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Upcoming Events


  • Launch of the European Network of Antifascist Monitoring (ENAM)

  • 19 January 2022 - 19 January 2022 |   online
  • The ENAM and the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung present a central archive of constantly updated data in order to build on and contribute to the existing monitoring done by antifascist groups at the local, regional or national level and to strengthen the capacities of antifascists groups - from local initiatives to left parties.
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Energy is a right. Power to the People!

It’s time for concrete answers to the energy price crisis.
Market liberalisation is the problem, not the solution.
People and the planet cannot depend on a handful of power producers who only defend their profits.

by the Left in the European Parliament


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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NEW RELEASE

  • In this publication, the authors present a multidisciplinary analysis of the case of Riace and the broader context of Italian migration policies.

  • This paper provides an analysis of the objectives of the Conference on the Future of Europe, conducted by Pedro Chaves Giraldo, lecturer, political scientist and coordinator of the Spanish edition of Le Monde diplomatique.

  • The present survey on the Party of the European Left (EL) is based on the answers given to the questionnaire by the delegates to the 6th Congress of the Party of the European Left (EL), held in Málaga between 13 and 15 December 2019.