In this piece, Ben Rosamond addresses the nature of the form of sovereign political power imposed in Aotearoa through colonisation. more
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 by Helen Potter, Moana Jackson discusses the constitutional transformation of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Registration is now open for The Return of Economic Planning, a conference co-hosted by the think tank Economic and Social Research Aotearoa and Organise Aotearoa, a new organisation organising against capitalism and its symptoms in Aotearoa/New Zealand. more
Housing markets in Aotearoa New Zealand have produced huge capital gains over the past few decades, at the same time as harming and displacing thousands of people. more
A successful left politics requires a party capable of responding to popular grievances while also fostering hopeful visions for the future. Such a party should be informed by and work with social movements, and have a critical but sustained engagement with the state. more
There has been a huge resurgence of the radical left in Europe since 2008. It has been enormously inspiring at times, even for those of us as far away as Aotearoa/New Zealand. more
The left think tank Economic and Social Research Aotearoa, with kind support from the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions, invites contributions to a three day international conference on the question of economic planning, Auckland 21–23 February 2018. more
Those of us on the radical left in Aotearoa/New Zealand find ourselves in the middle of 2017 facing yet another general election in which no parliamentary party seriously champions a future which will start to move us beyond capitalism and the legacies of colonisation. more