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Mar

Matica hrvatskih obrtnika, Zagreb

Druga konferencija o dobroj ekonomiji

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Nov

Sarajevo, 27.-30.11.2014

Otvoreni Univerzitet

21

Nov

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju / Kraljice Natalije 45 / Beograd

Stradanje Roma u Srbiji za vreme Holokausta

21

Oct

Muzej Vojvodine / Dunavska 37 / Novi Sad

Pisma i poruke antifašista iz Banjičkog logora

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Oct

Beograd, Trg republike

Oslobođenje Beograda

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AKTUELNO
08.12.2014 | Dom omladine Beograda, Beograd
Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
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08.01.2014 | Skopje, Makedonija

Politics and Critique

Opening of the School for Politics and Critique - Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, Macedonia

RLS - SEE / Politics and Critique

The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje is proud to announce the opening of the "School for politics and critique" which is organized through the support of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Belgrade Office. The first seminar will be delivered by the famous British journalist, writer and political activist Richard Seymour, on 15th of January 2014.

The seminar  'Perspectives of the European left' will elaborate the diversity of political dynamics in the acting of the left in Europe, the possible political alternatives to the neoliberal establishment, the coalition model of SYRIZA and the need for a new driving idea of the political left.   

The "School for politics and critique" aims strengthening of the theoretical and practical skills of Macedonia's activists for the purpose to answer the challenges of the neoliberal policies that has come to over-dominate the political and everyday life.  

The School will directly support the activists in the development of a sustained political rhetoric thorough providing substantial means for delivering socially and ideologically informed analysis and critique. The seminars will provide a space for strengthening of knowledge, discussions and exchange in key topics of Marxist theory and revolutionary praxis.

The School will be organized throughout 2014 and will be methodologically organized in two-day seminars that will take place during one weekend of each month except July and August.      

 

Below is a full list of all the seminars:

1. Introduction to the current context of the left in Europe; Richard Seymour - leftist writer, columnist and activist, UK;

2. Marxist theory as a tool for analysis and critique of neoliberal economy; Primož Krašovec - DPU Slovenia;

3. Strengthening of the socialist rhetoric in the fight against nationalism; Artan Sadiku - ISSH-S, Solidarnost, Macedonia;

4. Nationality without; French philosopher Jacques Ranciere;

5. How to build a socialist platform/initiative: towards a socialist manifesto and political mobilization; Anej Kosika and Luka Mesec - Initiative for democratic socialism, Slovenia;

6. Breaking the media blackout of the left: strategies for promulgating a leftists discourse in the media; Stipe Ćurković, Editor of Le Monde Diplomatique Croatian Edition and member of the Centar za radničke studije/Centre for Workers Studies, Croatia;

7. Allying the rising feminist discourse and the left in Macedonia; Katerina Kolozova - author, philosopher, activist, ISSH-S, Macedonia;

8. The road towards a historic bloc: reviving syndicalism and alliances with unions; Zdravko Savevski - Solidarnost; Tamara Causidis - Journalists Union, Macedonia;

9. Prospects for a left alternative for labor legislation; Dimitar Apasiev - Lenka, Macedonia;  

10.Articulating a socialist demand for popular protest movements; Georgi Medarov - Haspel, Bulgaria;

11. Challenges of a radical left in the political process -  Ludovikos Kotsonopulos -  Nicos Poulantzas Institute and SYRIZA Greece;

12. Introduction to radical theory: (1) Foucault, Althusser, Deleuze; (2) Badiou, Butler, Negri; Maja Muhić - philosopher, writer, activist;     

13. Economic crisis and political economy, Goran Musić - Crvena Kritika, Serbia.

 




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