Blog

  • Natural Gas – No Solution for Climate Change

  • By Frida Kieninger | 19 Mar 19
  • In times of an urgent climate crisis and climate movements, the calls for alternatives to dirty fossil fuels become louder and louder. The biggest climate enemies we know about so far are oil and coal. They emit considerable amounts of CO2 and we will inevitably have to stop using them to keep global temperatures within livable ranges.
  • [more]

  • Analysis
  • World’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Weapon Rolls Off Assembly Line

  • 15 Mar 19
  • In January, the National Nuclear Security Administration announced that the first of a new generation of strategic nuclear weapons had rolled off the assembly line. That warhead, the W76-2, is designed to fit to a submarine-launched missile with a range of more than 7,500 miles. By September, an undisclosed number will be delivered to the Navy.
  • [more]





  • Report
  • Anti-Government Demonstrations in Hungary

  • By György Szende | 27 Feb 19
  • Representatives of the ruling FIDESZ party presented a bill to the Hungarian parliament on the amendment of the labour code increasing the number of working after-hours that can be ordered by employers to 400 a year in such a way that the wage for it is to be paid not immediately but only within...
  • [more]

  • Project Presentation
  • Resume of the Water Project 2018

  • By Adelina Escandell i Grases | 14 Feb 19
  • transform! europe supports the Water Project, organised by the Fundació l'Alternativa, to contribute through debate and reflection to the democratic impulse of decision-making in the management of water by the municipalities, promoting sustainable territorial planning, making use of green energies and proposing new forms of management of commons.
  • [more]

  • Conference Report
  • China and Central Europe – As the Left Sees It

  • By Jirí Málek , Jiří Hudeček | 12 Feb 19
  • Information on the proceedings and results of the international conference 'China and Central Europe. Political, Economic and Geopolitical Consequences - Standpoint of the Left', organised by the transform! europe member organisation SPED (Society for European Dialogue) with significant support from the RLS's Prague office.
  • [more]

  • Analysis
  • Greece: Back On Track After 10 Years

  • By Danai Koltsida | 12 Feb 19
  • On August 21st 2018 the third and last Greek memorandum came to its agreed end. Today, a full account of the political and economic developments during the past six months proves that the end of the memoranda era was not only of symbolic but also of important practical value, bringing Greece back on (economic, social and political) track.
  • [more]

  • Report on the Anti-Government Demonstrations in Austria
  • 'It's Thursday Again'

  • By Kurto Wendt | 12 Feb 19
  • When on October 4th, 2018 a group of political friends announced a demonstration under the title 'It's Thursday again', nobody would have guessed that this would mark the beginning of an outstanding series of protests against the Austrian right-wing extremist government.
  • [more]








  • Conference Report
  • Building Bridges. Neighbourhood Central Europe?

  • By Tamara Ehs | 29 Jan 19
  • To mark the 100th anniversary of the Austrian Republic, transform! europe and the Jahoda-Bauer Institute held a conference about the prospects for a common strategy for the Danube region and Central Europe. The event was supported financially by the Republic of Austria’s Fund for the Future and the Party of the European Left.
  • [more]

  • Personal Report
  • Report From Vilnius

  • By Eva Brenner | 28 Jan 19
  • Activities accompanying the lecture on Bertolt Brecht and Brechtian Theater, „Performing Politics & Community Building: BRECHT for our Age“ (Lecture Demonstration), and a recent Vienna based theater production of Brecht’s „Refugee Dialogues“ (2018) by Projekt Theater/FLEISCHEREI_mobil, Nov. 29th 2018, Lithuanian State Youth Theater;
  • [more]
Page 3 of 4.