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  • Report
  • 2019 Members‘ Meeting of transform! europe

  • Auteur Barbara Steiner | 06 Dec 19
  • In mid-September, representatives of member organisations, employees and guests met at our coordination office for our annual Members‘ Meeting. Almost 50 participants engaged in general political discussions and the Members adopted the organisation’s budget and working schedule for 2020.
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  • Statement
  • #LulaLivre: The Struggle for Justice in Brazil Makes Progress

  • 14 Nov 19
  • It is with joy that we followed live images of the release of Brazil’s former President Lula da Silva from incarceration. Lula’s imprisonment since April 2018 was the result of an unfair political process, part of an institutional coup that led to President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, to prevent...
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  • Lettre ouverte
  • Le respect de la mémoire historique en Europe

  • 09 Nov 19
  • Le conseil d'administration de transform! europe a rédigé la lettre ouverte suivante concernant la résolution « Importance de la mémoire européenne pour l'avenir de l'Europe » adoptée par la majorité du Parlement européen, – rejetée par le groupe GUE/NGL.
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  • Report
  • Municipal Elections in Hungary

  • Auteur Attila Vajnai | 30 Oct 19
  • Significant political changes in Hungary: In the larger cities, the fragmented opposition parties and civil organizations were able to increase their support due to the collaboration of different opposition factions. As a result of the disproportionate electoral system, in some places opposition was able to obtain a significant majority.
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  • Elections
  • Hope for Polish Left?!

  • Auteur Gavin Rae , Czesław Kulesza | 22 Oct 19
  • The 2019 Polish parliamentary elections were held on 13 October 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators of the Senate were elected. The ruling PiS win the elections, far-right enters the parliament, whilst the left returns to parliament.
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  • Conference Report
  • Is Nationalism Obsolete?

  • Auteur Jeta Mulaj | 21 Oct 19
  • Is nationalism capable of dealing with, or even addressing, the issues of our time? Dealing with this question, the Balkan Society for Theory and Practice (BSTP) – supported by transform! europe – held its second annual workshop in Prishtina, Kosovo.
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