TOP NEWS




  • Announcement
  • "Lūžis" – New Left-Wing Magazine in Lithuania Out Now

  • 29 May 20
  • DEMOS Institute of Critical Thought, supported by transform! europe, has launched the first issue of its magazine Lūžis (Fracture). Lūžis is one of the rare left-wing magazines in Lithuania edited by progressive academics, political activists and trade unionists from Vilnius and Kaunas.
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  • Analysis
  • Does the EU Need ‘Coronabonds’?

  • By Erhard Crome | 05 May 20
  • In times of the coronavirus – just as in the 2008 financial crisis – the national state is again a central actor in Europe. Financial policy remains tied to the economic pecking order, with Germany at the very top. ‘Eurobonds’ are the key area of contention.
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Meeting the Left: Interview with Manon Aubry, Co-President of the GUE/NGL group



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?


  • Jens Holm invites the European Left to discuss the transition to sustainable transport: how can topics as diverse as the digital revolution, the climate crisis, the future of our cities and global value chains be integrated in one discussion?


  • Without the construction sector, there can be no productive transformation and no Socialist Green New Deal. In this ePaper Stephen Schindler shows why it is so important for the left to familiarize itself with the construction sector and to push it...


FOCUS

This concept of the Common is becoming increasingly meaningful to those who are struggling for a social transformation that coincides with ecological transition. transform! europe aims to support research on the forms of these struggles and their connection to the concept of the Commons.

Can right-wing parties with a nationalist and populist agenda come into power even in the core of the EU? Of which character is the challenge they are posing to the Left?

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.