The focus of the upcoming Summer School 2018 in Syros, Greece will be – in keeping with our motto ‘See – Judge – Act’ – on exchanging Marxist and Christian positions on crucial social issues, like democracy, Europe, common goods, and dialogue.
Feminist scholarship has increasingly returned to focus on capitalism for an exploration of how gender regimes operate globally. Both scholarly work and activist knowledge production show a revitalization of the tradition of Marxist-Feminist thought through a critical dialogue with indigenous,...
Seit 2005 treffen Aktivist_innen, Parteimitglieder und Mitglieder sozialer Bewegungen aus ganz Europa und darüber hinaus im Rahmen der Sommeruniversität zusammen, um gemeinsam Ideen für ein alternatives Europa zu entwickeln. Die Sommeruniversitäten werden von transform! europe und der Partei der Europäischen Linken gemeinsam organisiert.
The annual strategic seminar of transform! europe and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation focuses on the political actors of the radical left in Europe and their ability to provide programmatic and strategic answers to current challenges, to build alternatives and to further develop forms of political organization.
During the recent decades, we have seen how Latin American countries like Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia, or Colombia contributed to new forms of broad regional cooperation and integration among diverse actors both in economic and political level.
On occasion of the release of the transform! Yearbook 2018, a debate is organized by transform! europe and Society for European Dialogue (SPED) in cooperation with Social Science Club and Centrum for Regional Synergies.
The workshop – formed around the “Colours of Journey” platform – hopes to strengthen a dialogue between researchers and practitioners who work with children on the move and on questions of migration and mobility, visuality and memory.
An Assembly of Resistances (AoR) for CEE countries will be held in Budapest, from 2 to 4 March 2018. It stands in the positive tradition of the World and European Social Forum: to bring people, movements, organisations together who want to fight against neoliberalism, oppression, environmental desasters, militarism, racism. The main goal is to ACT.
The exhibition focuses on the “status of women” issue among Middle Eastern women in general, and among women in Israel, women in Palestinian society and on women that were raised in pluralist societies composed of secular, traditional and religious cultures.