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  • In the Great Transformation

  • By Walter Baier | 26 Sep 19
  • Recently, the draft for a globalisation programme was submitted by the National Board of the Red-Green Alliance/Enhedslisten (Denmark), member of the Party of the European Left (EL), to the party's next Annual Congress on 5 – 6 October. Read Walter Baier's review.
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  • Statement of the International Federation of Resistance Fighters (FIR)
  • A Bad Message from the European Parliament

  • 24 Sep 19
  • Last Thursday the European Parliament adopted by majority the resolution on the Importance of European remembrance for the future of Europe. Read the statement of the International Federation of Resistance Fighters Association of Anti-fascists on this "ideological relapse into the worst times of the cold war".
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  • Neoliberalism is considered a key paradigm and a building block of post-communist transformation - but often approached linearly, as a transition from and to. However, such linearity ignores its hybrid and discontinuous representations in the very...


  • Contributions of the annual strategic seminar of transform! europe and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.


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Colours of a Journey


Colours of a Journey
(CoJ) is a digital archive of memories of migration. It's creation was inspired by an exhibition organised by the Italian cultural association ARC and displayed during the annual Sabir Festival of Cultures, 2016, taking place in Palermo. The platform hosts paintings by newcomer children around Europe, envisioning their past, present and future and helps reception facilities to organize and host workshops and exhibitions with the materials gathered. As art is a medium that bridges linguistic and cultural barriers and images are often more effective than words to communicate complex experiences and emotions, CoJ is designed to collect and exhibit paintings and illustrations as well as to create a space where questions like "Why did these people leave their homes? What does their life look like now? What kind of a future do they envision for themselves?" are answered by the newcomers themselves.

Find out more about Colours of a Journey 

The exhibition was featured in the court of Comunità Ellenica Siciliana Trinacria.

The programmeof the Sabir Festival of Cultures 2018 can be found here

 

Video by: Amalia Pop