Work

Social Rights

We are working towards a world that guarantees social justice. The working focus on social rights aims to globally strengthen the discourse on social rights and actors involved in this field. Because social rights must always be Global Social Rights. This is to be achieved on the one hand through the media, i.e. through publications and other media products, and on the other hand through partner projects and workshops.

Past Events

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The Human and Environmental Costs of Pesticide Use

6 Jun. 2022

Online

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The second Night of Global Social Rights

5 May. 2022

Geneva, Mexico City and Online

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Night of global social rights

16 Apr. 2021

Online Livestream

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The Struggle for Farmworker Organization

27 May. 2021

Livestream

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Farmworkers: Rendering Visible the Invisible

25 Mar. 2021

Livestream

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Rosa Luxemburg at 150

4 Mar. 2021

Livestream

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The (Re)Construction of the World

12 Feb. 2021

Online-Conference

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Corporate Agriculture’s False Promises in Africa

18 Nov. 2020

Livestream

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International Launch of the Atlas of the Stateless

10 Nov. 2020

Livestream

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Has Trump’s Time Run Out?

4 Nov. 2020

Online


Publications

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Untangling antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

Nicoletta Dentico, Garance Upham and Arno Germond

Oct. 2022

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More than just a brain drain – The great brain robbery

Jan Van Aken and Berit Köhler

Aug. 2022

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Our Health, Their Profit?

Lucy Redler

Dec. 2021

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Atlas of Enslavement

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Nov. 2021

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Crash Barriers for Post-COVID-19 Food and Agricultural Systems

Agrarian Politics Working Group

Sep. 2021

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Hijacking Food Systems

ETC Group

Sep. 2021

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Elements Paper

Ana María Suárez Franco (FIAN International)

Jul. 2021

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A Sting in the AGRA Tale

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Brot für die Welt, FIAN Deutschland, Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung und INKOTA-netzwerk

Jun. 2021

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Green New Deals

Juliane Schumacher

May. 2021

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Double Standards and Hazardous Pesticides from Bayer and BASF

Peter Clausing, Lena Luig, Jan Urhahn, Wiebke Beushausen

Apr. 2021

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Double Standards and Hazardous Pesticides from Bayer and BASF

Peter Clausing, Lena Luig, Jan Urhahn

Apr. 2021

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The Wealth of the Public

Mario Candeias, Barbara Fried, Hannah Schurian, Eva Völpel and Moritz Warnke

Dec. 2020

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The Right to Food in South Africa

Nokutula Mhene and Busiso Moyo

Oct. 2020

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Concepts and criticisms of statelessness

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Oct. 2020

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False Promises: The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)

Biba, Brot für die Welt, FIAN Deutschland, Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung, INKOTA, IRPAD, PELUM Sambia, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Tabio und TOAM

Jul. 2020

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Action Matters Fredson Guilengue

Jul. 2020

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Farmworkers: The Forgotten Essential Worker

Nokutula Mhene and Jan Urhahn

May. 2020

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Bäuerliches Saatgut erhalten

Nadja Dorschner, Nokutula Mhene, Jan Urhahn

May. 2020

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Global Solidarity

common Verlagsgenossenschaft e.G.

Apr. 2020

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Global Solidarity Boris Kanzleiter

Apr. 2020

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Feminise Politics Now!

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Mar. 2020

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Konzernmacht beschränken

Michel Brandt und Benjamin Luig

Mar. 2020

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Making Farmer-Managed Seed Systems Work

Nadia Dorschner, Nokutula Mhene, Jan Urhahn

Jan. 2020

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Making Farmer-Managed Seed Systems Work

Shalini Bhutani

Sep. 2019

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Uranium Atlas

Le Monde Diplomatique, Nuclear Free Future Foundation, Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Aug. 2019

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Housing Financialization

European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and to the City

May. 2019

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Frieden ist mehr als Abwesenheit von Krieg

common Verlagsgenossenschaft e.G.

Jan. 2019

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The Struggle for Health

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Feb. 2018

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Agrifood Atlas

Friends of the Earth Europe, HBS, RLS

Oct. 2017


Articles

International Politics

Stop the Killer Robots

C.F. Da Silva Costa

Oct. 2022

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No TRIPS Waiver at the WTO

Nicoletta Dentico

Jul. 2022

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Rethinking Peace Politics

Eva Wuchold and Jan Leidecker

May. 2022

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The Rights of Peasants

Melik Özden

Apr. 2022

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What Is a Country?

