In this animation, we summarize four of the pathways that we have to take collective action and demand climate justice.
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Recent Articles & Publications
Middle East Treaty Organization
The Future of Climate Finance: Will COP28 Further the Onward March Towards Increased Debt and Dependence on Markets?
Gaya Sriskanthan, Tetet Nera Lauron, Nadja Charaby
David Williams, Tetet Lauron and Nadja Charaby
Jörn Boewe and Johannes Schulten
Fighting the climate crisis is a political, social, cultural, economic, and environmental issue
Connecting struggles for social and political emancipation worldwide
Transatlantic Left Voices
Building a dialogue between progressives in North America and Europe
History from Below
Analyzing history through a Leftist lens
Enabling access for the underrepresented
In this section we offer short- and long-term focuses on the office’s core projects.
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The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung is an internationally operating, progressive non-profit institution for civic education. Active since 1990, the foundation works to promote democratic and social participation, empowerment of disadvantaged groups, alternatives for economic and social development, conflict prevention, and peaceful conflict resolution. Its international activities aim to provide civic education through academic analyses, public programs, and projects conducted together with partner institutions. The foundation has established 17 regional offices around the world. Learn More