• Report
  • The Victims on Europe’s Eastern Borders

  • Gavin Rae | 21 Oct 21
  • A humanitarian emergency is once again developing on the European Union’s borders: Refugees find themselves trapped between Poland and Belarus as Polish government takes increasingly aggressive action and even declared the state of emergeny in two of its regions.
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Upcoming Events

  • Communal Forum
  • Cities for Future

  • 22 Říjen 2021 - 24 Říjen 2021 |   Vienna
  • 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.
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The Upcoming Marxist-Feminist Conference

The IV. International Marxist-Feminist Conference will be held online on the 11, 12 and 13  November.

Among the keynote speakers are: Tithi Bhattacharya, Lorena Cabnal, Ochy Curiel, Christine Delphy, Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, Elsa Dorlin, Silvia Federici, Nancy Fraser, Frigga Haug, and Danièle Kergoat.

For further information, click here

The Carbon Clock is Ticking

created by the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC), based on the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming.

On the connection between climate crisis, the pandemic and capitalism we recommend:
Roland Kulke: The Pandemic as Part of a Much Broader Crisis of Civilisation

  • transform! europe Podcasts

  • 23 Nov 20
  • transform! europe's online interview series "The Left Reflects" with Luciana Castellina, Alex Demirović, Nancy Fraser, Leo Panitch, Gayatri Spivak, and Hilary Wainwright now available as podcast – in cooperation with Austrian left-wing platform Mosaik.
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    transform! europe‘s 2021 Yearbook, Capitalism's Deadly Threat, focusing on capitalism's devastating impact on the world ecosystem as well as the concomitant economic crisis.

  • This volume reviews the full breadth of discussions around the left project from 2010 to 2020, tracking developments within the left across Europe – edited by Amieke Bouma and transform! europe's Cornelia Hildebrandt and Danai Koltsida.