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  • Commemoration of Frantz Fanon

  • Chantal Delmas | 22 Dec 11
  • On the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of his Death. This event, organised at the University of French Guiana, by the Frantz Fanon Circle in Martinique and in cooperation with transform! europe and Espaces Marx, brought together 40 speakers from the entire world (Japan, Bolivia, Colombia, the...
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  • About Labour and the Left

  • 22 Dec 11
  • The seminar about labour staged by Espaces Marx in Paris, on 18 November, brought together during the whole day, some fifty trade unionists, researchers and political activists. There was a broad consensus on the decisive place occupied by work in our lives, as well as on the transformations...
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  • Working Group transform! Brussels 2011 Conference

  • 22 Dec 11
  • On 9 December 2011 the transform! Brussels Working Group organised a conference on “Radical Perspectives on European Union Studies”. The conference aimed to complete the first year of work of the Working Group and to complement the conference organised on 8-9 December by transform! europe in the...
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  • Report: Joint Social Conference Romania

  • Petre Damo | 22 Nov 11
  • The 2nd Edition of the Joint Social Conference in Romania was organized by the AD FSR together with CSDR TU Confederation, SIPA ‘Muntenia’ TU of Arges County and FSLI TU Federation on the 22nd of October 2011 in Bucharest as part of the enlargement of the European Joint Social Conference process....
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  • 3 Short Perspectives on the EU Economic Crisis

  • 21 Oct 11
  • Andy Storey (University College Dublin), Dominique Plihon (Attac France) and Hilary Wainwright (Transnational Institute) share their perspectives on the EU economic crisis as it unravels in Ireland and France, and its impact on labour (Interviewed in Brussels, 11/12 October 2011). Andy Storey ......
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  • World Wealth Report and other Exciting News

  • Francine Mestrum | 19 Oct 11
  • On October 15, inspired by the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement, the ‘indignants’ took to the streets in 951 cities in 82 countries from Asia to Europe, Africa and the Americas. They had good reasons to do so. According to the latest ‘World Wealth report’ the wealth of the 10,9 million world’s ‘high...
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