What makes a city habitable and worth living in? What kind of housing policy is required to be socially fair and to make sure nobody will be forced to move out? What sort of infrastructure does it take to comply with ecological and social criteria at the same time? These and other questions will be discussed at the European Left Communal Forum in Vienna, on June 19th and 20th, 2020. The Forum focuses on exchanging practical examples of left communal politics from all over Europe.
Guests will be: Mia Haglund, City Councillor of Helsinki (Left Alliance), David Wagner, MP Luxembourg (Dei Lenk), Mercedes Vidal, City Councillor of Barcelona (EUiA), and Katalin Gennburg, Member of the Berlin House of Representatives (DIE LINKE). For registration and further information please contact info (at) european-left.org .