• March 2015: Transnational actions against the ECB’s opening gala
  • Let’s Take Over The Party!

  • 25 Nov 14
  • Blockupy calls for a strong international participation in the actions on 18 March in Frankfurt. The Blockupy Days of 2012 and 2013 were only the beginning. The protest and the resistance will come back to Frankfurt – stronger in numbers and in determination than ever before!
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  • The Cause of SYRIZA Is Our Cause

  • 21 Nov 14
  • The possible win of SYRIZA in the next Greek elections is a matter which should be at the centre of interest of social movements, trade unions and political forces in all European countries, since it can be the first step for a fundamental social and political change in our continent.
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  • Discussion Paper
  • Democratizing the Police in Europe

  • By Georgios Papanicolaou, Giorgos Rigakos | 21 Nov 14
  • The discussion paper Democratizing the Police in Europe - with a particular emphasis on Greece, has been comissioned in the frame of the transform! Left Strategy project in cooperation with Nicos Poulantzas Institute and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. It deals with the varieties of police organizational models, the relations of police and democracy in times of crisis and explores possible left responses in the organizing of police. Download the publication here for free.
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  • Preface
  • Syriza and Europe
  • Essays
  • Divisions in Europe and Challenges for the Left
  • European Elections: A Snapshot of the Balance of Power
  • Activity Report

Video of the Week

I Decide, the Train of Freedom (with English subtitles). Video on the struggle of the Spanish women against the abortion law reform.


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