11.03.2020
United We Stand: Labour Environmentalism and the Climate Movement

Looking at the climate crisis in class terms means reframing class conflict in terms of capital versus life.

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11.03.2020
United We Stand: The Green Industrial Revolution in Italy

Unions and new ecological movements need a frank exchange to find elements of synergy and mutual growth.

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08.08.2017
The Challenge Facing the UK Greens Post-2017 Election

The UK Greens did not adapt to wider political changes before the general election & their vote halfed. How can they regain their distinctive voice?

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01.12.2012
Equal to the Task? The UK’s Equality of Opportunity Legislation Under the Microscope

The UK has been a leader among EU member states in the promotion of equality of opportunity, with far-reaching duties in place in some regions since 1998. In practice, the jury is still out on whether the equal opportunities legislation has a real impact on the protected groups or simply creates one more administrative hurdle for policymakers.

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01.12.2012
Precariat’s World

While Poland presents itself to the outside world as a country untouched by the economic crisis, the reality is far different for an entire generation of Polish people. Rather than face up to the structural difficulties in the job market, the Government ignores the problem and remains committed to the doctrines of the neoliberal model.

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01.03.2012
Getting Markets to Work for Green Politics

In Finland, Sairanen & Stenhäll’s book has been presented as an important stand to the discussion on how the economic sphere should be developed. It takes the position that no new green economic system is needed, rather we need to make hard decisions based on the current market economy.

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01.03.2012
Visions for the Future of Europe

In advance of a Party meeting on the future of European, Green members of the German Bundestag and European Parliament discuss the future of the European project.

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01.03.2012
Green New Deal – the German Perspective

As the EU’s largest economy, the decisions the economic direction that Germany takes will have a major impact on the rest of the Union. This article by the German Greens examines how this ‘engine of Europe’ can be turned green.

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