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Mar. 2024

Why the Climate Justice Movement Cares about Gaza

Kavita Naidu

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Jan. 2024

Northern Lights? Nordic Lessons for the Just Transition

Duroyan Fertl

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Nov. 2023

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

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Nov. 2023

The Debt and Climate Crises Intersected in Marrakesh

David Williams, Tetet Lauron and Nadja Charaby

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Oct. 2023

Cracking Cancer in East Texas

Johannes Streeck

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Sep. 2023

Want to Avoid Climate Disasters? Protect Environmental Defenders

David Williams

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July 2023

What Happened on Loss and Damage at the 2023 Bonn Climate Conference and Where We Are on the Road to COP28?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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June 2023

The Bridgetown Initiative – Fit to Finance Climate Justice?

Gaya Sriskanthan, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

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May 2023

How a UN Resolution Could Help Hold Countries to Account on Climate Action

International Climate Justice Program

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May 2023

Overcoming the Least Developed Countries (LDC) Conundrum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Mar. 2023

We Know the Damage, but Who Will Foot the Bill?

David Williams

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Dec. 2022

A Tale of Two COPs

Gaya Sriskanthan, Katja Voigt, Nadja Charaby, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

Protesters for Loss and Damage at COP27
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Dec. 2022

What Happened at COP27 on Loss and Damage and What Comes Next?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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Nov. 2022

The Operationalisation of a Fit for Purpose Santiago Network for Loss and Damage: An African Perspective

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

Protestors hold a placard that reads:
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Nov. 2022

No Chance of Romance Without Climate Finance

Tetet Lauron and David Williams

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Oct. 2022

Only People Power Can Save the Climate

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Oct. 2022

The Loss and Damage Negotiations Under the UNFCCC

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

Looking Back on Bali

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

On the Road to COP27: Stockholm +50 and the Intersessional Climate Talks

International Climate Justice Program

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Mar. 2022

No Climate Justice without Gender Equality

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Mar. 2022

An Atlas of Human Suffering

David Williams

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Oct. 2021

Degrowth and Revolutionary Organizing

Jamie Tyberg and Erica Jung

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Oct. 2020

A Green New Deal for Public Transport

Hayley Richardson

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Sep. 2020

California’s Apocalyptic ‘Second Nature’

Mike Davis

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Apr. 2020

Apart, Together.

Ethan Earle

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Dec. 2019

Strong Unions and Communities

Katja Voigt and Aaron Eisenberg

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June 2017

Paris Is Burning

Jamie Hare

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Dec. 2015

Connecting Anti-Austerity and Climate Justice Policies

Asbjørn Wahl

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Oct. 2014

Germany’s Energiewende: Achievements and Challenges

Hans Thie


Dossiers


Global Solidarity

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Apr. 2024

Delegation to UNPFII 2024

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Apr. 2024

The Unprecedented Destruction of Gaza Demands an Unprecedented Response

Duha Almusaddar

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Mar. 2024

Why the Climate Justice Movement Cares about Gaza

Kavita Naidu

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Mar. 2024

Is the Summit of the Future a “Hail Mary” for the United Nations?

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Jan. 2024

Northern Lights? Nordic Lessons for the Just Transition

Duroyan Fertl

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Jan. 2024

The Politics of Cruelty

Kate Alexander

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Nov. 2023

The Debt and Climate Crises Intersected in Marrakesh

David Williams, Tetet Lauron and Nadja Charaby

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July 2023

What Happened on Loss and Damage at the 2023 Bonn Climate Conference and Where We Are on the Road to COP28?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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June 2023

Tesla’s Power Games: Unionizing and (Just) Transition in the Automotive Industry in Germany and the US

Sabrina Lamers

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May 2023

Overcoming the Least Developed Countries (LDC) Conundrum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

Audience and panel of 4 people at the RLS NYC office
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Oct. 2022

