This public webinar hosted by University of Glasgow, PSI, and the Transnational Institute (Amsterdam) will launch the Public Futures database and a global report on the state of remunicipalisation.
The online launch of the book entitled "Critical reflections on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)", edited by Jasmine Gideon (Birkbeck Geography Department) and Elaine Unterhalter (Institute of Education, University of London). The session will take place on Friday 5th February from 2:30 PM - 4:15 PM CET.
The Webinar will be presented in a dynamic and participatory format. An introductory framing will address the ongoing take over of corporate capture and privatization of global governance. From a multi-sectoral perspective, key movements and sectors (Health, Food, Education, Environment, High Tech) will share their struggles, strategies and common challenges.
Join us for an online discussion on 19th October 2020 bringing together for the first time current and former UN Special Rapporteurs to reflect on the impacts of privatisation and on renewed momentum and strategies for the public provision of services related to economic, social and cultural rights such as health, education, water sanitation and housing.
A virtual teach-in on creating a better future from the uprisings today against racism, global crises and pandemic
In the light of Covid the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has distributed emergency loans that encourage increases in health expenditure. However, there are major problems with this. Join this webinar to hear from the latest research and what this means for public sector health and education workers on the frontline.
The ongoing covid-19 pandemic has placed healthcare workers (HCWs) at an unprecedented occupational risk of morbidity and mortality. This joint online event jointly on the occasion of World Patient Safety Day 2020, aims to highlight, understand, and move towards addressing the occupational safety and health status of nurses in India.
Join the Global Alliance for Tax Justice - take part in the Global Days of Action for Tax Justice Amidst the COVID-Induced Crisis from 14-17 September 2020.
On September 3rd hundreds of trade unionists from more than 60 countries will meet for the fifth in a series of virtual global dialogues aimed at strengthening our response to the current crisis. Join us.
The COVID-19 pandemic will have a massive impact on the implementation of the SDGs and the fulfilment of human rights. The looming global recession will dramatically increase unemployment, poverty and hunger worldwide. Moreover, the crisis threatens to further deepen discrimination and inequalities.