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  • 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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  • Pictures from Parliamentary Elections
  • Slovak Left at the Crossroads

  • By Artur Bekmatov | 03 Dec 20
  • The parliamentary elections in March 2020 have redrawn the political map of Slovakia. It will undoubtedly have an impact on the left spectrum as well. What is the current state of the Slovak left and what are the challenges?
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  • Global health
  • The First "res publica" of Humanity?

  • By Riccardo Petrella | 30 Nov 20
  • The UN General Assembly has convened a Special Session on the Covid-19 pandemic at the level of Heads of State and Government on 3 and 4 December next. It took more than a year of discussions to overcome the opposition of certain states, notably the United States of former President Donald Trump.
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Some insights from the OPEN BORDER CONFERENCE: Creating Shared Spaces of Struggle

Supported by transform! europe, the OPEN BORDER CONFERENCE took place in Vienna in the context of the Wienwoche festival for art and activism 2020.



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



NEW RELEASE

    transform! europe's 2020 yearbook explores the future of Europe in the emerging multipolar world. What is the impact of the global crisis of hegemony? What is at stake for democracy and labour and what opportunities are opening up for political and social subjects in the era of digital capitalism? Can art and history still provide some answers? Yearbook as eBook soon to be available.


  • Coping with the consequences of the Corona crisis makes a socio-ecological transformation even more urgent. A look back at the New Deal of the 1930s is useful as inspiration for this. Not just at what was done, but primarily at how it was set in...


  • Basque researcher Júlia Martí Comas presents a critical review from an ecofeminist point of view of the DiEM25 proposal The Green New Deal for Europe, and Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal, presented...




FOCUS

The existential crisis in which the EU finds itself in the wake of the Corona crisis is revealing its structural flaws. We must think the EU differently. In this research programme we want to create a space in which the different strategic approaches of various left forces, parties, social movements and trade unions will be discussed.