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Life, Freedom, & Ethics: Kropotkin Now! International Conference

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An international conference to commemorate the anarchist thinker and geographer Peter Kropotkin, a century since his death.

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Enlightenment and Ecology: The Legacy of Murray Bookchin in the 21st Century Book Launch

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The 14th of January marks 100 years of Murray Bookchin's birth. This is a significant anniversary for us as we believe his thought, always political and directed towards radical social change, is of crucial importance for our future. For this reason we chose to invite some of the contributors of the book Enlightenment and Ecology to a dialogue about Bookchin's legacy today.

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The Forgotten Revolution: The 1919 Hungarian Republic of Councils

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The 1919 rebellion by the Habsburg Empire’s Hungarian subjects—millions of working men and women—has not been treated kindly by historians over the past century for fear that full disclosure of its true dimensions may spark a repeat performance on a global scale, bringing both capitalism and socialism as we know them to their knees.

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Why Canada Doesn’t Deserve a UN Security Council Seat

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In this talk, we discuss why the international community should not reward bad behaviour, and should oppose Canada’s bid for a seat on the UN Security Council. 

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Transformative Planning: Radical Alternatives to Neoliberal Urbanism Livestream

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 discussion on urban planning and radical alternatives to neoliberal urbanism.

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