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Seminars

MAY 18: COLONIAL LEGACIES TODAY: INDONESIA AND THE NETHERLANDS

26 April 2019
On May 18, the IIRE will host an event organized by Histori Bersama: This seminar will bring together two themes. One is colonialism in the Netherlands Indies as a form of racism, leaving ideological and mental legacies in the Netherlands and how those legacies can be identified, critiqued and overcome. The second is a critique of colonial policies and their impact on conditions in Indonesia until today. How are labor, agrarian, human rights and women's movements working to overcome those conditions? How can international collaboration on these issues be advanced?

IIRE Summer activities - 2016: Youth School and LGBTIQ seminar

6 September 2016

This summer the IIRE had two very successful international activities. From 6 to 10 of August, we organized the sixth LGBTIQ strategy seminar. These seminars are spaces for radical left LGBTIQ liberation activists to develop theory and strategy. This year's seminar was especially focused on issues of pink-washing and homo-nationalism, the use of (rhetorical) support for LGBTIQ rights to whitewash imperialism and nationalism.

2015 IIRE International Women’s Seminar: Connecting feminist activism worldwide

3 July 2015

Women’s Seminar 2015 assembled successfully at IIRE from 4th to 8th July. Organized by the women’s commission of the Fourth International , the seminar was attended by 30 women from 12 countries. Apart from Western European countries, there were participants from Philippines, Mexico, and the USA. The participants came from wide range of ages, from 17 to 70.

2014 LGBT seminar: building alliances for liberation

25 July 2014

The Fifth LGBT seminar at the IIRE took place from July 26 to July 29. Like the previous seminars, it was a gatherings of activists in LGBT movements from around the world who are committed to radical anti-capitalist politics.

The aim of the LGBT Seminar is to share and develop ideas on the most pressing topics concerning the struggle for human rights in the LGBT community, debate about strategies for LGBT liberation , and discuss how to participate in LGBT struggles on the basis of an anti-capitalist political project.

Fifth Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual seminar at IIRE

25 July 2014

The Fifth LGBT seminar at the IRE is taking place from July 26 to July 29. These seminars are gatherings of activists in LGBT movements from around the world who are committed to radical anti-capitalist politics. The aim of the LGBT Seminar is to share and develop ideas on the most pressing topics concerning the struggle for human rights in the LGBT community, debate about strategies for LGBT liberation , and discuss how to participate in LGBT struggles on the basis of an anti-capitalist political project.

Cinquième séminaire Lesbiennes, Gays, Bisexuels et Transsexuels (LGBT) à l’IIRF

25 July 2014

Le cinquième séminaire LGBT se tiendra du 26 au 29 juillet 2014. ces séminaires sont des moments de rencontre de militant.e.s du monde entier des mouvements LGBT impliquées dans des politiques radicales anticapitalistes.

L’objectifs de ces séminaires LGBT c’est de partager et développer des idées sur les sujets les plus urgents concernant la lutte pour les droits humains de la communauté LGBT, de débattre des stratégies pour la libération LGBT et de discuter comment participer aux luttes LGBT sur la base d’un projet politique anticapitaliste.

3rd IIRE Economy Seminar 2014

14 February 2014

The 3rd IIRE Economy Seminar is taking place between the 14th and the 16th February.

Following up on the sessions held in 2009 and 2011, this edition will go through the changing situation in the economies of the different continents, with a focus on the interaction between ecological and economic problems, and the debates on radical ways out of the crisis. Among the lecturers and participants, we will have well known economists like Michael Roberts, François Chesnais, Eric Toussaint, Ozlem Onaram, Claudio Katz, Cedric Durand, Michel Husson and environmentalist Daniel Tanuro.

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