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  1. Our Future at Stake: The Corporate Capture of Multilateralism

    19 January 2022

    The Round Table, Our Future at Stake: The Corporate Capture of Multilateralism aims not only to address the Davos agenda of multistakeholderism but to initiate a dynamic exchange and contribute to building a dialogue between concerned social movements, affected sectors and governments.

  2. The New Constitution in Chile - the rights of care workers, the right to be cared for, toward a feminist national care system

    16 December 2021

    The demands for the rights of caretakers and the right to be taken care of cannot be looked at outside of the feminist agenda. The seminar will address the feminization of caretaking from a feminist and economic point of view, emphasizing the door that the Chilean constitutional process is opening.

  3. China and the world webinar series

    10 November 2021

    China’s rise in the last three decades has reshaped the global economy and politics. For activists and movements committed to social and environment justice, what are the implications for our struggles for systemic change? Join a unique six week free introductory webinar series to deepen your learning and inform your activism.

  4. The New Constitution in Chile - Taking back control of water as a public good

    28 October 2021

    The unprecedented popular uprising in October 2019 led to a plebiscite a year later that showed more than 80 per cent of the Chilean population wanted to bury Augusto Pinochet’s 1980 Constitution, marking a milestone in the country. The Constitutional Convention voted in by popular vote has been given the responsibility of writing a new set of rules for the country.

  5. Enough is enough: the future is public - Reclaiming public services for a just recovery

    26 October 2021

    Join us for a unique and dynamic online discussion on 26 October 2021 bringing together seven global and regional human rights experts to reflect on the crucial role of public services in building a more sustainable, inclusive, socially-just, and resilient economy and society. 

    Interpretations - English, French and Spanish. 

  6. Decoloniality and Eastern Europe

    04 November 2021

    This webinar will explore the dynamics and the strategies that have emerged on the left to address decoloniality in the region.

  7. Producing knowledge from the left in Eastern Europe

    21 October 2021

    Understanding Eastern Europe's postsocialist situation from a left perspective has been a major challenge for left politics in the region in recent decades. This webinar will bring together speakers from organizations who produce knowledge from the left in Eastern Europe, to discuss how they address this challenge: what organizational models they use to resist academic, political and market pressures, and how they combine the task of analysis with that of organizing and building social power.

  8. Beyond the ‘China threat’: Chinese investments in Eastern Europe and the reorganisation of global capitalism

    14 October 2021

    This is the second webinar of a four part series called 30 years into the ‘transition’: East European New Left Perspectives. This second webinar explored Eastern Europe's entanglement into Chinese capital.

  9. Class, geopolitics and "civil society" in post-Soviet political protests

    23 September 2021

    Organized around a new collection of analyses by a new generation of left thinkers in the region, this webinar is the first in a series of four that will bring to the limelight East European left perspectives.

  10. How to stop the displacement of millions caused by European arms exports

    28 September 2021

    Our groundbreaking report ‘Smoking Guns’ found that European arms exports have contributed to the displacement of at least 1.1 million people. Our research joined the dots between Europe’s arms exports, forced displacement and migration.

  11. The War on Drugs and the denial of indigenous rights

    09 August 2021

    As a colonial construct, the global drug control regime has undermined the rights of indigenous peoples (including the right to self determination, and to practice and revitalize their cultural traditions and customs), obliging all states to abolish traditional uses of coca, cannabis and opium by means of crop eradication and drug law enforcement.

  12. Fearless and Transformative Cities: Housing Stories from the Ground

    08 July 2021

    Join our thought-provoking discussion on July 8 with four finalists and winners of the Transformative Cities People‘s Choice Award from bottom-up initiatives that fight for the right  to housing!

  13. The Right to the City and the UN Binding Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Human Rights

    23 June 2021

    This event brought together representatives of local authorities and community organizations from the Global South and North in order to highlight the impacts of transnational corporations at a local level and the possibilities presented by approving an UN Binding Treaty from a Right to the City perspective.

  14. Revolutionary rehearsals: Rhythms of resistance in North Africa

    24 June 2021

    The webinar Revolutionary Rehearsals: Rhythms of Resistance in North Africa took a closer look at Algeria, Morocco, Sudan and Western Sahara with the in-depth expertise of our speakers.

  15. The New EU-Mexico agreement: All that glitters is not gold

    25 May 2021

    This Webinar aims to open a dialogue among European and Mexican members of Parliament and civil society to promote a collective reflection on the main challenges the new agreement presents for human rights and the environment.

  16. Global food regimes and China - Agrarian Conversations episode 2

    28 April 2021

    This is a recording of the second episode in Agrarian Conversations webinar series on "Global food regimes and China".

  17. Counterrevolution and Revolutionary discontent: Syria, Libya, Yemen & Bahrain

    16 April 2021

    The second webinar in our series: The Arab uprisings a decade on. This episode takes a closer look at Syria, Libya, Yemen & Bahrain with the in-depth expertise of our speakers.

  18. Online course: Unpacking the Energy Charter Treaty

    15 April 2021

    Join our 5-week online course for activists, trade unionists, policy-makers and journalists, to understand what makes the ECT dangerous, how the treaty is expanding and greenwashing its record, and what we can do about it.

  19. Remunicipalisation: Global Report and Database Launch

    26 February 2021

    This webinar will launch the Public Futures database and a global report on the state of remunicipalisation.

  20. The Arab uprisings a decade on: Egypt and Tunisia

    05 February 2021

    This webinar is the first of a series - each with a different focus and angle -and will focus on Tunisia and Egypt, the birthplace of the magnificent revolts. The aim is to revisit these historical moments with some of the finest scholar-activists, participants and witnesses from those very contexts.

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