Written by Janet Biehl. Excerpt from Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics (Boston: South End Press, 1991), pp150-157. Social ecology distinguishes between statecraft, as a system of dealing with the public realm by means of professionalized administrators and their legal monopoly on violence, on the one hand, and politics, as the management of the community on a grassroots […]Read More Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics: Cteatinga New Political Realm
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) 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 – Informal […]Read More TRISE 2021 Conference: The Program is Out!
Written by Jemma Neville I live on Constitution Street in the Leith area of Edinburgh, northeast Scotland, United Kingdom. Maybe you know the street, maybe you don’t. That doesn’t particularly matter for the purpose of the story I want to share with you. For certain, you will know another street well. Maybe it’s the street […]Read More Rights Begin in the Small Places Closest to Home: A Story from Constitution Street
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
Written by Diana Bogado, Noel Manzano and Marta Solanas Introduction The phenomena of squatting and occupying currently constitute global methods of resisting the “neoliberal” dynamic of the global metropolis. We use the term occupy to refer to housing occupations that seek to guarantee shelter for populations without resources, and the term squat to allude to […]Read More Squatting as Claiming the Right to the City