Register on EventBrite right here: https://www.eventbrite.fi/e/murray-bookchin-100-trise-2021-conference-tickets-170069074179 Livestream from our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrtCFbkNQTIVuOP0F3q4uw/video Join the Facebook Event: https://fb.me/e/1YCbOwwyU _____________________________________________________________ FULL PROGRAM (PDF HERE) SATURDAY 30th OCTOBER Time zone: CEST / UTC +2 16:00-17:00 Political Practice & Activism Session 1: Davide Grasso – The Concept of Authority in Bookchin’s Works and Rojava’s Communalism Azize Cay – […]Read More TRISE 2021 Conference: The Program is Out!
Written by Eeva Berglund and originally published on her blog. COVID changes everything Before COVID19 became a pandemic, I proposed to the Finnish Journal of Urban Studies, the only professional publication in Finland dedicated to urban research and spatial planning, that I write a review for them (in Finnish) of this book. I’m working on it. Here, […]Read More Social Ecology and the Right to the City – Review
Written by Peter G. Prontzos. Originally published on Canadian Dimension here This collection, published last year by Black Rose Books, is based on the theme of a conference held in Greece in 2017—“The Right to the City and Social Ecology: Towards Ecological and Democratic Cities”—and organized by the Transnational Institute of Social Ecology (TRISE). […]Read More Review: New collection proposes bold ideas on systemic urban change
Originally published at https://ada2019.barcelona/ca/international-endorsement-letter To the people of Barcelona, We’re living in times of great uncertainty. Across the world, inequalities are deepening, the far right is attacking the foundations of our democracy, and climate change is threatening life itself. But against this backdrop, you can be proud that Barcelona has become a beacon […]Read More International endorsement letter for Barcelona En Comú
Written by Janet Biehl in July 2015, originally published on her blog. Today Rojava has become the epicenter of popular desires for radical democratic change. Like Paris in 1789, St. Petersburg in 1905 and 1917, and Barcelona in 1936-37, it crystallizes an era’s aspirations for social and political revolution. The last book that Murray […]Read More The Revolutionary Moment