Structure of TRISE: The Transnational Institute of Social Ecology (TRISE) is formed of two main groups: the Administrative Board (AB), or TRISE Board, the Advisory Council (AC), which includes all the members of TRISE. Function of TRISE Advisory Council (AC): Meetings of the TRISE Advisory Council: The General Assembly of TRISE’s AC is held every […]Read More TRISE Member Guidelines 2021
Social ecology provides an historical and dialectical understanding of the relationship between ecological degradation and the exploitation of human beings. We see the current ecological crisis as rooted in hierarchical social structures. These systems of domination express themselves in specific forms of exclusion and oppression, which include the concentration of economic and political power, sexism, […]Read More TRISE Mission Statement 2021
When the United Nations declared at the turn of this century that for the first time in human history the majority of people now live in cities and towns and that urbanization seems irreversible, the relevance of social ecology became even more evident. Our challenge is to recognize that cities must become ecological cities, […]Read More How TRISE was started
TRISE is a transnational network of intellectual activists founded in 2013. We seek to be a pan-European resource to all those concerned with real democracy. Our aim is to work across the entire Urban Question with both ecology and the development of urbanization as our main interests. Our activities are focused on research, education […]Read More What is TRISE?
This is the first mission statement of TRISE. It was was adopted at the first conference in 2013 and then slightly modified after the second one in 2014. A new mission statement has been adopted in 2021. TRISE mission statement – Toward Democratic and Ecological Cities At the United Nations Rio + 20 world summit that […]Read More First mission statement – 2013