International Conference with the participation of politicians, writers, social scientists from all over Latin America and Europe to discuss constituent processes, the emergence of fascism, art and politics, plurinationality, geopolitics, climate crisis and fake news, among other topics.
Find here an overview on the workshops on various topical issues in the framework of the European Forum 2021, a unique space where the left, greens and progressives can come together and discuss on ways to built another future for Europe.
This workshop will provide an overview of a study on the socio-economic, political and cultural dimensions of the EU periphery, designed by transform! europe in collaboration with the Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation. The workshop will focus on the political impact of the EU's core-periphery divide.
transform! europe, Agora of the Inhabitants of the Earth, the Party of the European Left, and the Move Up network present an atelier on the Other Agenda. The atelier focuses on an alternative to what the powerful promote, starting from the question of knowledge and technology.
The Left in the European Parliament brings together activists, scientists and progressive politicians from all over Europe to discuss ways to fight for climate justice after the unambitious climate summit in Glasgow.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE), transform! europe's Co-President Marga Ferré participates in the conference, organised by the PCE together with the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).
The conference provides theoretical debates, case studies based on examples of struggle and resistance, as well as a plenary seccion on the Thirteen Theses of Marxism-Feminism with Frigga Haug and other Marxist feminists. Watch here the full recordings.
As part of the COP26 Coalition, transform! europe co-organises discussions in the framework of the COP26 People's Summit For Climate Justice. Bringing together the climate justice movement to discuss, learn and strategise for system change.
The Communal Forum intends to share experiences regarding local left solutions to housing and issues of mobility. To this end, it will gather city councillors and experts from all over Europe to build a network and discuss a path to better cities for tomorrow, looking at both social issues and the struggle against climate change.