Global Dialogue for Systemic Change

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We are living in an unprecedented global crisis that requires a deep reflection, rethinking and dialogue among activists, organizations and social movements around the world. Critical strategies are essential, to deal with the current crises and to shape what comes next.

More than ever we need to share analysis, experiences, ideas and alternatives, in the face of growing health, social, economic, political and environmental crises. 

Many networks, organizations, and social movements are engaged in national, regional, continental and worldwide discussions on the challenges in front of us.

The aim of the Global Dialogue for Systemic Change is to support this process, creating stronger links among activist groups and social movements, and bringing in a wider range of activists and organisations from Africa, Asia, South and North America and Europe. It is not our ambition to replace or attempt to centralize the multiple valuable initiatives already underway. 

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Die Linke’s Defeat Is a Dire Warning for the Left

Die Linke’s Defeat Is a Dire Warning for the Left

By Loren Balhorn, 10.10.2021 In September's German election, the socialist Die Linke party slumped to under 5 percent support. If…

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International seminar on the concept and practice of care

International seminar on the concept and practice of care

The seminar will take place on 23 and 24 of October, one week before the G20 summit. It intends to be also…

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Columbus and the Lens of History

Columbus and the Lens of History

By Howard Zinn, October 2, 2014 For Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we feature an excerpt from Chapter One of A People’s History…

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