• Report
  • A Day That Changed Not Only Graz

  • By Michael Graber | 29 Sep 21
  • For the first time since 1945 in a large Austrian city, the second largest in the country with about 300,000 inhabitants, the bourgeois candidate was voted out in favour of a Communist. Long-time mayor Siegfried Nagl (ÖVP – conservative) suffered heavy losses, while the KPÖ under city councilwoman Elke Kahr came out in first place.
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Upcoming Events

Art in Public – Colours of a Journey

Paintings and illustrations by refugee and migrant children

Against the backdrop of growing political, economic, and environmental insecurities, millions are forced to leave their homes and embark upon a dangerous and often life-threatening journey to Europe. The thousands of children among them are the most vulnerable ones. These fragile and sincere witnesses/makers of history visualized and drew their past, present, and future.
To give these paintings the attention they deserve, the activists and researchers of the Colours of a Journey-team decided to elevate them into a fully-fledged art exhibition that takes place as an intervention in public spaces. See the drawings and learn more about the project at

This project is facilitated by transform! europe, change4all, Euroculture Network, SOSRacism Portugal and ARCI.

The Carbon Clock is Ticking

created by the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC), based on the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming.

On the connection between climate crisis, the pandemic and capitalism we recommend:
Roland Kulke: The Pandemic as Part of a Much Broader Crisis of Civilisation

  • transform! europe Podcasts

  • 23 Nov 20
  • transform! europe's online interview series "The Left Reflects" with Luciana Castellina, Alex Demirović, Nancy Fraser, Leo Panitch, Gayatri Spivak, and Hilary Wainwright now available as podcast – in cooperation with Austrian left-wing platform Mosaik.
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    transform! europe‘s 2021 Yearbook, Capitalism's Deadly Threat, focusing on capitalism's devastating impact on the world ecosystem as well as the concomitant economic crisis.

  • This volume reviews the full breadth of discussions around the left project from 2010 to 2020, tracking developments within the left across Europe – edited by Amieke Bouma and transform! europe's Cornelia Hildebrandt and Danai Koltsida.