Testimony Chula Right Livelihood Summer School 2016: Solidarity for the Mother Earth, Solidarity for all.

‘Everybody has equal responsibility to the commons and shares a direct responsibility to transfer its wealth to future generations. The commons radically oppose both the State and private property as shaped by market forces, and are powerful sources of emancipation and social justice.’ -Ugo Mattei , First Thoughts for a Phenomenology of the Commons.  This quote aptly captures the predicament that society faces today, a … Continue reading Testimony Chula Right Livelihood Summer School 2016: Solidarity for the Mother Earth, Solidarity for all.

CURLS 2017 REPORT

CURLS 2017 under the theme People-Planet Partnership took over 24 people from around the world to learn from these four modules: ​​Module​ ​1​ ​Chulalongkorn​ ​University​ ​(July​ ​18​th​​ ​–​ ​21​st​)  ❖ The​ ​history​ ​of​ ​science​ ​and​ ​fragmentation​ ​of​ ​world​ ​view ❖ Neoliberalism​ ​and​ ​the​ ​politics​ ​of​ ​climate​ ​change ❖ Exploring​ ​the​ ​landscape​ ​of​ ​development​ ​in​ ​the​ ​21st​ ​century Module​ ​2​ ​Samoeng,​ ​Chiang​ ​Mai​ ​(July​ ​22​th​​ ​–​ … Continue reading CURLS 2017 REPORT

CURLS Summer School 2017: Right Livelihood Public Lecture

Co-Founder, Centre for Alternative Development Initiatives (CADI)    Editor and publisher of the internet-based news and analysis service TruthForce!    Nicanor has being running campaigns against nuclear power plants and pesticides, becoming one of the Philippines’ environmental leaders. During the late 1990s, Perlas’ focus has almost exclusively been on social movements and their power to change the worldeducating civil society about the effects of corporate globalisation.  Continue reading CURLS Summer School 2017: Right Livelihood Public Lecture

CURLS 2016 Testimony

‘Everybody has equal responsibility to the commons and shares a direct responsibility to transfer its wealth to future generations. The commons radically oppose both the State and private property as shaped by market forces, and are powerful sources of emancipation and social justice.’ -Ugo Mattei , First Thoughts for a Phenomenology of the Commons.    This quote aptly captures the predicament that society faces today, … Continue reading CURLS 2016 Testimony

CURLS 2016 REPORT

CURLS 2016 under the theme The Commons, Compassion, and Community was held at Chulalongkorn University, Bhutan, Chon Buri province, and Prachaub Khirikhan province to learn about the concept of property, the commons, and how to implement the knowledge that they learned throughout the journey to help their own communities. For more information, please download CURLS 2016 report below: CURLS 2016 Report Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rgpzg_GNi2RoFpPAauTODEjfDVhLFT4C Continue reading CURLS 2016 REPORT