What kind of continent do transnational social movements and leftist political circles that create networks of European collaborations struggle for?
What does contemporary Europe and its future look like through the eyes of activists from its Southern, Western and Eastern territories?
What role in a growing wave of new political formations on the left could East-Central Europe play? And what should we say about the future of democracy on this continent? A discussion about a new, truly united and solidary Europe.
This debate is part of the 3rd Jacek Kuroń Festival within the Time to Talk network of the debates.
The debate as part of the festival took place with the support of the European Union’s Europe for Citizens Programme and as part of an international series of debates on the same theme in cities around Europe, including Barcelona, Bratislava, Brussels, London, Sofia and Warsaw.