Udvinding af råstoffer i Grønland – Er det en god ide? 6/6 kl 19

Mandag d. 6. juni 2016 kl. 19.00 – 22.00
Enhedslisten, Studiestræde 24, over gården, 1455 Kbh K

Aaja Chemnitz Larsen, MF, Inuit Ataqatigiit, IA
Christian Juhl, MF, Enhedslisten

Hvad er status nu?
Hvilke udenlandske mineselskaber er der aftaler med?
Konsekvenser af udvindingen for den grønlandske befolkning?
Konsekvenser for miljøet?
Udvindingen af uran?
Hvad er Danmarks rolle?

Arr: Transform!Danmark & Enhedslisten

Generalforsamling d 26/5-16 kl 17 og møde om Grønland d 6/6-16 kl 19

Til Medlemmer og interesserede i Transform!Danmark

I indkaldes og inviteres hermed til Transform!Danmarks årlige Generalforsamling, der finder finder sted torsdag den 26.
maj, kl. 17, i Solidaritetshuset, Griffenfeldsgade 42, 2200 Kbh. N.

Ifølge vedtægterne skal dagsorden for ordinær generalforsamling som minimum indeholde følgende punkter:

1. Valg af dirigent
2. Årsberetning samt godkendelse heraf
3. Fremlæggelse af regnskab, budget og kontingent samt godkendelse heraf.
4. Indkomne forslag. Forslag skal være indkommet senest en uge før generalforsamlingen.
5. Valg til bestyrelse
6. Valg af revisor
7. Eventuelt

En uge inden generalforsamlingen udsendes en reminder med en evt. uddybet dagsordenen samt med forslag til beretning og arbejdsplan for det næste år.
Bestyrelsen har først for nylig afholdt sit første møde siden den internationale Transform konference den 12. marts, der igen i år var meget vellykket.
En rappport på engelsk om konferencen sendes senere. Næsten alle taler og 2 videoer er nu lagt på hjemmesiden, se: www.transformdanmark.dk
Bestyrelsen har besluttet at næste års internationale Transform konference finder sted lørdag den 18. marts 2017.

Transform!Danmarks vedtægter vedhæftes.

Alle interesserede er velkomne til generalforsamlingen.
Kontinget er 100 kr. årligt, der kan indbetales på konto nummer: 8411 – 4155593

Møde om Grønland d 6/6-16 kl 19

Endelig gøres I opmærksom på, at Transform!Danmark afholder offentligt debatmøde mandag den 6. juni, kl. 19 i Studiestræde 24, stuen, lokalet over gården. Mødet handler om udvinding af råstoffer i Grønland.
Vedr. dette se nedenfor. En flyer med det endelige program udsendes snart.

De bedste hilsner,
Transform!Danmarks bestyrelse

International Transform Conference 2016 – Saturday 12th March 2016

International Transform Conference 2016 – Saturday 12 March 2016


Red/Green AlternativesBreaking with Growth and Neo-liberalism

Venue: HK København, Svend Aukens Plads 11, 2300 Copenhagen S

This is the fifth international conference organized by the Transform!Danmark network, continuing its work to help develop left alternatives in the economic and ecological field.

Report from the meeting

As opposed to the conferences in 2013 and 2014, which focused mainly on alternatives to growth, we will continue the path of the 2015 conference to link red and green alternatives, as there is a gap between the two, which we believe needs to be bridged.

This year’s conference will focus both on short-term and strategic aspects of red and green alternatives to growth and neoliberalism, as well as to include the issue of “commons” to be an integral part of the economic and ecological alternatives that we are seeking to develop.

The conference explores the content, perspective and role of eco-socialism and eco-feminism as well as reflections and alternatives in the present crisis of how to deal with it and take concrete steps and action.

Organisers: Transform!Danmark in cooperation with the transform!europe network, and supported by Enhedslisten/the Red­‐Green Alliance, Grobund  (left educational association), Det Ny Clarté, Solidaritet and others.


Participation fee (to cover for food and drink during the day): 100 DKK (to be paid in cash at the entrance) 



9:30: Registration and coffee/tea etc.

10:00: Welcome

10:15-11:00:  Richard Smith, USA, economic historian, PhD University of California, Los Angeles.

Six Theses on Saving the Planet”. A transition to a largely planned, mostly publicly-owned economy based on democratic governance and rough socio-economic equality is the only alternative to market-driven planetary collapse.


11:00-11:45: Shalmali Guttal, India, Executive Director, Focus on the Global South.

The creative power and resistance potential of the commons”. The climate crisis demands that we radically change the way we produce, consume and live. The Commons offer us a new way to approach nature, wealth, knowledge and human capacity that move us away from individualism, commodification and acquisition, and towards collectivities, relationships and synergies.

paper, Interview with Shalmali Guttal on page 6

11:45-12:00: Coffee break

12:00-13:00:  Questions and debate

13:00-14:00: Lunch

14:00-16:30: Parallel seminars on 1) Eco-socialist and eco-feminist perspectives; 2) Breaking with current policies and developments.

Seminar 1: Eco-socialist and eco-feminist perspectives

Corinne Morel Darleux, France, National Secretary in charge of Ecosocialism and Regional Councellor, Parti de Gauche, France.

Ecosocialism : a project to reconcile environment and jobs, citizens and politics

While austerity still spreads in Europe, the last climate summit Cop21 in Paris has once again failed to meet ambitious objectives, and it becomes more and more obvious that economics, climate and social issues need a brand new approach, combining long-term and complex thinking, articulated to social movements and alternatives.

Video, paper

Ariel Salleh, Australia, Associate Professor, University of Western Sydney, social ecologist’

Ecofeminism – listening to the deepest eco-socialist voice

The word “ecofeminism” might be new, but the pulse behind it has always driven women’s efforts to save their livelihood and make their communities safe. Ecological feminists are both street fighters and philosophers.

Video, paper

Seminar 2: Breaking with current policies and developments

Haris Golemis, Greece, Director of Nicos Poulantzas Institute, economist.

The Radical Left in Government: A Necessary but not Sufficient Condition for Breaking with Neoliberalism.The hope that the rise of SYRIZA to power, in January 2015, would be a first step towards breaking with neoliberalism in Greece and the EU did not finally come true. Seven months later, a third Memorandum of austerity was imposed on this small country of the European periphery. Following this unhappy development, but also the aggressive expansion of austeritarian politics throughout Europe, there is an urgent need for the European radical Left to rethink its strategy and tactics at both national and European level.

Asbjørn Wahl, Norway, Campaign for the Welfare State, researcher and author.

The current crises as an opportunity for social transformation”. We are faced with a multiplicity of crises with many of the same root causes. This gives us an opportunity to build broad coalitions of resistance. It is an interest-based struggle, and the balance of power has to be shifted considerably. Alternatives have to be more than wishful thinking, and it is as much about agency as policy. We have to overcome the political and ideological crisis on the left.

On European Labour, www.socialistproject.ca, overheads

Nancy Holmstrom, USA, Rutgers Universtity, Newark, Department of Philosophy.

Promising signs of radical change in consciousness – to reverse the prioritization of private property over collective”. The dominant individualist conception of rationality and the prioritization of private property over collective must be reversed. There are some promising signs of a radical change in consciousness.


16:30-16:45: Coffee break

17:00-18:00: Concluding debate in plenary between the speakers of the conference and the participants on the main topics of the day