We are happy to announce that the next TRISE conference will take place in Athens in October 25 & 26, 2019. The conference will debate the current municipalist movements and what social ecology can offer for their development beyond statecraft and capitalist modernity. More details on the theme of the conference and the call for […]Read More Breaking News… new TRISE conference – Athens, October 2019
Written by Sandy Dacombe in February 2001, originally published on the blog On Africa We are proud to have Brian Morris as one our six keynote speakers at the Conference in Thessaloniki in September. We here publish a portrait of him written in 2001. After talking to Professor Brian Morris, I find […]Read More Antrop-apologist
We are proud to present the keynote speakers of our Conference in Thessaloniki 1-3 of September! Read the full program of the conference here! Brian Morris, London Keynote speech title: “The legacy of Murray Bookchin” Brian Morris is emeritus professor of anthropology at Goldsmiths College at the University of London. He is a […]Read More Keynote speakers announced!
“Democracy was born at local level, and that’s where we can win it back.” Barcelona en Comú – the radical citizen platform currently running the city, invites to an international municipalist summit in June 9-11 called Fearless cities! The event will include debates and workshops on key policy areas and municipalist organizing. An excerpt from […]Read More “Fearless Cities” – a summit on the new municipalism, by Barcelona en Comú
The Right to the City and Social Ecology – Towards Ecological and Democratic Cities The TRANSNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL ECOLOGY (TRISE) is glad to announce its fourth conference, taking place in Thessaloniki, Greece, from 1st to 3rd of September 2017. Follows here the description of the call for papers which closed on […]Read More Call for Papers! Closed on the 1st of July
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” […]Read More The Right to the City: Toward democratic and ecological cities