Building Tenant Power in Berlin, Australia, and New York

Oksana Mironova

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July 2022

Amazon Workers Strike Back

Hans-Christian Stephan

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July 2022

After Roe: How We Got Here and What Comes Next

Renee Bracey Sherman and Tracy Weitz

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June 2022

Solidarity Cities: Learning from Housing Movements in Barcelona and NYC

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June 2022

The Quest for Space: Entirely out of Public View

Johannes Streeck

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Apr. 2022

Emerging Experts of the Forum on the Arms Trade

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Mar. 2022

Solidarity with the People of Ukraine

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July 2021

Unpacking the COVID-19 Labor Shortage

Michelle Chen

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June 2021

Schools of Horror: Mistreatment and Murder of Indigenous Children in Canada

Heather Milton-Lightening

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Nov. 2020

At the End of the Week

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Oct. 2020

Public Money and the Road to Revolutionary Recovery

William Saas

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Oct. 2020

Digital Organizing Isn’t as Straight Forward as it Seems

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Sep. 2020

Labor Battle at Pittsburgh Newspaper Shows Signs of Despair and Hope

Ryan Deto

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Sep. 2020

Solidarity, Not Charity

Qiana Mickie

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Sep. 2020

Losing Power in the Time of COVID-19, Climate Change and Racism

Jean Su

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Aug. 2020

Suppressing Democracy

Jamie Hare

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Aug. 2020

NYC’s Primary Shows the Decline of the Democratic Machine

John Tarleton

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Aug. 2020

Many Sex Workers Struggle to Stay Safe, Healthy, and Housed During the Pandemic

Kyli Rodriguez-Cayro

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July 2020

Blowing in the Wind: Tear Gas in Protest

Stuart Schrader

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July 2020

Baseball Season Starts, but at What Cost?

Randy Wilkins

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July 2020

The Importance of Reopening Libraries

Kate Hawkes

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July 2020

Coming or Going: The Impact of COVID-19 on Asylum Claims in Canada and the US

Ray Mwareya

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June 2020

A Feminist Recovery Plan for Hawaii, and Beyond, Post-COVID-19

Khara Jabola-Carolus

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June 2020

Set It Off: The Current Uprising is a Chance to Reset American History

Kazembe Balagun

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May 2020

Ghana Responds to the Coronavirus

Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed

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May 2020

Latin America: Collective Solidarities and COVID-19

Raúl Zibechi

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May 2020

Housing Organizing in NYC During the Pandemic and Beyond

Oksana Mironova

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Apr. 2020

Some NYC Homeless Practice Social Distancing in Hotels, with Help from Donors

Claudia Irizarry Aponte and Ben Fractenberg, THE CITY

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Jan. 2019

Report from the Trinational Labor Gathering

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Nov. 2018

How Bolsonaro Came to Pass

Esther Solano Gallego

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Dec. 2017

What’s Next in the Middle East

Tsafrir Cohen

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Mar. 2015

The Future of the BRICS: Competition and Crisis in the Global Economy

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Oct. 2013

German Lessons

Bhaskar Sunkara


History from Below


Transatlantic Left Voices

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Apr. 2024

Carola Rackete Wants to Represent Die Linke in Brussels

Carola Rackete

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Feb. 2024

Rebirth of the U.S. Labor Movement?

Alex Press

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Jan. 2024

Northern Lights? Nordic Lessons for the Just Transition

Duroyan Fertl

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Oct. 2023

Cracking Cancer in East Texas

Johannes Streeck

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Sep. 2023

Auto Workers Strike Plants at All Three of the Big 3

Luis Feliz Leon, Jane Slaughter

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June 2023

Tesla’s Power Games: Unionizing and (Just) Transition in the Automotive Industry in Germany and the US

Sabrina Lamers

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June 2023

Myths and Facts about the War in Ukraine

Paul Schäfer

Three large trucks on a snowy city street with Canadian flags attached to their fronts.
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Feb. 2023

The Right Wing is Organizing in Canada. Can The Left Learn to Stop Them?

