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  • A Credible Alternative Project For The Left
  • The Concept of ‘The Common’

  • Roberto Morea | 08 Aug 18
  • For some years, transform! europe is promoting a research project, networking and exchange of experiences on common goods and proposing a discussion on the political level. A working group meeting was held at the summer uni of EL and transform! in Vienna. Read the result of the discussion, which, hopefully, can open a wider debate and participation
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  • Call for Donations for the Victims
  • Tragic Wildfires in Greece

  • 07 Aug 18
  • Dear friends of the Greek people, Brothers and sisters in struggle, In the aftermath of the tragic wildfires in the Region of Attiki, the Greek Government has opened a bank account, in order to collect donations for the relief of the victims. The account will be managed by an intergroup...
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  • Study Trip Report
  • History of the Greek Left 1941-1949

  • 20 Jul 18
  • In February 2018 the Austrian Association for the Critical Teaching of History ‘present:history’, along with transform!europe, organised a history tour to Greece to study modern history and the current political situation.
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  • Porto, 17th July 2018 - João Semedo, former co-leader of Bloco de Esquerda, died after some years fighting cancer.
  • Death of João Semedo, former co-leader of Bloco de Esquerda (Portugal)

  • 18 Jul 18
  • He has been a communist militant against fascist dictatorship, he defended the renovation of PCP and he found in Left Bloc the space for intervention able to change Portuguese politics. " I had the life I have chosen, the life I wanted to live, nothing to regret on things that really matter", said...
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  • Elections in Turkey
  • We Are In Minority Again

  • Hayri Kozanoğlu | 11 Jul 18
  • In the night of June 24, the sentence which my mother makes after every election we lose, ‘’we are in the minority again’’, echoed in my ears. My father, who was a fanatic supporter of Republican People Party (CHP), which is the main opposition party of Turkey currently, could not be able to recover...
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  • The Variable Geometry of the Left

  • Walter Baier | 06 Jul 18
  • Despite moderate growth rates, the EU isn’t well. While the social disparities within and between the individual states continue to grow, it has opted for an increase of its military expenditures and tries to make up its obvious lack of internal cohesion with an ever more aggressive policy against migrants and refugees.
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  • EU And East-Europeans. Czech Republic As An Example
  • From Love To Hate

  • Viera Hudečková | 06 Jul 18
  • An article by Viera Hudečková based on an intervention made at The International Conference “Another EU is necessary and possible” organised by the Party of the European Left on the 12th of May 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria.
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  • An Internationalist Answer

  • 25 Jun 18
  • Speech by Gregor Gysi, President of the European Left, held at the Federal Party Congress in Leipzig, 9 June 2018, on the dispute on refugees and migration.
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  • Manifest to the People of Brazil

  • Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva | 14 Jun 18
  • For two months now, I have been unjustly incarcerated without having committed any crime. For two months I have been unable to travel the country I love, bringing the message of hope of a better and more just Brazil, with opportunities for all, as I always did during 45 years of public life.
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  • Michael Köhlmeier Speech in Vienna
  • “We Have to Call a Spade a Spade!”

  • 09 May 18
  • Speech by the Austrian writer Michael Köhlmeier, held on 5 May before members of the Austrian government and other invited guests on the occasion of the anniversary of the liberation of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
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  • A spectre is haunting Europe, the spectre of neoliberal deregulation, privatisation and competition
  • The French Case: Macron vs. Railway Unions

  • Antoine de Cabanes | 02 May 18
  • Emmanuel Macron is confronted with the strongest social mobilisations in France since his election. Even though these mobilisations are heterogeneous and gather a large variety of struggles, they were originally triggered by Macron’s rail reform which embodies the President’s harsh neoliberal agenda.
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