The idea of an international marxist-feminist conference was originally brought into being, and was since then continuously organized, by the feminist section of the Institut of Critical Theory (Inkrit) around the German sociologist and philosopher Frigga Haug. It was held in Berlin for the first...
The new weekly webinar series, organized by transform! europe together with Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Brussels and New York Offices, focused on developing internationalist visions for Green New Deal(s) that will work for the whole planet in the post-Covid era.
Due to the times of confinement we are living, this years' edition of DESOBEDOC – co-organised by transform! europe and Bloco de Esquerda (Portugal) – had to be postponed. Nevertheless, DESOBEDOC international film festival will still celebrate soon, adapted to pandemic times.
To share analysis, experiences, and alternatives in the face of growing health, social, economic, political, and environmental crises and to engage in national, continental, and worldwide discussions about the challenges we are facing, transform! europe supports the Global Dialogue for Systemic Change. We invite you to join in this process!
Κaterina Anastasiou, transform! europe, discussed with the Director of Amnesty International Greece and the activist of the civil society rescue mission Mediterranea:saving humans, on the current life-threatening situation for refugees and migrants in Greece. Watch the full webinar.
This to notify you that we have had to cancel the Transform conference on Saturday 14 March due to severe restrictions on meetings and generally imposed by the Danish Prime Minister due to the Corona virus.
The topics of the conference are needed to discuss. We seek to organize alternative public meetings, info and debate.
The common goods' point of view seems to us to be a particularly useful and profitable point of view for understanding the crisis of the pandemic, both on the health and on the economic and social aspect.
On the occasion of the symposium The Middle East at Historical Crossroads, organised by transform! europe, the exhibition What About Democracy Today? brings together 30 artists from Israel and Palestine, raising questions about the contemporary state and understanding of democracy in the region and the world.