Aminah Sheikh

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Feb. 2023

A Decade of Right-Wing Radicalization

Gerd Wiegel

German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Svenja Schulze, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht and (2nd row, L-R) and German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and German Minister of Economics and Climate Protection Robert Habeck and German Minister of Food and Agriculture Cem Ozdemir and other ministers arrive to pose for a group photo during a two-day meeting of the federal cabinet, in the garden of Meseberg Castle
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Dec. 2022

New Problems for Germany’s New Government

Albert Scharenberg

Union members look on during a rally for the midterm elections. They are holding signs that say
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Oct. 2022

Will the US Left Unite Against Reaction?

Ethan Young

Campaign bus with portraits of Manon Masse and Gabriel Nadeu-Dubois
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Oct. 2022

Québec in Solidarity

Stefan Liebich

Two women are in front of the Alabama State House, one seating on the stairs and holding a rainbow umbrella, the other standing holding a sign that says
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Oct. 2022

“Don’t Say Gay:” Anti-Woke Laws and the Fight Over US Society

Jamie Hare

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June 2022

A Populist Progressive Path Forward on Trade Policy

Mike Dolan

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June 2022

Solidarity Cities: Learning from Housing Movements in Barcelona and NYC

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May 2022

The Successes and Shortcomings of Occupy, 10 Years Later

Jenny Stanley

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Mar. 2022

RLS-NYC Black History Month Film Series

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Feb. 2022

Shining a Light on the “Other” America: In conversation with RLS fellow Stefan Liebich

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Feb. 2022

The “Freedom” They Mean: On the Protests in Ottawa

Stefan Liebich

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Feb. 2022

Biden at One

John Feffer

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Nov. 2021

There Will Be Change — But How Much and Where Will It Take Us?

Horst Kahrs

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Nov. 2021

Navigating the Two-Party System

John Nichols

Collecting signatures for Deutsche Wohnen & Co. enteignen in Berlin. Photo: Max Rabus/DWE
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Oct. 2021

A Blueprint for a Left That Wins

Martin Neise

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Oct. 2021

Watersheds and Wilderness: Reclaiming the Gila River

Johannes Streeck

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Sep. 2021

The 2021 German Elections in Brief

Horst Kahrs

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Sep. 2021

The Afghanistan Disaster – An Eyewitness Analysis

Cem Sey

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Sep. 2021

Build Back Better: The Fight for Biden’s Legislative Agenda

Robert Borosage

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Aug. 2021

Election in Crisis Mode

Albert Scharenberg

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Aug. 2021

Die Linke and the 2021 Federal Elections

Mario Candeias

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Aug. 2021

The Left Must Demand an End to Vaccine Inequality

Matt Wehmeier

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Aug. 2021

Where Progressives Stand After NYC’s Primary Elections

John Tarleton

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July 2021

Can Rosa Luxemburg Help Us Understand Racialized Capitalism?

Peter Hudis

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Apr. 2021

Voters Support Progressive Politics Without Seeing Radical Influence at Work

Gustavo Sanchez and Charlotte Swasey

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Nov. 2020

Hope is not a Strategy

Jay Morgan

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Nov. 2020

Joe Biden: A winner as Loser

Ingar Solty

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June 2020

Who Will Pay for the Crisis?

Francisco Pérez

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June 2020

Time for a New Deal in International Finance

Leo Baunach

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May 2020

We Don’t Want to Go Back to Normal: COVID-19 and Women’s Struggles

Cinzia Arruzza

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Apr. 2020

The Risks of Online Radicalization in the COVID-19 Era

Cynthia Miller-Idriss

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Apr. 2020

Corona Letters from New York

Andreas Günther

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Mar. 2020

The Democrats’ Super Tuesday: Before, During and After

Ethan Young

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Jan. 2018

The Trump Spectacle

Albert Scharenberg

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Apr. 2017

100 Days of Trump

Ethan Young

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Jan. 2017

Trump and American Decline

Vijay Prashad

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June 2016

The Island Is an Island Again

Johanna Bussemer

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Feb. 2016

A Political Revolution

Ethan Young

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Jan. 2016

Bernie Sanders’ Socialist America

Ethan Earle

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Dec. 2014

The Ultimate Immigrant City: New York and the Shifting Terrain of U.S. Immigration Policy

