Few topics are as politically charged as “international migration”. This ITH Conference wants to discuss the issue from a global and historical perspective, reaching from the sixteenth century to the present.
Nicos Poulantzas Institute and transform! europe invite you to a public event in Athens on the 13th of December.
Members of the Greek and the international academic community will map the schools of Left thought (philosophical, political, sociological) that are active nowadays in Europe and will...
On the initiative of GUE/NGL and Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation Brussels in cooperation with transform!europe, this conference aims at bringing together partners from different member states such as: representatives of progressive parties in the EU and the US, trade unions, climate justice organisations and economists.
The next event of the Studies of Socialism 2019 programme, organised by the Centre for the Politics of Emancipation (CPE) and supported by transform! europe, will interlink the topics of degrowth and debt economy (public and household debt).
In November 2018 in Bilbao, the second European Forum of Left, Green and Progressive Forces, bringing together more than 400 participants from 123 organizations and 36 countries, launched a call to take back the common destiny of the peoples of Europe against the threats that were growing before...
The next event of the Studies of Socialism 2019 programme, organized by the Centre for the Politics of Emancipation (CPE) and supported by transform! europe, will encompass methods and experiences of organizing for social justice.
Already for the 3rd time the Centre for Marxist Social Studies (CMS) – supported by transform! europe – co-organises this international conference, centred on how Marxist theories can help our understanding of the contemporary era as well as how to conceive the future.
For the second time, the committee Casa Internazionale delle Donne – supported by transform! europe – organises an international conference, this year on “Life at Work, The Sense of Work: Feminist Thoughts and Practices”.
In view of the escalation of the trade war between the USA and China the Institut für sozial-ökologische Wirtschaftsforschung (isw) invites you to a conference of particular topicality in collaboration with transform! europe.
Have we learned from the past? Is it possible to deny the past? Which are the risks of forgetting the past or parts of it? – This year, the films presented on the MICAR anti-racist film festival deal with these and other questions of individual and collective memory – again with the support of transform! europe.
Supported by transform! europe, the political festival The World Transformed (TWT) aims to create dynamic spaces for debate and exchange between grassroot activists, politicians, community groups, unionists and interested persons to address social movement’s most pressing issues.
Tensions grow among states possessing nuclear weapons while the collapse of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty brings Europe closer to another Cold War. In these alarming circumstances, transform! europe supports this international meeting to discuss the current situation and the way to a nuclearweapons-free Europe.
transform! europe participates at the biggest left festival in Austria, the Volksstimmefest. Reaching back until 1946, this annual festival hosts a variety of left political groups, discussions, lectures as well as sports and cultural events, including music on three stages and stands with international food and drinks.
Once a year the Party of the European Left and transform! europe organize the Summer University that gathers activists, members of parties and social movements for a multi-day debate on current political and social issues. This year's summeruni will take place in Fiuggi, Italy.
Supported by transform! europe, the Balkan Society for Theorie and Practice (BSTP) aims to gather international and local scholars, activists and artists to critically discuss nationalism in the context of Kosovo, specifically, and Eastern Europe, generally.
The new political conditions in the aftermath of the European elections. Which is the new balance of political forces that is being shaped? Which political divisions and conflicts became visible? What are the consequences for the radical left?