In this Webinar Series, Dialop and transform! europe explore the common ground and the differences between Christian and Marxist approaches to peace ethics. The third webinar has the title: Can arts, science and religion redeem us and be ferments of peace? Applications today. Join us!
Why is the Good Friday Agreement still relevant to the left in Europe today? What can we learn from this peace process and the search for compromise in changing circumstances? These and other questions will be discussed in this webinar organised by transform! europe and the Rosa-Luxemburg-Foundation.
Nous vous invitons à soumettre vos propositions d'interventions pour la conférence « 100 nuances d'UE : économie politique entre pandémie et guerre dans les périphéries de l'UE » qu'organise transform! europe en coopération avec la fondation Rosa-Luxemburg sur l'économie politique de l'UE examinée à partir de ses périphéries.
The collective "L'Exigence démocratique" invites you to a webinar with Giuseppe Cugnata on Wednesday 22nd March. The aim of this event is to examine how politicisation of the Left is structured by certain social characteristics.
In this Webinar Series, Dialop and transform! europe explore the common ground and the differences between Christian and Marxist approaches to peace ethics. The second webinar has the title: NO JUSTICE. NO PEACE - Visions of positive peace. Join us!
Les conférences internationales de transform!Danmark ont mis l’accent jusqu'à présent sur le besoin de transformation systémique face au changement climatique. Poursuivant dans cette voie, cette nouvelle conférence entend renforcer notre argumentaire et notre travail de construction d'alternatives politiques, économiques, sociales et écologiques.
How can the horror of the war in Ukraine be analysed without falling into simplifications? And what could an emancipatory politics possibly look like in the age of a global war regime? Raúl Sánchez Cedillo dares a critical advance beyond the usual discourse.
In The Left’s Trade Union conference in cooperation with TUNE (Trade Union’s Network) trade unionists from across Europe will report about workers’ actions and general strikes in France, Romania, UK and Belgium.
Hundreds of demonstrations, conferences and other activities to stop the war and build peace are taking place across Europe. See below for a list of Europe-wide peace initiatives on the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine.
One year after the beginning of the Ukraine war - the International Peace Bureau in cooperation with the Peace in Ukraine Coalition, Movement de la Paix, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and transform! europe hold an international webinar to bring together voices from different countries to discuss a lasting peace in Ukraine and the way towards it.
transform! europe participates in the Right to Energy Forum 2023 by co-hosting the online event "Avoiding False and Unjust Solutions". Our panel of experts discusses the political risks of governments getting the energy crisis wrong. Watch the recordings here!
The series of Dialogues and Readings organised by CSER (Centro Studi Emigrazione Roma), in collaboration with ASCS (Agenzia Scalabriniana per la Cooperatione Allo Svilupo), will resume on Wednesday 22 February with the presentation of the book "Sconfinate Frontiere" (Boundless Frontiers).
International experts will analyse Europe's role in building peace in Ukraine on Tuesday 21 February in the Mirador Theatre in Madrid, at the event "What can Europe do to build peace in Ukraine?" organised by the newspaper Público and the Fundación Espacio Público. Co-President of transform! europe, Marga Ferré will also participate in the debate.
20 years after the largest global demonstration in history (held on 15 February 2003 in Rome), peace and human rights activists from 5 continents come together and reinterpret current conflicts in the reality of world war.
In this Webinar Series, together with our partner organisation Dialop, we want to explore the common ground and differences between Christian and Marxist approaches to Peace Ethics. Join us for the first webinar!
To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Amílcar Cabral, this colloquium aims to discuss Cabral's political, theoretical, and cultural influence to evoke the legacies of the colonial war and the liberation struggles, and to analyse how this past still echoes in the contemporary challenges faced by Portuguese society.