniki International Fair on 15 September 2014 by Alexis Tsipras.
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  • What is the True Plan of Mr. Juncker?

  • By Christian Pilichowski | 15 Dec 14
  • European Commission’s president Jean-Claude Juncker unveiled on Wednesday 26 November his €315 bn investment plan to – in his opinion – kick-start EU growth and create one million jobs. Between empty announcement effects and further attacks on labour, what is the true plan of Mr. Juncker?
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  • Open call for artists and partners
  • European Grandma Project

  • 14 Dec 14
  • The European Grandma Project is a cultural cooperation project in Europe, that aims to explore Europe’s history through its female narratives.
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  • New Documentary Film
  • Who is Saving Whom?

  • 12 Dec 14
  • Who is saving whom? Are the rich saving the poor? The politicians saving the banks? The bank rescue funds saving Europe? Or are the taxpayers saving some few individuals? To whose advantage is the so-called crisis? The new documentary film from Leslie Franke and Herdolor Lorenz sheds some light on this issue.
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  • Swedish Politics Up in the Air

  • By Petter Nilsson | 10 Dec 14
  • Going into 2015, everything about the Swedish political landscape is up in the air. In a country where the social democrats held power – singlehandedly or supported by one or two other parties – during almost all of the 20th century, they are now unable to form even a coalition capable of getting the budget through parliament. Last week the budget proposal of the government lost to the opposing coalition, and the Prime Minister Stefan Löfvén publicly announced that he would call for extra elections.
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  • Conference Report
  • Police Democratization in Europe

  • By Theofanis Papageorgiou | 09 Dec 14
  • Between 21 and 23 November, the Nicos Poulantzas Institute in cooperation with Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and the transform! network held an international workshop in the Athens Chamber of Crafts on the issue of “Democratization of Police in Europe”.
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  • Manólis Glézos in Luxembourg

  • By Murray Smith | 02 Dec 14
  • On 27 November Luxembourg had the privilege of welcoming Manólis Glézos. A public meeting was organized jointly by déi Lénk and by the Luxembourg sections of Syriza, Izquierda Unida, the Communist Party of Spain and Rifondazione comunista.
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  • Can Greece change the EU?

  • By Marica Frangakis | 27 Nov 14
  • What has been happening in Greece since the outbreak of the financial crisis in 2007/2008 and of the eurocrisis in 2009/2010 is not unique to this country. Greece is not an exceptional case.
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  • Short Report of a Seminar in Florence
  • The Neoliberal Agenda and European Social Democracies

  • By Roberto Morea | 26 Nov 14
  • The international meeting held in Florence from 16 to 17 November – promoted by the transform! europe foundation in collaboration with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation – provided an important opportunity for political reflections which was met with very positive response by the entire spectrum of the Italian Left.
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