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  1. Siobhán Airey

    Profile

    About Siobhán...

  2. A New Politics of Liberation

    Laura Flanders
    15 November 2017
    Multi-media

    A hundred years after the Russian Revolution of 1917 and almost ten years after the financial crisis, TNI brought together leading activists and researchers in South Africa to talk about alternatives to both soviet-style socialism and Wall Street style financial capitalism. This video produced by the Laura Flanders Show shares the voices and perspectives of those articulating an inspiring new politics.

  3. How Public Banks Can Help Finance a Green and Just Energy Transformation

    • Thomas Marois
    15 November 2017
    Paper

    Every day public banks are developing new and innovative ways of financing a green transformation. This issue brief explores the lessons from two public banks, one in Costa Rica  and the other in Germany.

  4. A message from different national groups towards the WFFP general assembly

    World Forum of Fisher Peoples
    15 November 2017
    Multi-media

    In preparation of the World Forum of Fisher People General Assembly.

  5. Refugees welcome grafitti

    Europe's offensive against people helping refugees

    Ben Hayes, Frank Barat
    09 November 2017
    Article

    Three years ago, EU leaders praised its citizens for their efforts to welcome refugees. Why are they now criminalising those who show solidarity?

  6. Traditional Fishers Photo by Geoff Arbourne

    Acuerdos pesqueros de la Unión Europea

    • Elyse Mills , Astrid Rinder Alexandersen, Mads Christian Barbesgaard, Carsten Pedersen, Zoe Brent, Timothé Feodoroff, Jennifer Franco
    09 November 2017
    Report

    Las comunidades que viven de la pesca a pequeña escala sufren por el aumento de la mundialización, la disminución de los recursos naturales, el cambio climático y la degradación medioambiental.

  7. Traditional Fishers Photo by Geoff Arbourne

    EU Fisheries Agreements

    • Elyse Mills , Astrid Rinder Alexandersen, Mads Christian Barbesgaard, Carsten Pedersen, Zoe Brent, Timothé Feodoroff, Jennifer Franco
    09 November 2017
    Report

    Small-scale fishing communities worldwide are suffering from the impacts of increased global trade in fish products, dwindling fish stocks, climate change, and environmental degradation.

  8. The European Left in times of crises: Lessons from Greece

    • Andreas Karitzis
    09 November 2017
    Book

    In the wake of an economic crisis, a left-wing government in Greece found itself at the centre of a maelstrom. The containment of popular sovereignty, the imposition of stringent austerity measures, and the authoritarian implementation of neoliberal reforms spurred widespread social and political antagonism. In this new book, Andreas Karitzis' observations aim to shape a new methodology of emancipatory politics and effective social mobilisation.

  9. tessa cerisier, eugenia lopez uribe, nomonde nyembe, FeministsForBindingTreaty

    The treaty on transnational corporations and human rights enters “negotiation mode”

    08 November 2017
    Article

    A treaty on transnational corporations (TNCs) and human rights moved a step closer during the latest meeting of the UN working group on human rights and transnational corporations, despite challenges from the EU and the US.

  10. Nick Buxton

    On climate chaos and militarism

    Nick Buxton, David Swanson
    08 November 2017
    Multi-media

    Nick Buxton discusses the dangers of embracing the military as allies in confronting climate change impacts with leading US peace activist David Swanson.

  11. Confronting authoritarian populism: challenges for agrarian studies

    Ian Scoones
    08 November 2017
    Article

    In this article, Ian Scoones discusses the implications and challenges for how we think about agrarian issues in the context of authoritarian populism.

  12. New Politics: Lessons from Greece

    09 November 2017 - Event

    Join us on the 9th of November at CREA for our third open debate on New Politics in Europe! After hosting two events on what we can learn from Spain (and Podemos), we will now continue the conversation by focusing on new political movements in Greece.

  13. Why does the UK Data Protection Bill exempt the ‘risk profiling’ industry?

    Ben Hayes, Ravi Naik
    31 October 2017
    Article

    Anyone trying to open a bank account or send money overseas must undergo extensive risk assessment by private data-brokers, which amass non-credible data and falsely blacklist the wrong people on a speculative basis.

  14. Young feminists: the future belongs to us, not transnational corporations

    Felogene Anumo
    31 October 2017
    Article

    This week in Geneva, members of a United Nations intergovernmental working group are discussing a long-awaited, legally binding treaty to regulate the human rights impacts of transnational corporations.

  15. Mali image by Geogg Arbourne

    Rapport de pays sur le Mali:

    28 October 2017
    Report

    Ces dernières années, les communautés sont confrontées de plus en plus aux accaparements de terres tant au niveau urbain et périurbain qu’au niveau rural facilités par la complicité des élites et les dysfonctionnements administratifs.

  16. Communities affected by transnational corporations alert to the blocking of the UN Binding Treaty to protect their human rights

    27 October 2017
    Article

    Geneva, October 27 - More than 200 delegates from more than 80 countries representing social movements, trade unions, and global civil society, including communities affected by the human rights violations of transnational corporations are actively involved this week in the third session of the open-ended intergovernmental working group for the elaboration of an International Legally Binding Instrument on Transnational Corporations (TNCs) and other Business Enterprises with respect to human rights.

  17. Die Zukunft unseres Wassers in öffentlicher Hand

    • Satoko Kishimoto, Olivier Petitjean, Emanuele Lobina
    27 October 2017
    Book

    Nach drei Jahrzehnten mit katastrophalen Ergebnissen schließen viele Städte, Regionen und Staaten das Kapitel der Privatisierung von Wasser. Eine leise Revolution der Bürger entfaltet sich, indem die Gemeinschaften auf der ganzen Welt die Kontrolle über ihre Wasserdienstleistungen einfordern und die wichtigste Ressource in einer demokratischen, gleichberechtigten und ökologischen Art und Weise nutzen wollen.

  18. Marruecos y el cannabis

    • Tom Blickman
    26 October 2017
    Policy briefing

    Este informe sobre políticas analiza si el objetivo de reducir el cultivo de cannabis es realista o beneficioso para Marruecos, qué significaría realmente para la principal zona de producción, el Rif — una de las regiones del país más pobres, con mayor densidad demográfica y con un medioambiente más frágil —, y qué implicaría para un desarrollo sostenible significativo. El informe presenta un breve contexto histórico, examina las últimas tendencias en el mercado del cannabis y destaca algunas de sus consecuencias ambientales y sociales, así como el debate reciente sobre la regulación en Marruecos y las políticas en Europa. Por último, plantea algunas reflexiones sobre posibles objetivos de desarrollo sostenible con respecto al cultivo de cannabis para el futuro.

  19. El gato y el ratón, la desertificación

    25 October 2017
    In the media

    La Razón - La autora reflexiona sobre la forma en la que se está enfrentando la guerra contra las drogas en América Latina y Bolivia.

  20. En la UTB se debate sobre el futuro del servicio de energía en la costa Caribe

    24 October 2017
    In the media

    El Universal - A poco tiempo de cumplirse un año de la intervención de la empresa Electricaribe, de propiedad de la multinacional española Gas Natural Fenosa, persisten las dudas sobre el futuro de la empresa y la prestación de este servicio público domiciliario.

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