Adam Ostolski

Adam Ostolski is a sociologist, columnist and activist. He works at the University of Warsaw. He is a member of the Krytyka Polityczna. He was co-editor-in-chief of the Zielone Wiadomości (Green News) in 2009 – 2013, co-chair of the Polish Green Party in 2013 – 2016 and is currently a member of the Editorial Board of the Green European Journal.

Articles

17.12.2018
Link Taxes and Upload Filters Will Not Fix the Internet

An interview with the Pirate MEP on what Article 11 and 13 of the EU's proposed copyright directive could mean for internet freedom.

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17.10.2018
Green Observatory: Basic Income

The Green European Journal asked experts, activists, and politicians from around Europe about the politics of basic income where they are.

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17.10.2018
Basic But Transformative

Basic income offers progressives a positive vision for the future shaped around security, autonomy and social justice.

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30.07.2018
Green Observatory: Drug Policy

From the War on Drugs to health, are changes in attitudes to drugs being reflected in policies around Europe?

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27.10.2017
Green Observatory: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Experts and politicians around Europe discuss the state of the AI and robotics debate in their country and the position of the Green party.

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06.04.2017
Cause for Concern: Why We Shouldn’t Feel Relieved After the Dutch Elections

Despite the expressions of relieved euphoria after the Dutch elections, there is little to celebrate.

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15.03.2017
Neoliberalism Has Eviscerated the Fabric of Social Life

Are we witnessing a crisis of liberal democracy? Wendy Brown is interviewed on the insecurities of neoliberalism and globalisation.

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01.11.2014
Poland Needs A Tripartite Climate Commission

In the Polish context, where environmental awareness and resistance to an energy transition is strong, a broad alliance among diverse actors in society is needed to tackle climate change, such as trade unions and other potential partners.

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10.01.2014
Greens and Pirates: in Search of a New Majority for the Commons?

Once you make a commons together, you can have different political visions, but what you share is this desire to construct and protect the commons. Interview with Michel Bauwens, theorist and activist, co-founder of the Peer-to-Peer Foundation.

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01.10.2013
Black Tradition, Green Future

Greens need to forge a broad alliance against neoliberalism with some unexpected allies, such as the coal miners. Ahead of COP 19 which takes place this year in Warsaw, Poland how can the green movement in Poland move forward?

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