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  • Report on the transform! Vienna Symposium
  • ‘The Middle East at Historical Crossroads’

  • By Katerina Anastasiou | 01 Feb 17
  • The Vienna Symposium entitled ‘The Middle East at Historical Crossroads’ took place at the Vienna premises of transform! europe, only days after the UN resolution of 23 December 2016* was passed which condemned the continuation of Israel’s settlement activities. With this symposium, we kicked off a new series of projects for 2017. They will be centred around viable left global strategies, and we consider the peace process in the war-torn Middle East a crucial part thereof.
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  • Seminar report
  • ‘Europe – what's left?’

  • By Roberto Morea | 31 Jan 17
  • A seminar in Rome provided space for discussing the numerous crises in Europe and their potential solutions. While the participants did not share all points of analysis put forward, they agreed on the need to break free of the existing framework and the necessity for a reinvention of the left on our continent.
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  • Videos and Audiofiles online!
  • Marxism-Feminism Conference “Building Bridges”

  • 30 Jan 17
  • The videos and audiofiles of the panels of the Marxist-Feminist conference “Building Bridges – shifting and strengthening visions – exploring alternatives“ in Vienna last October are now available.
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  • Concluding remarks at the transform! Vienna Symposium (14-16 January)
  • There still remains hope for the Middle East

  • By Walter Baier | 23 Jan 17
  • Finding a just and sustainable solution for the Middle East means contributing immensely to peace and security for Europe, without which welfare and democracy in Europe will not be secured. Europe’s left has to assume its responsibility, also in its own interest.
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  • 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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