Repensons l'émancipation : Les Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme présentent leur sixième université populaire !

Presse-toi a gauche! - August 23, 2015 - 9:12am

Les Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme présentent leur sixième université populaire !
Un moment de réflexion et d'échanges
Lieu : Montréal, à l'UQAM
Quand : du 20 au 23 août 2015
En collaboration avec la revue Canadian Dimension
QUATRE GRANDS AXES
> La réorganisation du capitalisme
> Les nouveaux chemins de l'émancipation
> Le futur du passé
> Construire la convergence
Pour tout savoir des développements de notre programmation : (...)

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Nouveau numéro de la revue Relations « Halte au capitalisme vert »

Presse-toi a gauche! - April 18, 2015 - 7:23pm

Dans le contexte de la crise écologique et climatique mondiale, le verdissement du capitalisme, désigné sous l'euphémisme d'« économie verte », s'impose de plus en plus comme la solution miracle. L'idée séduit, mais masque une inquiétante étape de marchandisation de la nature, vue comme un capital au service de la croissance. Comment cela se traduit-il au Québec et ailleurs, notamment en Afrique ? Comment prétendre aller vers une transition écologique sans sortir du régime de la propriété privée et du (...)

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Journée d'étude Économie verte : pièges et alternatives le 18 avril

Presse-toi a gauche! - April 18, 2015 - 10:30am

Dans la foulée du dossier de Relations, « Halte au capitalisme vert », le Centre justice et foi et ATTAC-Québec vous convient à une journée d'étude sur le thème « Économie verte : pièges et alternatives ».
Avec deux conférences :
Économie verte : brader la nature pour sauver la finance ? par Dominique Bernier, conseillère en éducation pour un avenir viable à la Centrale des syndicats du Québec ;
Quelle transition écologique ? Regards sur le Québec à la lumière du Forum social de Tunis par Roger Rashi, (...)

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'Lead suspect' behind Tunisia museum attack killed

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 23 min ago
Prime minister says Khaled Chaieb and eight other suspects were killed in a security operation near the Algerian border.

Target speeds up its Canadian exit, plans to shutter all stores by mid-April

CBC Canadian News - 1 hour 27 min ago

A court-appointed monitor overseeing the windup of the Target Canada stores says all 133 locations across the country will be permanently shut down by "as early as mid-April," which is about a month ahead of schedule.

Singaporeans pay last respects to Lee Kuan Yew

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 32 min ago
More than 100,000 people line the streets in elaborate state funeral for the country's founding father and first PM.

Nigeria's delayed elections

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 39 min ago
The partisan coverage of Nigeria's vote; plus, the 800 million Indians not deemed newsworthy by their country's media.

Kerry cancels return to US as Iran talks deadline looms

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 40 min ago
US Secretary of State skips event in Boston to ensure deal on Iran's nuclear programme is agreed by March 31.

Nigeria heads back to polls after extension of voting

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 51 min ago
Technical issues force presidential poll into second day, after record number of people vote despite Boko Haram threats.

Water out of thin air

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 53 min ago
We look at a machine that extracts water from the air in order to help families living without access to potable water.

Syrian rebels capture Idlib city in joint offensive

Al Jazeera - 1 hour 56 min ago
Rebel groups, including al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, seize Idlib city for the first time after five days of clashes.

The reach of Iran

Al Jazeera - 2 hours 1 min ago
Renad Mansour speaks about where he sees Tehran's ambitions on the global stage.

China's checkbook diplomacy

Al Jazeera - 3 hours 10 min ago
Is Beijing's latest banking effort a part of a larger strategy to reshape the global balance of power?

Nuclear talks with Iran

Al Jazeera - 3 hours 14 min ago
The talks regarding Iran's nuclear capabilities have been ongoing for many years. These are some of the key moments.

Toronto looks to Vancouver for advice on hosting Pan Am Games

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 19 min ago

Transportation planners involved in preparing for the upcoming Pan Am Games have been consulting their counterparts in Vancouver, which hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics, and say they've learned from their predecessor's victories and challenges.

Ken Dryden's futuristic classroom a cross-Canada experiment

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 29 min ago

Ken Dryden sits in a classroom at McGill University in Montreal ready to talk to students about the future. His face beams into four other classrooms across the country — namely in St. John's, Toronto, Saskataoon and Calgary.

Quebec premier hammers home province's problem with debt

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 39 min ago

The province pays more than $30 million a day on its debt, said Premier Philippe Couillard on Sunday.

Alberta's new Wildrose leader 'doesn't believe in crossing floors'

CBC Canadian News - 3 hours 40 min ago

It is the first day in power for the new leader of Alberta's Official Opposition party and Brian Jean is primed for a fight, taking a hard jab at outgoing leader Danielle Smith who defected to the Conservatives.

Man dies after standoff at Ontario Walmart

CBC Canadian News - 4 hours 1 min ago

Ontario's police watchdog is investigating the death of a 58-year-old man after a standoff in a Peterborough parking lot that forced a lockdown at a Walmart on Saturday.

Sudan elections - what elections?

Al Jazeera - 4 hours 6 min ago
With only weeks left, Khartoum bears few signs that elections are near.
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