Why should you join CURLS 2019? III

Pema Rinzin (Bhutan) Pema is currently working as an Associate Lecturer in Department of Sustainable Development, College of Natural Resources, Royal University of Bhutan.Attending the CURLS program has taught me a lot. Firstly, getting to meet people from diverse cultures and of different ages and being able to share this learning journey together with all the participants was very memorable and enriching experience for me. Especially … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? III

Why should you join CURLS 2019? I

Ishanya Anthapur: Ishy (USA)Ishanya Anthapur: Ishy (USA) Ishy is a student intern and CURLS 2018 participant studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University.  Curls 2018 has given me the gift of impetus. While I’ve been a generally knowledgeable citizen about ongoing crises and world issues, I haven’t always been the most active person. At one point in my life I thought, “I do not … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? I

CURLS 2018 REPORT

CURLS 2018 under the theme Healing Earth, Healing Society, Healing Self brought over 24 participants from around the world to the concept of Healing through many different perspectives. The participants discovered that Healing Self is also part of the process that will help them transform our global governance towards genuine sustainability and inclusive social justice. For more information, please download CURLS 2018 report below: CURLS … Continue reading CURLS 2018 REPORT

CURLS Summer School 2018: The Art of Healing – Anupan Pluckpankhajee

Anupan Pluckpankhajee, is founder and director of Seven Arts Inner Place at Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai province. He is a painter and one of the earliest recognized pioneers of art therapy in Thailand. Anupan became a colour specialist with his profound study and interest in light, darkness and colours in the tradition of Liane Collot d’Herbois. He started Seven Arts Inner Place, an art studio … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2018: The Art of Healing – Anupan Pluckpankhajee

CURLS Summer School 2018: Dialogue on Gross National Happiness (GNH) – Dasho Karma Ura

Dialogue on Gross National Happiness (GNH) with Dasho Karma Ura. Are happiness and wellbeing individual issues or are social and environmental conditions making impact on how we feel and how we act? Can we speak of “public happiness” and can we measure it? Does the GNH Index provide a guideline for policy decisions of government, the business sector and civil society? And is article 5 … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2018: Dialogue on Gross National Happiness (GNH) – Dasho Karma Ura

CURLS Summer School 2018: Sombath Somphone Public Lecture – Daw Lahpai Seng Raw

Module II: Chiang Dao – The Art of Healing Sombath Somphone Public Lecture To keep alive the legacy of Sombath Somphone, PDR Laos, who disappeared in Vientiane, 2012. Daw Lahpai Seng Raw is the founder of Metta Development Foundation, Myanmar’s largest NGO which runs healthcare, agriculture and peace projects. A member of the Kachin ethnic minority. She is at the forefront in facing challenges in … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2018: Sombath Somphone Public Lecture – Daw Lahpai Seng Raw

CURLS Summer School 2018: Right Livelihood Public Lecture – Nnimmo Bassey

Healing Earth, Healing Society, Healing Self School for Wellbeing and the Wellbeing Studies Programme Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summer School (CURLS) Programme duration: 21st July – 4th August 2018. CURLS 2018 contents 4 modules Module I: Chulalongkorn University: academia – Civil Society Dialogue Right Livelihood Public Lectures Nnimmo Bassey (born 1958) is a Nigerian architect, environmental activist, author and poet. He chaired Friends of the … Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2018: Right Livelihood Public Lecture – Nnimmo Bassey

CURLS SUMMER SCHOOL 2018: DRAFTED SCHEDULE is available for download

The Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summerschool (CURLS) is an opportunity for young researchers, activists, and practitioners to interact with recipients of the Right Livelihood Award. ✅ The Right Livelihood Award is often referred to as the “alternative Nobel Prize”. 💥 The four partners below are a powerful force who together founded the Well-being Studies Programme, an academia-civil society platform for action-research and transformative learning. — … Continue reading CURLS SUMMER SCHOOL 2018: DRAFTED SCHEDULE is available for download

WHAT IS GOING TO BE ON CURLS 2018? II

The Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summer School (CURLS) is an opportunity for young researchers, activists, and practitioners to interact with recipients of the Right Livelihood Award. ✅ The Right Livelihood Award is often referred to as the “alternative Nobel Prize”. 💥 The four partners below are a powerful force who together founded the Well-being Studies Programme, an academia-civil society platform for action-research and transformative learning. … Continue reading WHAT IS GOING TO BE ON CURLS 2018? II

WHAT IS GOING TO BE ON CURLS 2018?? I

CURLS aims to inspire towards creative leadership for social, inner and global transformation. CURLS 2018 July 21st  –  August 4th  with public lectures Saturday July 21st  and Thursday August 2nd, 2018. The Chulalongkorn University Right Livelihood Summer School (CURLS) is hosted by Sulak Sivaraksa, Right Livelihood Award (the “Alternative Nobel Prize”) laureate 1995; with public lecture and workshop by: Nnimmo Bassey, Nigeria, Africa, Right Livelihood … Continue reading WHAT IS GOING TO BE ON CURLS 2018?? I