Blog


  • Speech
  • Expanding Democratic Control

  • Por Stuart Fairweather | 14 Nov 21
  • Contribution to the seminar Expanding Democratic Control: Employment, Energy and Environment, organised by the Party of the European Left (7/11/2021) in the framework of the Peoples‘ Summit (COP26 Coalition).
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  • COP26
  • People and Nature vs. the UNFCCC: A People’s Tribunal

  • 13 Nov 21
  • On 7 November, in the framework of the Peoples' Summit during the Glasgow COP26, a jury found the UNFCCC guilty of several serious charges, including failing of address the root causes of climate change. Furthermore, the UNFCCC violated the UN Charter. Therefore the jury claims wide-ranging measures of redress for the peoples of the world.
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  • COP26
  • Glasgow Greenwashed? Left MEPs at COP26 for Systemic Change

  • 08 Nov 21
  • From 31 October, world leaders and experts will meet in Glasgow at the global climate talks, COP26. Over thirteen days, they will discuss and negotiate our future. While they bring their sponsors from big tech, big pharma and agribusiness, we’re getting organised to bring climate justice.
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  • Explainer
  • Acerca de las conversaciones mundiales sobre el clima de la COP26

  • 03 Nov 21
  • Los líderes mundiales y los expertos se reunirán en Glasgow en noviembre en las conversaciones mundiales sobre el clima, la COP26. Las decisiones que se tomen en la COP26 determinarán la respuesta (o no) de los gobiernos a la crisis climática. Una explicación de la Coalición COP26.
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  • Informe
  • Las víctimas en las fronteras orientales de Europa

  • Por Gavin Rae | 21 Oct 21
  • En las fronteras de la Unión Europea vuelve a producirse una emergencia humanitaria: los refugiados se encuentran atrapados entre Polonia y Bielorrusia mientras el gobierno polaco toma medidas cada vez más agresivas e incluso ha declarado el estado de emergencia en dos de sus regiones.
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  • Report
  • A Day That Changed Not Only Graz

  • Por Michael Graber | 29 Sep 21
  • For the first time since 1945 in a large Austrian city, the second largest in the country with about 300,000 inhabitants, the bourgeois candidate was voted out in favour of a Communist. Long-time mayor Siegfried Nagl (ÖVP – conservative) suffered heavy losses, while the KPÖ under city councilwoman Elke Kahr came out in first place.
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