Populism can be a good starting point for political action. What really matters is: where do you go then? The difference with right-wing populism is that it rejects the social route.
So long as social democratic market economics remain indistinguishable from neoliberalism, expect European discontent to continue.
In this podcast activists across North America talk about intersectionality. Let's bring together gender justice, socialism, feminism, economics. What will you add to the mix?
Why should we put our 'feelings' aside when looking at the issue of prostitution?
Talking Radical Radio
Roger Annis talks about a Vancouver group that is experimenting with new ways to bring together thought and action that are both pro-worker and pro-environment.
In a time when the Harper government is cutting funding to Canada's health-care system -- and by extension transforming the national identity -- citizens need to be re-introduced to Tommy Douglas.
Mar 7, 2014
25 Cecil StreetToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 24.0768" N, 79° 23' 46.4748" W
Come and hear NUMSA's General Secretary, Irvin Jim, on "New Working Class Leadership and the Prospects for Socialist Politics in South Africa."
Costas Lapavitsas delves into the world of finance to discuss its dramatic impact on the world's economy and the innovative concept of financialization.
Feb 2, 2014
612 Markham St M6G 2L8Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6832" W
This event will feature a reading and talk by the author and a member of Jane Finch Action Against Poverty, as well a discussion among those in attendance about the topics touched on in the book.
Michael Laxer argues that the idea of the 'elitist' radical is right wing myth