Green New Deal for Europe is launching a comprehensive policy vision to decarbonize the EU by 2030 and deliver environmental justice around the world.
As Turkish bombs continue to drop on Rojava, local medical facilities are struggling to keep up, despite an influx of foreign medical volunteers.
In early 1970s Northern Ireland, mass civil resistance played a crucial role in the fall of the Stormont assembly — despite the IRA laying sole claim to the victory.
Ahead of the UK general election, the Conservative Party released “boriswave,” a video that marks the meeting point of post-truth and post-irony.
In this episode Naomi Klein discusses her new book “On Fire,” in which she argues that addressing the climate crisis requires more than simply reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Berlin’s spatial dynamics and organized working class show how to secure liveable spaces and combat the financial nature of housing: socialize them.
Colombia’s national civic strike is paving the way for a rural-urban coalition of protesters and movements that together can take on President Duque’s right-wing government.
A statement signed by more than 70 academics, militants and independent political groups calls upon the global left to break its silence and express its solidarity with the people of Iran.
New episode of prof. Wolff’s weekly show, exploring complex economic issues and empowering listeners to analyze their own financial situation as well as the economy at large.
In the early 2000s, a time of hope and revolution, Bolivians dreamed of and struggled for a better world alongside, against, and beyond Evo Morales.
In this second part of the interview, Debbie Bookchin and Emre Şahin share their thoughts and observations on how the revolution has impacted everyday life in Rojava.
The police violence in Hong Kong has intensified, but so has the militancy of the protesters. All dressed in black, they are ready for the confrontation.
Northern African countries are key suppliers of natural resources to the global economy, but extractive activities have been met with waves of resistance.
In the summer of 2019, Laura traveled to Spain to learn how building a cooperative economy helped people survive under Franco’s 36-year-dictatorship.
The extremely violent repression of the Gilets Jaunes movement has affected the lives of many, continuing a long tradition of police violence in France.
A film about those who challenge the conversion of Lisbon into a commodity, those who resist injustice by building power for, and with those who need a place to live.
For a radically democratic and ecological society we need to build democratic and resilient communities capable of deepening citizen participation at all levels of public life.
Prof. Harvey is joined by CUNY Graduate Center Professor Cindi Katz to discuss social reproduction and its relation and significance to capitalism’s success.
What lessons can we draw from the transition from feudalism to capitalism for a strategy to move to an economy based on democratic worker-owned co-operatives?
In her new film, “The Edge of Democracy,” director Petra Costa tells the story of how Brazil went from a rising star among free nations to a democracy on the verge of collapse.