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  • transform! at the
  • Left Forum 2017

  • 02 Červen 2017 - 04 Červen 2017 |   New York
  • Each spring Left Forum convenes the largest gathering in North America of the US and international Left. It provides a context for the critical conversations that are essential for a stronger Left and a more just society.
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  • Finnish municipal elections
  • A Success for the ‘Left Alliance’

  • Jukka Pietiläinen | 24 Apr 17
  • Good news from the North: In the Finnish municipal elections on 9 April 2017, the Left Alliance reached 8.8% of the vote which corresponds to a plus of 0.8%. The success was due to a successful election campaign and the good work of party chairperson Li Andersson.
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  • Conference
  • Where Now for the Left?

  • 27 Květen 2017 - 27 Květen 2017 |   Warsaw
  • This conference, jointly organised with transform! europe, develops the themes from Naprzód’s previous conference in May, held on the topic of Authoritarianism and Nationalism in Europe. This time we aim to look at how the left can develop in Poland and Europe and build a real alternative to the neo-liberal and conservative right.
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NEW RELEASES

  • This paper on German politics deals with several questions: What is the current situation? How to organize a so-called third pole, the political camp of solidarity? How to re-organize the left party and how to handle the question of a centre-left...


  • On 15 March 2017, the Luxembourg court of appeal ruled on the ‘LuxLeaks’ scandal.


  • In 2016 the cohesion of the European Union was tested as never before. Popular dissatisfaction with the national and European neoliberal orders – culminating in Brexit – gave an impetus to populist radical right forces. Nevertheless, several...


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