30.11.2020
Connect the City: Rights, Justice and the Digital Divide

The answer to Barcelona’s digital divide is a politics that puts people and rights at the centre of the digital transition.

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30.11.2020
The Mask Slips: Rights Under Attack in Poland

From attacking social partners to women’s rights, Covid-19 has been a catalyst for Law and Justice’s autocratic tendencies.

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30.11.2020
Roots in Nature: The Pathogen and the Politics of Biodiversity

Pandemics and the resurgence of diseases are driven by the mismanagement of nature and wildlife. Yet, biodiversity has not fully broken through onto the political agenda.

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27.11.2020
Rethinking the UK-EU Relationship in Post-Brexit Britain

As the Brexit transition period draws to an end, the Green Party of England and Wales must adopt a clear position on the future UK-EU relationship.

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09.11.2020
Biden’s Victory Is a Glimmer of Hope

Biden’s victory is a vindicating one for many, not least for grassroots movements. Despite the rhetoric of reconciliation, Trumpism is here to stay.

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23.09.2020
Pandemic Politics and the Lithuanian Elections

Amid the ongoing pandemic and in the shadow of events in neighbouring Belarus, the elections in October may yet be another turning point in Lithuanian politics.

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18.09.2020
Anti-Racist Politics in Practice: Greens and Black Lives Matter

Green parties are vocal advocates of racial justice, but does the rhetoric match the reality?

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11.09.2020
Nature Through the Lenses of a Fossil-Soaked Far Right

Reflections from a landmark conference at Lund University which examined the political ecology of the far right, and why progressives must be awake to this.

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11.09.2020
Rally Around the Flag? The Far-Right Response to Covid-19

AfD, the Lega and the Swedish Democrats have all struggled to find a message amid the pandemic. However, things might be changing.

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03.09.2020
Breakthrough for Green-Left Coalition in Croatia

The Croatian parliamentary election of July 2020 promised to be a very tight race. What forecasts failed to predict is the green-left coalition breakthrough.

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