Vsevolod Kritskiy

Mar. 2022

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For a feminist approach to global health

Carla Pagano

Mar. 2022

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Rosa Luxemburg and the Quest for a “Good Society”

Michal Valco

Jan. 2022

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Slave-Like Labour in Brazil

Vitor Filgueiras

Dec. 2021

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Working behind bars

Toussaint Losier

Dec. 2021

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Slavery in African consciousness

Khwezi Mabasa

Dec. 2021

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The ease of the virus in vaccine apartheid

Nicoletta Dentico

Dec. 2021

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Health and political change in post-conflict societies

Chiara Giorgi

Nov. 2021

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More Than Hot Air?

Katja Voigt, Uwe Witt, David Williams, Tetet Lauron, Till Bender

Nov. 2021

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Fighting for Just Transition(s)

Nessim Achouche, Ndivile Mokoena

Nov. 2021

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Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Events at COP26

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Nov. 2021

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Climate Justice, not False Solutions!

Katja Voigt, Tetet Lauron, Uwe Witt, David Williams

Nov. 2021

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Our common home, planet Earth, is “on fire”

Roberta Boscolo

Oct. 2021

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Pretty Sick!

Berit Köhler, Jan van Aken

Oct. 2021

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Switzerland: the referendum on marriage is a vote on equality

Lucas Ramón Mendos and Daniele Paletta

Sep. 2021

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What Makes People Sick?

Eva Wuchold, Jan van Aken, Kathrin Gerlof

Sep. 2021

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Solidarity: Another COVID Victim

Anne Jung

Sep. 2021

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What happened during the first part of the ILO’s 109th session of the ILC?

Antonio de Lisboa Amâncio Vale

Jul. 2021

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“You Have to Address Fundamental Inequalities”

Patricia Bohland, Tetet Lauron, Vincente Paolo

Jul. 2021

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Time to Re-Open Unfinished Conversations

Roula Seghaier

Jun. 2021

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Climate Conflicts: War or Peace with Global Warming?

Jürgen Scheffran

Jun. 2021

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Inaction kills – European Parliament calls for waiver

Helmut Scholz

May. 2021

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Exploitation and Gender Discrimination in South Africa’s Wine Mines

Carmen Louw, Kim Naser, Colette Solomon

May. 2021

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It’s 2021. Why are women still excluded from peace processes?

Thania Paffenholz

May. 2021

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The financialization of health

Nicoletta Dentico

May. 2021

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The Geopolitics of Vaccine Apartheid

Vishwas Satgar

May. 2021

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Servitude and charity

Jens Pedersen

May. 2021

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Pandemic capitalism

Christoph Butterwegge

May. 2021

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Élisabeth Dmitrieff: a passionate communard

Natacha Rault

Apr. 2021

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Annemarie Schwarzenbach, embodiment of anti-conformism

Caroline Dayer

Apr. 2021

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Ruth Dreifuss, Switzerland’s first female president

Isabelle Gattiker

Apr. 2021

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Jovita dos Santos Pinto Noemi Michel

Apr. 2021

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Health is a Human Right

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Apr. 2021

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Rosa Grimm Brigitte Studer

Mar. 2021

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Portrait of Carole Clair and Joëlle Schwarz

Marie Fourquet

Mar. 2021

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Margarethe Faas-Hardegger Fanny Vaucher

Mar. 2021

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Theresia Rohner – The heroine of Appenzell

Isabel Rohner

Mar. 2021

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Rosa, Montserrat, Grazia, Maria or Carmela

Jacqueline Ricciardi Werlen

Mar. 2021

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Christiane Brunner, a heroine of women’s right to vote

Romaine Jean

Mar. 2021

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Stories of struggle for women’s rights

collective

Mar. 2021

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Farmworkers: Rendering Visible the Invisible

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Mar. 2021

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“We Need Social Protection”

Teresa Anderson

Mar. 2021

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The idea of belonging

Rachid Boutayeb

Feb. 2021

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The foundation of all rights

Erin Daly and James R. May

Feb. 2021

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Assam: Along the Brahmaputra

Subir Bhaumik

Jan. 2021

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Conventions: Of states and statelessness

Matthias Reuß

Jan. 2021

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Europe: Not yet a model for the world

Chris Nash

Jan. 2021

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Baltics: Breaking up after a forced marriage

Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik

Jan. 2021

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Roma: No papers, no rights

Vladan Jeremić

Jan. 2021

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Islands: When home disappears beneath the waves

Graham Pote

Jan. 2021

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USA: Fifty states, but no room for the stateless

