Sara Sterk from the Andrea Wolf Institute appeared in a conference hosted by Hungarian Rojava Solidarity group Szolidaritás Rojavával (https://www.facebook.com/DefendRojavaHU/?fref=tag).
The conference aims were as follows:
Through the introduction and analysis of this biggest existing, left-wing, anti-capitalist alternative, Rojava, and the current Northern Syrian situation, we will take a look at the current revolutionary wave.
In the recent period, mass protests and revolutionary movements emerged in many countries throughout the world, such as in Sudan, Chile, Iran, Algeria, France, Haiti or Lebanon.
Through discussing its causes, characteristics and (possible) outcomes – our aim is to look at the opportunities of local, Eastern European political action.
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