The workshops addressing the various areas and the questions structuring the debate will be held on the 19th and 20th of January, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the GNAM, Viale delle Belle Arti 131 - Rome.
In particular, the order of the workshops is as follows: A Critique of Political Economy and Who are the Communists? will be held simultaneously on the 19th of January; Communists Powers and Communism of the Sensible also will take place simultaneously on the 20th of January. The workshops will be attended by young researchers, activists, associations and groups involved in new mutualism, social syndicalism, the defence and reappropriation of the Commons. Each participant will deliver a ten minute talk in English.
The aim of the workshops is to reach shared conclusions that will be the starting point of the final general assembly that will be held January the 22nd, in the morning.
The following speakers will take part:
A Critique of political economy: Berlin Migrant Strikers (Germany), Marco Bersani (Attac), Marco Bertorello (economist, Genova), Bios Lab (Padova), Emanuele Braga (Macao, Milan), Renato Busarello (Smaschieramenti), Coordination des intermittents et précaires d'Île-de-France (France), Danilo Corradi (Communia.net, Rome), Alfonso Gianni («Alternative per il Socialismo»), Cristina Morini (Effimera, Milan), Maurilio Pirone (Tpo, Bologna), Elettra Stimilli (University of Pisa), Ums Ganze (Germany);
Who are the communists?: Loa Acrobax (Rome), Katerina Anastasiou (Transform Europe), Piero Bernocchi (COBAS), Salvatore Cannavò (journalist, Rome), Carlotta Cossutta (Ambrosia, Milano), Juan Domingo Sanchez Estop (Spain), IL – Interventionistische Linke (Germany), Julia Lindblom (Allt åt Alla, Sweden), Alberto Manconi (Exploit, Pisa), Militant, Plan C (London), Ariel Pennisi (Argentina), Sara Picchi (Rete Io Decido, Roma), Valerio Renzi (Astra, Rome);
Communism of the sensible: Marco Baravalle (Sale Docks, Venice), Emanuele Braga (Macao, Milan), Ilenia Caleo (Teatro Valle, Rome), Chiara Colasurdo/Gabriella Riccio (L'Asilo, Naples), Giorgio de Finis (MAAM, Rome), Alessandro Gagliardo (Catania), Daniele Giglioli (University of Bergamo), Diletta Mansella (Parigi), Massimiliano Nicoli (Paris), Giulia Palladini (Berlin), Giorgio Passerone (Paris), Carlos Prieto del Campo (Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid);
Communists powers: Giso Amendola (Università di Salerno), Beppe Caccia (EuroNomade), Antonello Ciervo (Strike, Fondazione Basso), Lorenzo Coccoli (University of Tor Vergata), Xavi Ferrer (Barcelona en Comú), Eleonora Forenza (European Parliament), Jean-Louis Fournel (Université Paris VIII), Loukia Kotronaki (Dyktio, Greece), Paola Lattaro (Napoli per Aleppo), Massa Critica (Naples), E. Igor Mineo (University of Palerme), Paolo Napoli (EHESS Paris), Valeria Ribeiro Corossacz (University of Modena), Simón Vazquez (Tigre de Paper, Barcelone).