Twenty civil society organisations from the Western Balkans, including two members of the transform! network, are calling for labour rights to be included in the Berlin Process. Read more about this initiative and the Manifesto for Decent Work in the Western Balkans, both issued by participants at the recent Regional Conference on Decent Work in the Western Balkans in Durres, Albania.
The Polish parliamentary elections, held on 15 October, have resulted in a temporary political stalemate, with no political party able to form a majority government. The elections were once again dominated by two political blocs from the right: the Law and Justice party (PiS) and Citizens’ Coalition (KO). For the third elections in a row,
On October 8th and 15th, the two rounds of the municipal and regional elections took place in Greece. SYRIZA entered this battle already wounded by its defeats in the double national elections a few months ago, even though local elections are considered a privileged field for the forces of the Left. At the same time,
Over the years the Left has faced the state in various theoretical ways that have produced different political approaches. On September 22 and 23, the network of European political institutes transform! europe, in cooperation with the Nikos Poulantzas Institute, organised an international conference entitled: Facing the State: Left Analyses and Perspectives. At the Sputnik Multipurpose