‘Savitribai Phule’s Relevance in Today’s Feminist Movement’ – Episode 3 of Webinar *कल से कल की तरफ़ / from yesterday, towards tomorrow*
Inviting you all for the third episode in this series with Activist Adv. Nisha Shiurkar on Savitribai’ Phule’s Relevance in Today’s Feminist Movement.
We, at Vikalp Sangam initiated a webinar series named कल से कल की तरफ़ / from yesterday, towards tomorrow, which explores the relevance of ideas, ideals and principles of Indian thought leaders of the yesteryears, and sees live examples of their applications manifesting around us. These will be valuable conversations, especially given the multiple crises India (and the world) are going through right now and attempt to co-create a vision of a collective future.
Date: 11th January, 2024 (Thursday)
Time: 05:00 pm IST
Please register in advance for this webinar to receive the meeting link.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the information about joining the webinar.
We started this series with celebrated journalist-author and Founder of Ahimsa Conversations, Rajni Bakshi on The Relevance and Applications of Gandhi’s Principles of Non-Violence for Today’s Crises. Watch the episode here: https://www.youtube.com/live/fhyO55aGFjU?feature=shared&t=4
The second episode was with Indian historian and environmentalist Ramachandra Guha on Gandhi’s Relevance in Today’s Crises. Watch the episode here: https://www.youtube.com/live/xT1SfqHKIHI?si=icaq3y0jzU3XKGON
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Hello, and you are all kindly invited to the launch of the new publication
“Just Transformations: grassroots struggles for alternative futures”
in which co-authors from Argentina, India, Turkey, Belgium, Canada, Bolivia, England, Venezuela and Lebanon will share the results of the ACKnowl_EJ (Academic and Activist Co-produced Knowledge of Environmental Justice) Project. ACKnowl-EJ was one of the first three Transformations to Sustainability (T2S) international research projects funded by the International Science Council (ISC).
Edited by Iokiñe Rodriguez, Mariana Walter and Leah temper, with from contributions from a wide variety of co-authors, including Ashish Kothari, Begüm Özkaynak, Ethemcan Turhan, Cem İskender Aydın, Arpita Lulla, Mirna Inturias, Rania Masri, Lena Weber, Jérôme Pelenc, Meenal Tatpati, Mukesh Shende, Shruti Ajit, Aguilar, Neema Pathak Broome, Shrishtee Bajpai and Jen Golby among others.
Date: December 12, 2023
Time: 12 pm UTC-GMT /12 pm UK/1 pm Spain/ 5.30 pm India/9 am Argentina
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81704189296
Translation into Spanish will be available
The Just Transformations book can be downloaded free here: https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/77032
The climate crisis is the greatest existential threat humanity faces today. The need for a radical societal transformation in the interests of social justice and ecological sustainability has never been greater. But where can we turn to find systemic alternatives?
From India, Turkey and Bolivia, to Venezuela, Canada and Lebanon, Just Transformations looks to local environmental struggles for the answers. With each case study grounded in the social movements and specific politics of the region in question, this volume investigates the role that resistance movements play in bringing about sustainable transformations, the strategies and tools they utilise to overcome barriers, and how academics and grassroots activists can collaborate effectively.
The book provides a toolkit for scholar-activists who want to build transformative visions with communities. Interrogating each case study for valuable lessons, the contributors develop a conceptualisation of a just transformation that focuses on the changes that communities themselves are trying to produce.
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Two Children’s Books ‘Chitty – A Dog and Her Farm’ and ‘The Miracle on Sunderbaag Street’ have been translated and published in Marathi and Hindi by Eklavya.
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A festival celebrating the nutritious wild vegetavles of Bhimashankar to reconnect the link between community and biodiversity health. Join Van Bhojan to celebrate the spirit of the forest; reviving local biodiversity-based cultural activities and festivals and facilitating informal and formal village discussions on these subjects.
On 17 September 2023 at Bhorgiri, Bhimashankar.
For more details see the attached poster.