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  1. Myanmar CSOs push for urgent measures during the COVID-19 pandemic

    01 Junio 2020
    Declaration

    Myanmar Civil Society organizations and networks urge the Myanmar government and other relevant stakeholders to take urgent measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  2. Your Land, My Land, Our Land

    • Nyeleni Europe and Central Asia, Transnational Institute (TNI)
    28 Mayo 2020
    Report

    The handbook is published by the Nyéléni Europe and Central Asia platform for Food Sovereignty to help nourish the food sovereignty movement with ideas that support local struggles for land. It also tries to connect different experiences and is an invitation to build collective intra-European support mechanisms for land struggles.

  3. Feminist realities -Transforming Democracy in Times of Crisis. 4pm CET, 27 May

    Feminist Realities: Transforming democracy in times of crisis - webinar recording

    28 Mayo 2020
    Multi-media

    An inspiring global panel of feminist thinkers and activists reflect and discuss how we can collectively reorganise, shift power and pivot towards building transformative feminist realities that can get us out of the worsening health, climate and capitalist crises.

  4. The economic dimension of the pandemic

    Daniel Díaz-Fuentes
    27 Mayo 2020
    Article

    Although no crisis can be reduced exclusively to an economic or financial dimension or causation, this particular one derives from the pandemic spread of virus with devastating human and social effects. If we want to learn something from this world crisis, we need to try to understand it taking into consideration various simultaneous perspectives (health, social, humanitarian and environmental, among others), with a long-term historical outlook (to better help us to find a way out and avoid its recurrence) and a global viewpoint.

  5. COVID-19 and the global fight against mass incarceration

    COVID-19 and the global fight against mass incarceration

    03 Junio 2020 - Evento

    The pandemic has led governments to release an unprecedented number of people from prison and to curb new admissions. Activists and researchers from across the globe will discuss and share strategies by civil society on how to ensure this is a turning point to reverse the long-standing trend of mass incarceration as a response to crime.

  6. Webinar: COVID19 and small fisher-folk of North Africa and Palestine

    30 Mayo 2020 - Evento

    The North African Food Sovereignty Network (NAFSN) and the Transnational Institute (TNI) will organize a webinar on Saturday 30 May 2020 at 14:00 Tunis time (15:00 Amsterdam time and 16:00 Palestine time) to put a spot light on the situation of fishers in Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia and Palestine. This webinar will be in Arabic with live interpretation into English, French and Spanish available.

  7. Public is Back - Proposals for a democratic just economy, 4pm CET 20 May

    Public is Back: Proposals for a democratic just economy - webinar recording

    20 Mayo 2020
    Multi-media

    Webinar recording with outgoing UN rapporteur, Philip Alston in conversation with trade unionists and activists in Italy, Nigeria and India sharing analysis on the impacts of privatisation in a time of COVID-19 and the strategies for resistance and also constructing participatory public alternatives.

  8. The race to replace a dying neoliberalism

    Walden Bello
    20 Mayo 2020
    Article

    The world’s prevailing socio-political models aren’t going to survive this pandemic. What’s going to replace them?

  9. The Corona pandemic and the Struggle for our Peoples’ Resources and Food Sovereignty

    Omar Aziki
    20 Mayo 2020
    Article

    This is a transcript Omar Aziki's presentation of the North African Network for Food Sovereignty and was a part of our first webinar in Arabic.

  10. The Corona pandemic and the need to fight for resources and food sovereignty


    Layla Riahi
    20 Mayo 2020
    Article

    This is a transcript of the presentation by Layla Riahi, of the Working Group for Food Sovereignty - Tunisia, which was part of our first webinar in Arabic.

  11. Feminist realities -Transforming Democracy in Times of Crisis. 4pm CET, 27 May

    Feminist Realities: Transforming Democracy in Times of Crisis

    27 Mayo 2020 - Evento

    Join a conversation with an inspiring global panel of feminist thinkers and activists to reflect and discuss how we can collectively reorganise, shift power and pivot towards building transformative feminist realities that can get us out of the worsening health, climate and capitalist crises.

  12. Cashing in on the pandemic

    Pia Eberhardt
    19 Mayo 2020
    Article

    As governments take action to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and prevent economic collapse, big law firms are watching the virus too. Yet their concern is not to save lives or the economy. Instead the lawyers urge big business to challenge emergency measures in order to defend their profits. In a parallel corporate justice system called ISDS, states could face multi-million dollar lawsuits.

  13. Public is Back - Proposals for a democratic just economy, 4pm CET 20 May

    Public is Back: Proposals for a democratic just economy

    20 Mayo 2020 - Evento

    Support for public services and limits on private profit is at an all-time high in the wake of the pandemic. How do we ensure this prioritisation of public needs and goods becomes permanent? What are the best models of democratic and participatory public services? Join a webinar with trade unionists and activists in Italy, Nigeria and India advancing bold new visions for a public future. 

  14. A Global Green New Deal - Weds 13 May 4pm CET

    A Global Green New Deal - Webinar recording

    13 Mayo 2020
    Multi-media

    Richard Kozul-Wright (UNCTAD) and leading activists from across the globe share their perspectives on how we can build climate justice in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

  15. The Future is Public

    12 Mayo 2020
    Book

    Resistance to privatisation has turned into a powerful force for change. (Re)municipalisation refers to the reclaiming of public ownership of services as well as the creation of new public services. In recent years, our research has identified more than 1,400 successful (re)municipalisation cases involving more than 2,400 cities in 58 countries around the world. 

  16. Future Beyond Shell Presents: Future Beyond Crises

    16 Mayo 2020 - Evento

    TNI is happy to invite you to the live broadcast Future Beyond Shell Presents: Future Beyond Crises on Saturday, May 16 19:30 CET. This online event is organised in cooperation with Climate Liberation Bloc (CLuB), Code Rood, Gastivists, and Shell Must Fall.

  17. From Fanon to ventilators

    Arun Kundnani
    07 Mayo 2020
    Article

    To neoliberal states, the pandemic is a racialized security threat and a market opportunity. Our fight is for the right to breathe — in every sense.

  18. A Global Green New Deal - Weds 13 May 4pm CET

    A Global Green New Deal

    13 Mayo 2020 - Evento

    Join our sixth webinar in our series focused this week on a Global Green New Deal featuring Richard Kozul-Wright (UNCTAD), and leading activists from across the globe leading the struggle for a just transition in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. (Live interpretation into French and Spanish available)

  19. States of Control: the dark side of pandemic politics: Webinar recording

    29 Abril 2020
    Multi-media

    A recording of our webinar on authoritarian and repressive state responses to the Coronavirus pandemic, featuring a UN Special Rapporteur on Protecting Human Rights and other global experts and activists.

  20. ‘Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste’

    • Walden Bello
    29 Abril 2020
    Paper

    The Covid-19 pandemic has provoked widespread discussion of what kind of future the world should look forward to after the crisis. One of the areas of economic life around which there is spirited debate is the global food system. This paper focuses on how the pandemic has exposed the fragility of the corporate-dominated global food supply system and shown that it is not, as the Food and Agriculture Organization and its allied agencies see it, part of the solution.

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