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  • transform! europe Podcasts

  • 19 Nov 20
  • As humanity faces the Covid-19 pandemic, the left internationally must address this crisis with both short and long term action, analysis, and planning. There can be no going back to the vicious circle of austerity and poverty. The radical left has to pose alternatives to reinvent socialist...
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  • The Hussite Town Tábor

  • Par Jiří Silný | 13 Nov 20
  • Even though a society based on human dignity, ensuring a fair share of wealth and participation for everyone on matters concerning community has not yet been achieved, this Southern Bohemian town, founded 600 years ago, became an interesting example of the complexity and tenacity of this struggle.
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  • Announcement
  • 'WATCH OUT' – A New Anti-Fascist Educational Initiative Online

  • 09 Nov 20
  • On the occasion of the International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism (9 November, the anniversary of the November pogrom 1938), the Polish ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association announces the launch of the online educational initiative ‘Watch Out’, conzeptualized by the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association and the Forward Foundation, supported by transform! europe.
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  • Commentary
  • Jeremy Corbyn is suspended from the Labour Party!

  • Par Hilary Wainwright | 02 Nov 20
  • In the face of misreadings or wilful distortions of Corbyn’s response to the EHRC’s report on anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, Hilary Wainwright sets out the accurate facts and argues that to implement the EHRC’s recommendations in a concerted manner and to be a united alternative to a Tory government, Corbyn’s suspension must be lifted.
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  • Interview
  • Czech communist party set for shake-up

  • 29 Oct 20
  • KSČM politician Jiří Dolejš on the crisis facing the Czech left and his party’s renewal after the October regional elections. Dolejš is one of the protagonists in the debate on the party‘s future orientation before the upcoming party congress, which will be held in the runup to next year’s parliamentary elections.
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  • Analyse
  • Les cendres vives du colonialisme portugais

  • Par Miguel Cardina | 20 Oct 20
  • Lisbonne, novembre 2017 : le Premier ministre portugais António Costa prend la parole lors de la 9e édition du Web Summit, qui rassemble des milliers de participant·e·s chaque année pour le plus grand événement technologique au monde. En séance d'ouverture, Costa évoque l'explorateur portugais...
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