Konferenz zu feministischer Klassenpolitik
March 16, 2019 - 17:30 to March 17, 2019 - 20:00

Who are "the classes" of today? And who belongs to „the working class"? Coal miners from Lusatia, industrial workers threatened by automation, the DHL-deliverer or nursing staff in privatized hospitals? The class is in permanent changeling and has always been. Old milieus are in the process of dissolution, new ones arise. Last but not least, numerous class struggles take place not only in production, but also in the field of reproduction, such as social infrastructure of care and care work. Or in the struggles for livable urban spaces.

Analyzing the Rise of Right-Wing Populism in Europe
Transnational Discussions on Jan. 25th, after the Anti-WKR Demonstrations
January 25, 2014 - 12:30

One specificity of the recent rise of right wing movements and populist parties in Europe is precisely it‘s international, Europe-wide dimension. It culminates right now in increasingly serious plans to establish an extreme right faction within the European Parliament - an effort which in the past had always been undermined by internal disagreement and strife.

Discussion on the State and "Antifa"
Panel discussion
With AK (Athen) and ALB
November 2, 2013 - 19:00

In the context of the current crisis neofascists have gained prominence in many European countries, among them Greece. Here, attacks on migrants, refugees and leftists are becoming increasingly common. Even murder is not an exception any more. On the 18th of September the antifacist rapper Pavlos Fyssas was murderd in Athens by members of the neofascist party Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn) and other fascists.