At this conference, The European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) will present its proposals for the Recommendation on Minimum Income Schemes to the Council and ensure that the voices of people experiencing poverty are given a central role in the European debate on minimum income.
Die Zwischenkriegszeit, bis zur Übernahme der Macht durch die Dollfuß Regierung 1932, war eine selten fruchtbare Zeit für die sozialistische intellektuelle und künstlerische Bewegung in Österreich. Im Rahmen der Veranstaltung werden drei Referenzbücher zum Austromarxismus und Sozialismus in der Zwischenkriegszeit in Österreich präsentiert.
This conference brings together activists and experts from Europe and beyond to plan the most effective ways of challenging the far right. We will share experiences, analyses and strategies for mobilisation and action.
While calling for peace in Ukraine, this webinar focuses on the responses and implications in the Asia-Pacific. We will look at how states, civil society, and peace movements of Asia-Pacific have reacted to the war and discuss on the role peace movements can play for a lasting peace.
This is the first edition of the webinar series “Resisting the normalization of Pushbacks”. We will discuss different cases of legal litigation against documented pushbacks all across Europe and explore the strategic importance of documentation and legal mitigation for stopping these inhumane practices.
The onset of the global pandemic radically challenged the world of work. Lockdowns and other public health policies re-segmented labour markets, reallocated rights and reinforced privileges. Homework exploded, all while workers deemed “essential” kept on risking their health in services, care,...
As energy prices soar, millions across Europe are at risk of energy poverty, a political issue burdening citizens with the choice of heating their homes or having food on the table. The time to act is now because having access to clean, affordable energy is a human right!
This conference will tackle fundamental questions of how, by whom, and to what end ecosocialist initiatives positions can and should be buttressed to be able to stand a chance in the face of today's historical tasks. Join us!
In this webinar we discuss the particular experience of democratic self-government of migration that has developed in Riace (Calabria), an interesting case study for understanding the evolution of the migration phenomenon in Italy.
We will discuss the prospects of Just Transition and climate jobs as seen from the Global South, the similarities and differences between Just Transition and Climate Justice and, finally, we will look critically at shutdowns of power plants that have already been carried out in Portugal.
The ENAM and the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung present a central archive of constantly updated data in order to build on and contribute to the existing monitoring done by antifascist groups at the local, regional or national level and to strengthen the capacities of antifascists groups - from local initiatives to left parties.
The pandemic situation has bluntly exposed the "care crisis" at the national and international level. However, for several decades, the combination of demographic, political and social dynamics has been transforming care provision and expanding the market for domestic and care services, maintaining...