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  • Diary of a Pandemic Shop Steward

  • By Joseph Healy | 04 Aug 20
  • After the death of my colleague and friend, I became the main trade union representative at my workplace, a small charity helping disabled people in Lambeth (London). As many other union activists across Europe, I am now involved in the struggle of workers to a safe workplace…
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transform! europe's series Meeting the Left – a series of web interviews with leading personalities of parties of the European left – to be continued in September.

The Corona-virus has hit the EU unprepared, but in different ways and with different effects depending on the countries. Most tragic were the effects on those countries whose healthcare and social systems have been emaciated by decades of austerity policies. Thus, the pandemic has increased inequalities not only inside the states but also between the Member States of the EU. This presents the parties of the radical left with a challenge and calls for a re-examination of their strategies.



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    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?


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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.