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  • Analysis
  • More Equality for More Resilience

  • By Christophe Degryse | 24 Nov 22
  • The year 2022 has given us a glimpse of the new world we are entering. We are witnessing the end of a long period of relative stability, prosperity and security. From now on, we will have to learn to live with uncertainty and restraint. An analysis by Christophe Degryse, Head of the Foresight Unit at the European Trade Union (ETUI).
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  • Report
  • 7th Nicosia Book Fest

  • By Chrysostomos Pashiardis | 21 Nov 22
  • Chrysostomos Pashiardis from the Research Institute "Promitheas", an observer organisation of transform! europe, reports on the successful book festival held in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 13-14 and 22-24 October 2022, which has been organised by "Promitheas" Research Institute since 2016.
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  • Comment
  • Peace in Rome

  • By Roberto Morea , Roberto Musacchio | 18 Nov 22
  • On 5 November, a protest march organised by trade unions, left movements, Catholic groups, and other civil society actors took place in Rome. The giant demonstration for peace with more than a hundred thousand people is an event of enormous importance.
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  • Analysis
  • The Latin American Left Will Inspire the World

  • By Martin Lampter | 02 Nov 22
  • The current Brazilian elections are important also for many beyond the country’s borders. Brazil has strengthened the new left wave in Latin America and cooperation across the Global South, which now counts 134 developing countries and could represent a social alternative at a time when Western countries are facing a coming recession and crisis.
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  • Analysis
  • “Enough is Enough” — Working Class Struggles in the UK

  • By Andrew Burgin | 11 Oct 22
  • As Britain faces economic crisis at the hands of a right-wing Conservative government, it continues to be hard hit by Brexit, and is still reeling from the impact of the pandemic. With the Labour Party failing to mount any serious opposition to neo-liberalism, we are at last seeing the re-emergence of significant trade union-led strikes.
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