Towards Universal Animal Rights Approach

Written by Metin Güven The issue of animal rights has become increasingly complex for groups and social movements developing policies based on ecological views. Sustainable agriculture or agroecology methods may involve animal farming. Questions arise whether animal meat or dairy products could be part of these processes or whether universal veganism is the best option […]

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January 18, 2021

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The Evolution of the Kurdish Paradigm

  Written by Havin Guneser with Eleanor Finley What sets us apart as humans—especially those who struggle for freedom and reject injustice, inequality, oppression, and exploitation—is our imagination. We can refuse to accept that which is simply handed over to us as truth. Let us begin here in our exploration of the journey of the […]

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Reconceptualising the Right to the City and Spatial Justice Through Social Ecology

  Written by Federico Venturini   Introduction: Critically Exploring the Right to the City The aim of this work is to discuss the right to the city, spatial justice and social ecology in order to create new tools and understandings at the service of urban social movements aiming towards ecological and democratic cities.1 This work […]

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Memory against History: Black Lives Matter, Identity and the Revolution

  Written by TRISE member Leo Jubault. Originally published on Aftoleksi, here.   2020, the Season of War On the 14th of June 2020, Emmanuel Macron went to war – again. After Islamism, COVID-19, and before Lebanon, the French President answered to the decolonial movement as any head of any nationalistic and authoritarian regime would […]

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November 5, 2020

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Public Assemblies in Early Cities

  Written by TRISE member Yavor Tarinski. Originally published on Aftoleksi, here.   The greatest achievement of these human beings was the creation of cities. Dimitrios Roussopoulos[1] As Hannah Arendt has suggested, “To be political, to live in a polis, meant that everything was decided through words and persuasion and not through force and violence“[2]. […]

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October 30, 2020

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Re-evaluating the contribution of academic places into the visionary ‘biome’: A working hypothesis for an anti-example of ecological integration

Written by Christos Kotakis. Institute of Plant Biology, Biological Research Centre, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, POB 521, H-6701 Szeged, Hungary. The meaning of ‘academia’ is considered as a vital component of the society, still known since Plato’s ancient times. Nowadays, although newly technocratic ways of science’s improvement have been developed during the last six decades, […]

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October 18, 2020