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Nov. 2014

Race to the Right? Analyzing the Midterm Elections 2014

Ethan Young

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Aug. 2014

The “Post-Racial” Myth:

Albert Scharenberg

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Apr. 2014

Talking Left Strategies: Changing Society Through Campaigns

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Nov. 2013

De Blasio: Two Cities, One Future

Ethan Earle

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Jan. 2013

Background Notes for Death of a Yuppie Dream

John Ehrenreich und Barbara Ehrenreich

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Dec. 2012

Canada’s “Maple Spring”

Ingar Solty

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Sep. 2012

Three Visions for the Future

James Jennings

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Sep. 2012

Obama vs. Romney: The United States Before the Election

Albert Scharenberg


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United Nations

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Mar. 2024

Is the Summit of the Future a “Hail Mary” for the United Nations?

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Nov. 2023

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

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Nov. 2023

The Debt and Climate Crises Intersected in Marrakesh

David Williams, Tetet Lauron and Nadja Charaby

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Sep. 2023

Want to Avoid Climate Disasters? Protect Environmental Defenders

David Williams

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Aug. 2023

The Declaration of Human Rights and the Need for a Universal Enriched by Every Particular

Esteban González Jiménez

A large group of people, mostly women and children, is facing the camera during a demonstration in Manila. Some are wearing red headbands and purple flags. A woman with long black hair is a bit higher than the rest and has her right fist up. In front of her, a woman with hijab holds a toddler in her arms.
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Aug. 2023

LOVE in Action: Empowering Women and Girls with Disabilities to Win Equality and Freedom

NOVEL

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July 2023

What Happened on Loss and Damage at the 2023 Bonn Climate Conference and Where We Are on the Road to COP28?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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July 2023

The Ultimate Violation of Human Rights: The Nexus between Weapons of Mass Destruction and Humanitarian Concerns

Sharon Dolev

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June 2023

Fighting Inequality: The untapped Potential of Human Rights

Olivier De Schutter

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June 2023

The Bridgetown Initiative – Fit to Finance Climate Justice?

Gaya Sriskanthan, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

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May 2023

How a UN Resolution Could Help Hold Countries to Account on Climate Action

International Climate Justice Program

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May 2023

Overcoming the Least Developed Countries (LDC) Conundrum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Mar. 2023

We Know the Damage, but Who Will Foot the Bill?

David Williams

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Dec. 2022

Fighting for Our Rights: RLS and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Dec. 2022

A Tale of Two COPs

Gaya Sriskanthan, Katja Voigt, Nadja Charaby, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

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Nov. 2022

The Operationalisation of a Fit for Purpose Santiago Network for Loss and Damage: An African Perspective

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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Oct. 2022

Only People Power Can Save the Climate

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Oct. 2022

The Loss and Damage Negotiations Under the UNFCCC

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

Looking Back on Bali

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

On the Road to COP27: Stockholm +50 and the Intersessional Climate Talks

International Climate Justice Program

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Mar. 2022

RLS Engagement with Commission on the Status of Women 2022

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Aug. 2021

Hope, Hype and Blah: the 2021 High Level Political Forum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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May 2021

How Much Is International Solidarity Worth? The Financing For Development Forum Unpacked

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Apr. 2021

Toward a More Feminist Commission on the Status of Women: Taking Stock of CSW65

Eleanor Blomstrom

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May 2020

Strengthening the WHO through Constructive Criticism

Eva Wuchold

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Apr. 2020

The UN at 75: Still a Diamond in the Rough?

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Apr. 2018

Options for a UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights

Harris Gleckman