Our member organisation Nicos Poulantzas Institute presents for its 11th Annual Lecture in memory of Nicos Poulantzas the prominent figure of the human rights, feminist, black pride and prisoners' rights movement Angela Davis.
Currently, the European parliament and the Council negotiate the so-called “winter package” which will change existing legislation in the field of energy efficiency, renewable energy support schemes, the electricity market design and the energy performance of buildings.
Inequalities are one of the most debated topics internationally in the last years, especially after the 2008 crisis which has made evident the deadlocks of unregulated neoliberal financialized capitalism.
European Forum of Progressive Forces: A new space for long-term political cooperation, bringing together a very broad panel of left, green and progressive parties, of platforms and political movements, trade unions and social organisations, NGOs, intellectuals and citizens' movements from all over Europe.
The economic crisis’ outbreak in 2007-2008 stipulated the EU’s strategy for the forthcoming years in political, economic, ideological and social terms. Although the neoliberal policies were already delineated by the Lisbon treaty, the rigid implementation of austerity in the course of the crisis...
Should the left strive towards a techno-utopian liberation from labour or should it, conversely, devote itself towards inventing and facilitating an alternative, non-capitalist societal recognition of human labour, one that would run even against technological progress?
The Center for the Politics of Emancipation, The Feminist Forum of the Philosophy Faculty and transform! europe invite to a lecture that will be held by Eric Toussaint at the Amphitheater of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade.
This year’s conference is dedicated to the question ‘Can the EU still be saved? The implications of a multi-speed Europe’. It will be jointly hosted with the Nicos Poulantzas Institute and the Department of Geography at Harokopio University in Athens. Proposals for papers should be submitted by 14 May.
Every year since 2005 activists, party members, and members of social movements from all over Europe and beyond meet for four days to jointly develop ideas for an alternative Europe. The Summer Universities are jointly organized by transform! europe and the Party of the European Left.
The conference aims at bringing together progressive social and political forces from across the continent to tackle the issues of a new industrial strategy for Europe. It is an initiative of transform! europe, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Brussels office and Nicos Poulantzas Institute.
Each spring Left Forum convenes the largest gathering in North America of the US and international Left. It provides a context for the critical conversations that are essential for a stronger Left and a more just society.
This conference, jointly organised with transform! europe, develops the themes from Naprzód’s previous conference in May, held on the topic of Authoritarianism and Nationalism in Europe. This time we aim to look at how the left can develop in Poland and Europe and build a real alternative to the neo-liberal and conservative right.
The international colloquium on the history of Europe and its institutions is jointly organised by Espaces Marx, transform! europe, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Fondation Gabriel Péri, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Paris Nord, CNRS, University Paris 13, and University Paris 8.
A broad coalition of social movements, trade unions, social and political actors and organizations is committed to build up together, from 23 to 25 March in Rome a huge European mobilization, when the EU leaders will gather to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome.