• New Release
  • App Workers United. The Struggle for Rights in the Gig Economy

  • 05 Feb 21
  • A newly released study on the current situation of on-demand workers for platforms such as Uber or Deliveroo in Europe, commissioned by the Left group in the European Parliament. The study includes an analysis of the various strategies used to combat the social model imposed on platform workers, both by platform workers and trade unions.
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Upcoming Events

  • Film Presentation and Debate
  • Our Bodies – Our Choice – Our Decisions

  • 04 Březen 2021 - 04 Březen 2021 |  
  • On the occasion of the International Women's Day on 8 March, organised by transform! europe and the Polish Naprzód Foundation, this webinar brings together feminist activists to discuss the current struggle of Polish women and to reflect on the victorious pro-choice campaigns for accessible, free and safe abortion in Ireland and Argentina.
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The Project of a Marxist Feminist International

Co-organised by transform! europe, this webinar is dedicated to reflecting on the growing Marxist feminist project, its possibilities and practices, as well as on its future working methods, activities and priorities. With the participation of Frigga Haug, Heidemarie Ambrosch, Nora Räthzel, Diana Mulinari and Jule Goikoetxea.

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's 2020 yearbook explores the future of Europe in the emerging multipolar world. What is the impact of the global crisis of hegemony? What is at stake for democracy and labour and what opportunities are opening up for political and social subjects in the era of digital capitalism? Can art and history still provide some answers? Yearbook as eBook soon to be available.

  • The Slovenian Institute 8th March, supported by transform! europe, presents this collection of two sets of life stories: The first one was part of a cam­paign for workers’ rights, carried out before the pandemic, the second one is dedicated to the...

  • “This economy kills”, Pope Francis wrote 2013 in his encyclical Evangeli Gaudium, opening thus the door for a dialogue between Catholic Christians and socialists of Marxist orientation.


New social actors pose new challenges to organisational structures for political action.