ISE board and faculty member Brian Tokar reports: Dilar Dirik, a noted international voice of the Kurdish women’s movement, was a keynote speaker at the recent fifth international conference of Trise (Transnational Institute of Social Ecology), the European s cial ecology organization. Speaking via Skype from Cambridge, England to an audience of well over 100 […]Read More Presentation by Kurdish feminist, Dilar Dirik
TRISE has joined the international call for participation in the Social Summit for Climate in Madrid. For the complete list of signatories please visit the official website of the summit The unilateral decisions of, on one hand, Sebastián Piñera’s Chilean government to cancel the hosting of COP 25 in Chile, ignoring the months-long work already […]Read More Beyond COP25: People for Climate
We at TRISE are glad to announce that our book, containing the proceedings from our 2017 conference, is finally out. It is titled “Social Ecology and the Right to the City: Towards Ecological and Democratic Cities” and has been edited by Federico Venturini, Emet Degirmenci, and Inés Morales. Description of the book: Cities today […]Read More Social Ecology and the Right to the City
On October 25-27, in the municipal cultural center of the city of Athens, the fifth TRISE conference took place under the motto “Power to destroy, power to create: building a culture of resistance – towards radical social change”. The three-day event offered a rich programme, which explored in depth contemporary democratic and ecological theories […]Read More Report from TRISE’s 2019 conference
Yesterday (23/10/19) an event entitled “Climate change and the strategies from below” took place in Athens (Greece), at the self-managed theater Empros. It was intended as promotional for the upcoming TRISE conference, which will take place at the end of this week (25-27 October) in the city of Athens. It also raised important questions, […]Read More Report from the event “Climate change and the strategies from below”
Originally published by Make Rojava Green Again here. We, organisations working to secure an ecological and democratic future, condemn the war declared unilaterally by the Turkish government on north-east Syria. This war has absolutely no legitimate justification. It is is a crime and is severely exacerbating the war in the region. This aggression targets the […]Read More Stop Turkish State‘s Brutal War on Northeast Syria! Solidarity with Rojava!