Our best chance for solving the climate crisis — direct democracy and equality

The apocalyptic images that we see in contemporary fictional cinema and literature seem to be not that far from materializing and in real life. Talks about the end of life as we know it are beginning to make more sense as information about the possible consequences of the unfolding global warming is coming from the […]

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February 27, 2017

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The Right to the City: Toward democratic and ecological cities

  Conference in Thessaloniki, September 1-3, 2017 TRISE is glad to announce its forthcoming conference, taking place in Thessaloniki in September 1-3, 2017! The conference will last from Friday to Sunday and consist of a broad range of seminars, workshops, paper presentations and round-table discussions. With the theme “The Right to the City: Toward democratic and ecological cities” […]

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February 27, 2017

A critical perspective on social ecology and urban crises: learning about, with and from urban social movements in Rio de Janeiro.

Last Spring, TRISE member Federico Venturini completed his PhD in Human Geography at the University of Leeds.  Federico’s dissertation offers an in-depth study of radical urban social movements in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and explores the lessons of these movements through the lens of social ecology. Here’s the abstract: We are currently facing incredible challenges […]

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December 30, 2016

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The fallacy of ‘Fair Growth’ and the alternative of Social Ecology

  On September 14 in Athens (Greece) it was held an event entitled “The Fallacy of ‘Fair Growth’ and the alternative of Social Ecology”, co-organized by TRISE and the Greek political journal Babylonia. The event took place at the free social space Nosotros, located at the historic neighborhood Exarcheia, famous for its politically active inhabitants, […]

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October 16, 2016

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TRISE at the World Social Forum in Montreal

TRISE is at place at the World Social Forum in Montreal 9th -14th August! Together with our close comrades Black Rose Books and the Institute for Social Ecology we help to organize a whole set of workshops from the 10th -13th (Wednesday to Saturday). Below you find a list of links to the different workshops. A poster, […]

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Report on the Lyons Social Ecology Gathering 2016

  The French « Rencontres internationales d’écologie sociale » recently discussed ways to overcome capitalism. At the center of the discussions: libertarian municipalism as an alternative to the nation-state and the need to renew militancy.   By Les Incontrôlé-e-s On May 27-29, 2016, radical ecologists, supporters of degrowth, and anarchists gathered in Lyons for the first Rencontres […]

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July 22, 2016

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