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  1. Políticas de Drogas y Acuerdo de Paz

    14 June 2019 - Event

    Una reunión de mesa redonda que busca una actualización de la situación en Colombia referente al tema de las políticas de drogas y (la implementación de) el Acuerdo de Paz.

  2. Three Ways To Discipline Corporate Global Governors

    Harris Gleckman
    04 June 2019
    Multi-media

    No stakeholder-based global governance system comes close to matching the democratic legitimacy of a citizen-based and nation-state-based governance system, but there are ways global governance can and should be reformed.

  3. There Are no Nation-States, Only Corporate Global Governors

    Harris Gleckman
    04 June 2019
    Multi-media

    A new form of global governance is emerging in which corporations supersede states and voluntarism replaces accountability.

  4. Think Global Drink Local: Pub Quiz #4

    29 May 2019 - Event

    An exciting 4th edition of the Think Global Drink Local Pub Quiz.

  5. Venezuela: democratic solutions to the crisis

    06 June 2019 - Event

    Venezuela is passing through a period of acute political, economic and social chaos. Once one of the driving powers behind the new Latin American left, the economy has collapsed and there is a shortage of food and medicine.

    What structural or historical factors have caused the current situation? Is there a peaceful and democratic way out of the crisis?

  6. Think Global Drink Local: Third edition

    24 April 2019 - Event

    An exciting 3rd edition of the Think Global Drink Local Pub Quiz, at the beautiful Brouwerij Poesiat & Kater.

  7. Refreshing Ideas: A just transition to energy democracy

    16 May 2019 - Event

    Transnational Institute researchers give you a some insights into their work with a Q&A session. Lavinia Steinfort on how cities, communities and countries can reclaim and transform the energy economy from the bottom up.

  8. Refreshing Ideas: International peasant struggles

    18 April 2019 - Event

    Transnational Institute researchers give you a some insights into their work with a Q&A session. Sylvia Kay about the role of peasants and small scale food producers in the 21st century.

  9. Brazil: The need for a Binding Treaty to hold multinationals accountable for their crimes

    20 March 2019 - Event

    An eyewitness report from Vale corporate crimes in Brazil.

  10. Project Protest x Venezuela: What’s the real story?

    27 March 2019 - Event

    The Venezuelan economy has halved since 2013. Amidst a deep economic crisis, there have been clashes between government and opposition forces and the recent power-struggle has escalated internationally, with multiple Western states introducing extensive economic sanctions. As the propaganda war reaches its peak, we have invited experts to answer some of the most pressing questions.

  11. Think Global Drink Local: Second edition

    20 March 2019 - Event

    After the success of the last edition we are undertaking the 2nd edition of the Think Global Drink Local Pub Quiz. This time with live music!

  12. Think Global Drink Local: Pub Quiz & Dance Party

    31 January 2019 - Event

    Fundraiser for the Transnational Institute.

  13. Brazil: what does the Bolsonaro presidency mean for social movements in Latin America?

    21 January 2019 - Event

    Now that Bolsonaro has been sworn into office, we would like to invite you to join our discussion on what this means for social movements in Latin America and beyond. How does Brazil’s turn to the far right effect the rest of the world? What does it mean for people fighting for social justice, and what kind of solidarity is needed?

  14. Film: Opium Farmer

    Myanmar Opium Farmers Forum (MOFF)
    17 December 2018
    Multi-media

    For most farmers and their families, opium cultivation is a means of survival, especially in the context poverty, insecurity, and repression. This film sensitively portrays the lives of two opium farming families in Myanmar and sheds light on their plight.

  15. Transformative Cities: Crisis and Opportunity

    Laura Flanders
    29 November 2018
    Multi-media

    Cities accumulate capital, people, aspirations, and power. But, whose power? Whose aspirations? How can we find in the city a place of possibility? Laura Flanders introduces TNI's Transformative Cities programme in Amsterdam during June 2018.

  16. Permanent Peoples' Tribunal: Hostile Environment on Trial

    03 November 2018 - Event

    The Permanent People’s Tribunal (PPT) is an international public tribunal and in November 2018 it is coming to London.

  17. Myanmar Opium Farmers Forum at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs in October 2018

    Myanmar Opium Farmers Forum (MOFF)
    30 October 2018
    Multi-media

    The voice of communities involved in illicit cultivation had long been excluded from policymaking platforms. However, thanks to growing networks such as the Myanmar Opium Farmers Forum, more and more farmers have gained more space to provide input to drug policy discussions at the UN level.

  18. Video: War on dissent

    30 October 2018
    Multi-media

    A short film by Netpol, made with support from the Transnational Institute and filmmaker Jason Parkinson, on the shrinking space for protest in the UK.

  19. Fair, Clean and Democratic Energy: mPOWER meets Municipalize Europe!

    06 November 2018 - Event

    In a Europe governed in the interests of the few, where the far right is on the rise, towns and cities are building new ways to do politics and defend the common good from the bottom up. In Spain, 'cities of change' are combating speculation and defending the right to housing. In Italy, local governments are creating new legal mechanisms to protect the urban commons, and cities across Europe are taking energy and water delivery back into public hands after failed privatisations. Municipalism is transforming Europe from the bottom up.

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