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EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL ABOUT ENERGY DEMOCRACY
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy - June 2015


Other publications in "Projects"

UP FROM DEVELOPMENT
Rohan D. Mathews with Susana Barria & Ashim Roy
November 2016

THE STRUGGLE FOR A UN TREATY
Jens Martens and Karolin Seitz
August 2016

AN ILLNESS TO ONE IS THE CONCERN OF ALL
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
July 2016

Trade Unions for Energy Democracy is a global, multi-sector network of labor leaders dedicated to advancing democratic direction and control of energy in a way that promotes solutions to the climate crisis, energy poverty, and the degradation of both land and people and that responds to attacks on workers’ rights and protections.

One of the goals of this initiative is to advance a better understanding of what “energy democracy” can mean to the labor movement. To this end, the initiative has published already four working papers and recently an animated video. The video is available in English, French, Spanish, German, and Arabic.

Now you can also download free educational material consisting of a Poster and a Fact Sheet.



Other publications in "Projects"

UP FROM DEVELOPMENT
Rohan D. Mathews with Susana Barria & Ashim Roy
November 2016

THE STRUGGLE FOR A UN TREATY
Jens Martens and Karolin Seitz
August 2016

AN ILLNESS TO ONE IS THE CONCERN OF ALL
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
July 2016

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Talking About Democratic Socialism 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Fall 1989 was a moment of radical transformation for the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Already many GDR citizens had migrated to West Germany to escape state repression. On November 4, almost half a million other GDR citizens gathered at Alexanderplatz in Berlin for a peaceful protest,...
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Talking About Democratic Socialism 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Fall 1989 was a moment of radical transformation for the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Already many GDR citizens had migrated to West Germany to escape state repression. On November 4, almost half a million other GDR citizens gathered at Alexanderplatz in Berlin for a peaceful protest, calling for the democratization of the socialistic state. Organized by......
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