David C. Baluarte

Jan. 2021

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Dominican Republic: Changing the rules

Hans-Ulrich Dillmann

Jan. 2021

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South Africa: Birth but no birthright

Sindisiwe Moyo

Jan. 2021

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West African Nomads: Moving with the herds

Bronwen Manby

Jan. 2021

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Uganda: None of the above

Johanna Katharina Seidl

Jan. 2021

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Madagascar: Indian ocean, but not Indian

Olivia Rajerison

Jan. 2021

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Lebanon: Gender discrimination down the generations

Samira Trad

Jan. 2021

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Palestinians: A land without promise

Jaber Suleiman

Jan. 2021

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Syria: Lacking citizenship and seeking protection

Thomas McGee

Jan. 2021

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Kuwait: Just wanting to belong

Christian Jakob

Jan. 2021

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Iraq: Many groups and many causes

Zahra Albarazi

Jan. 2021

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Rohingya: Rejected and disowned

Katherine Southwick

Jan. 2021

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Malaysia: The indignity of the indigenous

Linda Lumayag

Jan. 2021

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Health: Treating symptoms, not the cause

Proloy Barua

Jan. 2021

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Data availibility: Known unknowns

Samira Trad

Jan. 2021

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History: Weapons of mass discrimination

Dietmar Bartz

Jan. 2021

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Rights: Citizens of nowhere

Kim Weidenberg

Jan. 2021

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Protecting the vulnerable

Ulrike Lauerhaß und Eva Wuchold

Dec. 2020

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Rethinking Birthright

Stephanie DeGooyer

Nov. 2020

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Farm Workers on World Food Day: “We Are Not Valued”

Nokutula Mhene

Oct. 2020

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Stateless People and COVID-19

Nina Murray

May. 2020

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The Bitter Reality Nadja Charaby

May. 2020

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In Search of a Lost Future

Nelli Tügel

Apr. 2020

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Rethinking Feminism

Kathrin Gerlof

Mar. 2019


Multimedia

Socio-Ecological Transformation, Socio-Ecological Transformation, Socio-Ecological Transformation

Pesticides: An Expensive Business

BASIC, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, Corporate Europe Observatory, European Environmental Bureau, Good Food Good Farming, INKOTA, Public Eye, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung and SOS Faim

Apr. 2022

United Nations, United Nations, United Nations, United Nations

70 years of Geneva Convention – a reason to celebrate?

MFH, IFHV, medico international, Stiftung Umwelt und Entwicklung Nordrhein-Westfalen, RLS

Feb. 2022

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The Night of Global Social Rights

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Dec. 2021

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Modern Slavery

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Dec. 2021

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Stateless: denied nationality

Think Tank Hub Geneva

Nov. 2021

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Right to Peace

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

Nov. 2021

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Right to Food

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Oct. 2021

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Our Food, Our Story

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Sep. 2021

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Freedom of movement

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Jun. 2021

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Understanding Rosa Luxemburg’s Life and Work

Peter Hudis

Apr. 2021

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Health is a Human Right

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Apr. 2021

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Double Standards and Hazardous Pesticides from Bayer and BASF

Peter Clausing, Lena Luig, Jan Urhahn

Apr. 2021

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The (Re)Construction of the World

ECCHR, Feminism and the Global South, FES, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, IfS, International Institute of Political Murder, medico international, RLS

Feb. 2021

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Rosa Kanal – German language only!

Volksbühne Berlin und Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Feb. 2021

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Johan Galtung – a life for peace

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Dec. 2020

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Revolution and Counterrevolution: The Arab Spring Ten Years On

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Dec. 2020

Right to Peace

Can Germany Be a Force for World Peace?

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Nov. 2020

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30 years Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Nov. 2020

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False Promises

INKOTA-netzwerk und Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Jul. 2020

Right to a Healthy Environment, Right to a Healthy Environment, Right to a Healthy Environment

Hazardous Pesticides from Bayer and BASF

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, INKOTA-netzwerk, Khanyisa, MISEREOR, Campanha Permanente Contra os Agrotóxicos e Pela Vida.

Apr. 2020

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Xolobeni: The Right to Say No!

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Feb. 2020

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Another Place: Berlin

Victoria Lupton and Doha Hassan

Oct. 2019

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The Continents Grow Together

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Jun. 2019

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What is Positive Peace?

Eva Wuchold

Mar. 2019

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Scirocco: A Case Against Deportations

Brush&Bow and Leonard Ermel

Jul. 2018


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