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Virtual Events — Social Ecology

Enlightenment and Ecology: The Legacy of Murray Bookchin in the 21st Century Book Launch

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The 14th of January marks 100 years of Murray Bookchin's birth. This is a significant anniversary for us as we believe his thought, always political and directed towards radical social change, is of crucial importance for our future. For this reason we chose to invite some of the contributors of the book Enlightenment and Ecology to a dialogue about Bookchin's legacy today.

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Your Freedom and Mine: On the Kurdish Movement

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August 15, 1984, signals the beginning of the Kurdish freedom movement led by Abdullah Öcalan. The revolution in Rojava would not have been possible without decades of resistance and the ideological works of Öcalan and the PKK, which had special emphasis on the principles of participatory democracy, confederal solidarity, anti-capitalism, dual power, and feminism (expressed in Jineology).

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Transformative Planning: Radical Alternatives to Neoliberal Urbanism Livestream

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 discussion on urban planning and radical alternatives to neoliberal urbanism.

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Social Ecology and the Right to the City: From the Middle East to the USA

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Across the world, a new wave of urban social movements are arising: movements building economic, social, and political alternatives based on solidarity, equality, and participation. At the forefront of these, social ecology is emerging as a rich body of ideas spanning disciplines as diverse as democracy, economics, and urbanism to technology, philosophy, and social development.

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